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view 2006am7734 jpg s Ridley, William PDP 1814-12-31 1805-01-01 ca. 1810 (made) Trade card of William Coldwell of Sheffield Height: 8.5 cm, Width: 7.1 cm British Galleries, room 118e Etched and engraved by William Ridley (born in 1764, died in 1838), probably in London 6883 British Galleries: This trade card displays the whole range of metal manufacture in Sheffield,... 2014-08-29T19:41:08.000Z 2014-08-29T19:41:08.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -0.12714 Stipple etching and engraving, ink on paper 15399:3 153993 O77429 Trade card 1 London 2006AM7734 Object Type This object is a trade card. A trade card was an advertisement, as well as a business... 3 VA trade-card-ridley-william 2014-08-21T00:00:00.000Z 1814 1805 view
view 2006am5206 jpg s Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Mason, Shena (ed.).<u>Matthew Boulton: Selling What All the World Desires</u>. London and New... CER 1800-12-31 1785-01-01 1785-1800 (made) A set of twelve buttons, blue jasperware with a white relief, mounted in cut steel, made by... Diameter: 3.2 cm Matthew Boulton (Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery 01/06/2009-20/09/2009) British Galleries, room 118e Steel probably made in Birmingham; Jasper made at Josiah Wedgwood's factory, Etruria, Staffordshire 7410 British Galleries: The vogue for large buttons began in France and was taken up in England in the... 2014-08-29T19:42:58.000Z 2014-08-29T19:42:58.000Z 53.020081 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -2.206372 steel, Jasper ware Jasperware, mounted in cut steel 276 to N-1866 2761866 O77508 Buttons 1 Buttons of blue jasperware with white relief, mounted in cut steel. Etruria 2006AM5206 Object Type These buttons are for a man's formal coat. Large buttons became fashionable in the... 3 VA buttons-josiah-wedgwood-and 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1800 1785 view
view 2006am5206 jpg s Josiah Wedgwood and Sons CER 1800-12-31 1780-01-01 ca. 1785-1800 (made) Set of buttons, blue jasperware with white relief, mounted in cut steel, made by Josiah Wedgwood... Diameter: 1.8 cm British Galleries, room 118e The Jasper made at Josiah Wedgwood's factory, Etruria, Staffordshire; the steel probably made in... 7444 2014-08-29T19:43:05.000Z 2014-08-29T19:43:05.000Z 53.020081 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -2.206372 steel, Jasper ware Jasperware, mounted in cut steel 277 to K-1866 2771866 O77510 Buttons 1 Buttons of blue jasperware with white relief, mounted in cut steel. Etruria 2006AM5206 Object Type The buttons are from a set for a man's waistcoat. This would have been worn under a... 3 VA buttons-josiah-wedgwood-and 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1800 1780 view
view 2006am7460 jpg s J. Hobday MET Given by C. B. Farmer 1840-12-31 1830-01-01 1830-1840 (made) Candle snuffers Length: 19.4 cm, Width: 6 cm, Depth: 4.8 cm British Galleries, room 118e Made by the firm of J. Hobday, Birmingham 7527 British Galleries: This pair of snuffers is made in a complex way. The main structure and working... 2014-08-29T19:43:21.000Z 2014-08-29T19:43:21.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.9086 Marked 'WR' with a crown Close-plated iron or steel, with lead-filled silver 284-1899 2841899 O77520 Snuffers 1 Birmingham 2006AM7460 Object Type Snuffers were first invented to cut off and retain the burned wicks of candles when... 3 VA snuffers-j-hobday 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1840 1830 view
view 2006am3359 jpg s Schofield, John MET 1779-05-28 1778-05-29 1778-1779 (hallmarked) Silver, Sheffield hallmarks for 1778-9, mark of John Young & Co., overstruck by the mark of John... Height: 20.5 cm, Width: 8.5 cm, Depth: 8.5 cm, Weight: 387.8 g British Galleries, room 118e Made in Sheffield, probably by John Young & Co.; the mark overstruck by John Scofield of London... 7871 British Galleries: In the 1770s the Sheffield makers of fused plate transferred their... 2014-08-29T19:44:31.000Z 2014-08-29T19:44:31.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.464544 Sheffield hallmarks for 1778-9 Mark of John Young & Co., overstruck with that of the London... Silver Silver, stamped, chased and soldered 386A/1, 2-1871 3861871 O77574 Candlestick 1 Silver, fluted column enriched with chased foliage and garlands, supported on a square plinth,... Sheffield 2006AM3359 The maker's mark of John Young & Co., has been overstruck by that of John Schofield Object Type Candlesticks were essential domestic equipment. Before the 1780s, candles were the... 3 VA candlestick-schofield-john 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z soldering, chasing, stamping 1779 1778 view
