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Childs Dress Outfit
Traditional Scottish outfit for a child, British, 1870s
[Hat] Child's dress hat for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Waistcoat] Child's dress waistcoat for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Jacket] Child's dress jacket for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Kilt] Child's dress kilt for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Tartan] Child's dress tartan for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Sporran] Child's dress sporran for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
[Socks] Child's dress socks for a traditional Scottish kilt outfit, British, 1870s
Polyprop Armchair, designed by Robin Day, 1967, manufactured by Hille International Ltd, 1968, blue upholstery
Woo, China, lacquer, carved
Of red lacquer, carved overall with prunus sprays against a carved wave diaper ground. Metal base.
Plastic and metal belt buckle with paste decoration, France, 1920s
Circular button of metal and paste, designed by François Victor Hugo for Schiaparelli, France, 1939-1945
Circular button of metal and enamel, designed by François Victor Hugo for Schiaparelli, France, 1939-1945
Diadem headdress made from a mosaic of mirror, glass and resin set on a metal base, designed by Andrew Logan for Zandra Rhodes, London, 1981
Two-sided locket pendant with miniatures, enamel on gold, French school, ca. 1630-40
Oval portrait miniature, enamel on copper set within a gold frame, England, ca. 1730, by Christian Frederick Zincke.
Enamel miniature on copper of Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford, in a silver frame, England, ca. 1743, by Christian Frederick Zincke.
Enamel miniature on copper, in a silver frame set with rose cut diamonds, Paris, ca. 1785-90, by Jean-Baptite Weyler.
Enamel miniature on copper, in a brass alloy frame, Europe, ca.1720
Enamel miniature on copper of General Hatton, in a gold frame, Engalnd, ca.1730, by Noah Seaman.
Enamel miniature on copper probably of Sir William Morden, in a gold pendant frame, England, 1755, by Gervase Spencer.
Miniature with a gold, black and enamel frame, Germany ca.1660.
Enamel miniature on copper of Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, in a gilt-brass frame, England,1779, by Johann Heinrich Hurter.
Enamel miniature on copper of George Washington, in an ormolu frame, England, 1825, by Henry Pierce Bone.
Enamel miniature on gold, in a silver-copper alloy frame, Paris, 1645-50, by Paul Prieur.
Radio in the form of a chrome globe on a stand
Design model for the Biesse coffee pot designed by Pino Spagnolo and made by Frederico Guarneri.
Coffee pot with a grey, metal base moulded with three circular grooves around its circumference and with a sloping foot. The container is made out of clear perspex and the handle is made out of black plastic. The domed lid is made out of clear perspex and has a grey plastic handle treated to sparkle like the metal base.
[Lid] Lid in the form of a perspex dome with a dark grey plastic handle.
Stage property 'rose' and metal base used in A Dream of Roses and Butterflies, London Coliseum, 1911
Mechanical toy panda
Battery operated mechanical drinking panda made in Japan in the 1970s
Battery operated mechanical shoeshine panda made in Japan in the 1970s
White metal and paste 'diamond' pendant earring, one of a pair which is part of a parure worn by Kyra Vayne (1916-2001) in the title role of the opera Tosca.
Childs chafing dish
Design: plastic moulded to increase in depth towards the top end, with spring channel at the centre bottom and various holes and channels for the balls to pass through; metal base is flat except across centre where a `hill' is formed bearing the points numbers.
One of a pair of parcel gilt and enamelled silver candlesticks designed and made by Fred Rich, London, 1998
'Mark II' chair, polypropylene on a metal base, designed by Robin Day, manufactured by S. Hillie & Co. Ltd., from 1963.
Figure, Sweden, Ulrica Hydman-Vallien, for Kosta Boda glassworks, 1986-1986, C.106-1988 .
Nickel plated brass and milk coloured glass, Germany ca.1924, designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld and made in the Bauhaus workshops at Weimar.