view 2006am2967 jpg s Unknown CER Given by Sydney Vacher 1820-12-31 1810-01-01 1810-1820 (made) Height: 26.5 cm approx., Width: 25.5 cm, Depth: 11 cm approx. British Galleries, room 118e Made in Staffordshire 8830 British Galleries: The silver appearance of this coffee pot has been created by firing platinum... 2014-08-29T19:48:09.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:09.000Z 52.824749 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -2.02806 Earthenware, with platinum lustre C.125&A-1909 c1251909 O77841 Coffee pot 1 Staffordshire 2006AM2967 Object Type Earthenware coffee pots, whether creamware, pearlware or lustreware (all types of... 3 VA coffee-pot-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1820 1810 view
view 2006al4787 jpg s Josiah Wedgwood and Sons CER Bequeathed by Capt. H. B. Murray 1814-12-31 1805-01-01 ca. 1810 (made) Height: 8 cm approx., Width: 5.8 cm approx. British Galleries, room 118e Steel probably made in Birmingham; Jasper made at Josiah Wedgwood's factory, Etruria,... 8882 British Galleries: This buckle is probably one half of the fastening of a woman's belt. The... 2014-08-29T19:48:22.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:22.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.9086 Cut steel and Jasperware C.2606-1910 c26061910 O77895 Buckle 1 Birmingham 2006AL4787 Jasperware made at Josiah Wedgwood and Sons Ltd. in Etruria, steel from Birmingham Object Type The buckle has a single hook on the back, so it may have been one of a pair that... 3 VA buckle-josiah-wedgwood-and 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1814 1805 view
view 2006av6038 jpg s Unknown CER From the collection of the late Charles Storr Kennedy, given by Myles B. Kennedy 1775-12-31 1765-01-01 1765-1775 (made) Casket containing two tea canisters and a sugar box Height: 12.7 cm, Width: 20.95 cm, Depth: 12.06 cm [Tea caddy] Height: 10.16 cm, Width: 9.52 cm, Depth: 6.03 cm [Tea caddy] Height: 10.16 cm, Width: 9.52 cm, Depth: 6.03 cm British Galleries, room 118e Made in the West Midlands 8913 British Galleries: The making of large enamelled objects of this type was unusual for the West... 2014-08-29T19:48:31.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:31.000Z 52.50523 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.81541 Painted enamel on copper, with baize lining and gilt metal mounts C.424 to D-1914 c4241914 O77927 Casket 1 West Midlands 2006AV6038 Object Type This casket contains a box for sugar, and two canisters, one used for a green tea... 3 VA casket-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1765 view
view 2006an0874 jpg s Unknown CER From the collection of the late Charles Storr Kennedy, given by Myles B. Kennedy 1775-12-31 1765-01-01 1765-1775 (made) Height: 3.49 cm, Width: 8.25 cm, Depth: 6.35 cm British Galleries, room 118e Made in Birmingham or the West Midlands 8920 British Galleries: The enamelled copper technique was applied to snuffboxes from the 1740s. This... 2014-08-29T19:48:33.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:33.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.9086 Enamelled copper, with chased gilt-metal mounts C.470-1914 c4701914 O77934 Snuff box 1 Birmingham 2006AN0874 Object Type This box was almost certainly a portable container for snuff. Snuff was formed from... 3 VA snuff-box-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1765 view
view 2006am7682 jpg s Unknown CER From the collection of the late Charles Storr Kennedy, given by Myles B. Kennedy 1775-12-31 1765-01-01 1765-1775 (made) Height: 5.08 cm, Diameter: 6.98 cm British Galleries, room 118e Probably made in Bilston, West Midlands 8922 British Galleries: Novelty boxes of this type were typical of the 'toys' (meaning trifles or... 2014-08-29T19:48:33.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:33.000Z 52.566635 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -2.07449 Embossed copper, painted and lightly incised C.478-1914 c4781914 O77936 Bonbonniere 1 BONBONNIERE (box for small sweets) Bilston 2006AM7682 Object Type 'Bonbonnieres' were small boxes for comfits or sweets. Tiny lozenges flavoured with... 3 VA bonbonniere-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1765 view
view 2006am7416 jpg s Unknown CER From the collection of the late Charles Storr Kennedy, given by Myles B. Kennedy 1775-12-31 1765-01-01 1765-1775 (made) Depth: 22.86 cm British Galleries, room 118e Made in the West Midlands 8929 British Galleries: The enamel on this chatelaine uses decorative motifs from contemporary German... 2014-08-29T19:48:36.000Z 2014-08-29T19:48:36.000Z 52.50523 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.81541 Painted enamel on copper, with gilt-metal mounts and attachments C.492:1 to 7-1914 c4921914 O77943 Chatelaine 1 CHATELAINE (or set of accessories) West Midlands 2006AM7416 Object Type This type of waist-hung ornament is commonly called a chatelaine, but this term was... 3 VA chatelaine-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1775 1765 view
view Unknown Angus Patterson, "A Timely Acquisition: The V&A's Matthew Boulton Pattern Book, ca. 1779",... MET 1923-12-31 1923-01-01 1923 (made) Copper ingot with silver sheet before firing Height: 7 cm, Width: 6 cm, Depth: 4.5 cm British Galleries, room 118e Possibly made in Sheffield or Birmingham 9024 British Galleries: In the second stage of production sheet silver was placed on the copper ingot... 2014-08-29T19:49:00.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:00.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.464544 Copper alloyed with lead and zinc; sheet silver and iron wire CIRC.297B-1923 circ2971923 O78041 Ingot 1 Sheffield made as a display sample Object Type This is a demonstration sample of a Sheffield plate ingot at the stage just prior to... 2 VA ingot-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1923 1923 view
view Unknown MET 1923-12-31 1923-01-01 1923 (made) Height: 7 cm, Width: 6.2 cm, Depth: 4.4 cm British Galleries, room 118e Possibly made in Sheffield or Birmingham 9025 British Galleries: Fused or Sheffield plate was made by plating copper with a thin sheet of... 2014-08-29T19:49:00.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:00.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.464544 Copper alloyed with lead and zinc CIRC.298A-1923 circ2981923 O78042 Copper ingot 1 Sheffield made as a display sample Object Type This is a demonstration sample of a Sheffield plate ingot at the stage just prior to... 2 VA copper-ingot-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1923 1923 view
view Unknown MET 1925-12-31 1925-01-01 1925 (made) Copper block with silver fused on (Sheffield Plate ingot), Sheffield, ca. 1925 Height: 7 cm, Width: 6 cm, Depth: 4.5 cm British Galleries, room 118e Possibly made in Sheffield or Birmingham 9052 British Galleries: The copper ingot and wired-on silver were put in a coke-fired furnace and... 2014-08-29T19:49:06.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:06.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.464544 Copper alloyed with lead and zinc, plated with silver CIRC.475:2-1925 circ4751925 O78070 Ingot 1 Copper ingot with fused silver after firing Sheffield made as a display sample Object Type This is a demonstration sample of a Sheffield plate ingot at the stage just prior to... 2 VA ingot-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1925 1925 view
view 2006al3059 jpg s Unknown MET 1790-12-31 1780-01-01 1780-1790 (made) British Galleries, room 118e Made in Sheffield 9295 British Galleries: Pierced patterns made by using a saw were fashionable in silver at the time... 2014-08-29T19:50:16.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:16.000Z 53.38311 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.464544 [Sugar bowl] Sheffield plate (copper plated with silver) [Liner] Glass M.179:1, 2-1920 m1791920 O78462 Sugar bowl 1 Sheffield 2006AL3059 Object Type The sugar bowl, in a specialised form, began to appear in about 1690. By the latter... 3 VA sugar-bowl-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1790 1780 view
view Unknown Gorman, Cynthia, "Japanning on Metal: Recent Experiments", <u>Journal of the Antique Metalware... MET Given by Sir Trenchard Cox 1800-12-31 1790-01-01 1790-1800 (made) Japanned urn for hot chestnuts, Pontypool or Usk, 1790-1800 Height: 33 cm with cover, Width: 16.1 cm maximum British Galleries, room 118e Made in Pontypool,Torfaen or Usk, Monmouthshire 9319 British Galleries: The type of japanning used on this urn was first developed at Bilston in the... 2014-08-29T19:50:22.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:22.000Z 51.70372 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -2.90288 Pewter, cast, turned and japanned M.22:1, 2-1995 m221995 O78487 Urn 1 Usk Object Type This urn is one of a pair of hot chestnut urns, which were fashionable in the late... 3 VA urn-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1800 1790 view
view 2006am7468 jpg s Unknown MET Bequeathed by Miss Ethel Gurney 1809-12-31 1800-01-01 ca. 1805 (made) Nelson snuff box Height: 2.6 cm, Diameter: 7.5 cm British Galleries, room 118e Signed 'M&P FECIT' Made in England 9320 British Galleries: The use of hard steel dies made possible the production of a variety of... 2014-08-29T19:50:23.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:23.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.97685 Inscribed with the victories of Admiral Lord Nelson 'M&P FECIT' Stamped brass M.221-1939 m2211939 O78488 Snuff box 1 England 2006AM7468 Object Type This container held snuff, a form of powdered tobacco, which was pinched between the... 3 VA snuff-box-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1809 1800 view
view 2006am3011 jpg s Roberts, Cadman & Co. MET Wolseley Bequest 1850-12-31 1800-01-01 1800-1850 (made) Height: 25.14 cm with handle, Diameter: 12.7 cm British Galleries, room 118e Made in England by Roberts, Cadman & Co. 9328 British Galleries: This bowl is made of silver-plated wire. To make the wire, a copper bar was... 2014-08-29T19:50:25.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:25.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -1.97685 Sheffield plate (copper plated with silver) M.234-1920 m2341920 O78495 Bowl 1 England 2006AM3011 Object Type This hemispherical bowl, mounted on a circular foot, would have served either as a... 3 VA bowl-roberts-cadman-co 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1850 1800 view
view 2006am5176 jpg s Boulton, Matthew Stemp, Sinty, "Ornamental or Useful: A Cut Steel Chatelaine by Boulton and Wedgwood", <u>The... MET Pfungst Reavil Bequest 1789-12-31 1780-01-01 ca. 1785 (made) Chatelaine (a hanging set of personal accessories), cut steel, set with jasper-ware plaques,... Length: 28.6 cm British Galleries, room 118e Steel probably made in Birmingham; Jasper made at Josiah Wedgwood's factory, Etruria, Staffordshire 9340 British Galleries: Chatelaines, called 'equipages' in the 18th century, were hung with small... 2014-08-29T19:50:28.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:28.000Z 33.520295 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -86.811504 steel, Jasper Cut steel, set with Jasper plaques M.25-1969 m251969 O78508 Chatelaine 1 Soho (Birmingham) 2006AM5176 Object Type Chatelaines were hung from the belt and were used to carry useful everyday objects... 3 VA chatelaine-boulton-matthew 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1789 1780 view
view 2006am3564 jpg s Ballantine, William MET 1780-12-31 1779-01-01 1779-1780 (hallmarked) 1779-1780 (hallmarked) ca. 1790 (made) Pair of shoe buckles with case [Buckle] Length: 8.8 cm, Width: 6.8 cm, Depth: 1.2 cm [Buckle] Length: 8.8 cm, Width: 6.8 cm, Depth: 1.2 cm [Case] Height: 4.5 cm, Width: 20 cm British Galleries, room 118e Made in London by Mary Whitford & William Ballantine 9351 British Galleries: These buckles are made of cast silver but imitate more expensive examples made... 2014-08-29T19:50:31.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:31.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 118e, case 1 -0.12714 Silver and leather buckles; wooden case covered in shagreen (fish skin) with a paper trade label M.28:1 to 3-1998 m281998 O78521 Shoe buckles 1 London 2006AM3564 Object Type Shoe buckles made in cut and polished steel were a fashionable accessory at the end... 3 VA shoe-buckles-ballantine-william 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1780 1779 view