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view Linwood, Mathew MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1808-05-28 1807-05-29 1807-1808 (made) Silver, Birmingham hallmarks for 1807-8, mark of Matthew Linwood. Height: 0.875 in, Length: 1.875 in 104 2014-08-29T19:18:00.000Z 2014-08-29T19:18:00.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 Birmingham hallmarks for 1807-8 Mark of Matthew Linwood 'PORT' Silver Silver M.202-1944 m2021944 O123916 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the word PORT. Silver, oblong with rounded ends, gadrooned edge and chain... Birmingham The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-linwood-mathew 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1808 1807 view
view Cheshire, C.H. MET P.J. Cropper Bequest 1887-05-28 1886-05-29 1886-1887 (made) Bottle ticket, 'MARSALA', silver, Birmingham hallmarks for 1886-7, mark of C.H. Cheshire (probably). Height: 0.75 in, Length: 1.75 in 259 2014-08-29T19:19:16.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:16.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 Birmingham hallmarks for 1886-7. Mark: CC, probably for C.H. Cheshire 'MARSALA' Silver Silver, engraved M.1274-1944 m12741944 O123253 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the word MARSALA. Silver, engraved, cut out foliated capitals; chain attached. Birmingham The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-cheshire-ch 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z engraving (incising) 1887 1886 view
view Chamberlain, John Henry FWK Given by the Kenrick family and Birmingham City Council 1878-12-31 1877-01-01 1877-78 (made) Height: 236 cm, Width: 190 cm, Depth: 60 cm This hanging cabinet was designed by the architect, J.H. Chamberlain, for the hall of The Grove,... 344 2014-08-29T19:19:44.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:44.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 [] W.4A/1-1964 w4a11964 O121719 Hanging cabinet Birmingham Unique 3 hanging-cabinet-chamberlain-john-henry 2013-09-11T00:00:00.000Z 1878 1877 view
view World's Wear Ltd. T&F 1936-12-08 1936-12-08 08/12/1936 (made) Printed Cotton, World's Wear Ltd., Birmingham, 1936 Width: 20 cm, Length: 89 cm 490 2014-08-29T19:20:32.000Z 2014-08-29T19:20:32.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 '368538' cotton Printed cotton T.488-2002 t4882002 O77048 Sample Printed cotton. Leaf green ground with Babar the Elephant's wedding in grey with red and white... Birmingham 2 sample-worlds-wear-ltd 2014-08-20T00:00:00.000Z printing 1936 1936 view
view Willmore, Joseph MET P.J. Cropper Bequest 1831-05-28 1830-05-29 1830-1831 (made) Silver, Birmingham hallmarks for 1830-30, mark of Joseph Willmore. Height: 1 in, Length: 1 in 532 2014-08-29T19:20:45.000Z 2014-08-29T19:20:45.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 Mark of Joseph Willmore Birmingham hallmarks for 1830-31 R Silver Silver M.1155-1944 m11551944 O110126 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket in the form of a Roman capital R. Silver, modelled with cherubs' heads and leaves,... Birmingham Bottle tickets identified the contents of a bottle or decanter, which might alternatively contain... 3 bottle-ticket-willmore-joseph 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1831 1830 view
view Unite, George MET P.J. Cropper Bequest 1843-05-28 1842-05-29 1842-1843 (made) Silver bottle ticket, Birmingham hallmarks for 1842-3, mark of George Unite. Height: 1 in, Length: 1 in 883 2014-08-29T19:22:34.000Z 2014-08-29T19:22:34.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 Birmingham hallmarks for 1842-3 Mark of George Unite Silver Silver with a granulated surface M.1214-1944 m12141944 O126146 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the letter T. Silver in the form of a Roman capital with granulated capital... Birmingham The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-unite-george 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z granulation 1843 1842 view
view Linwood, Mathew MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1809-05-28 1808-05-29 1808-1809 (made) Silver, Birmingham hallmarks for 1808-9, mark of Matthew Linwood. Height: 1.5 in, Length: 2.5 in 907 2014-08-29T19:22:42.000Z 2014-08-29T19:22:42.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 Birmingham hallmarks for 1808-9 Mark of Matthew Linwood W.PORT Silver Silver, embossed M.914-1944 m9141944 O137875 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the letters W.PORT. Silver, ribbon supported by two Bacchanalian boys with... Birmingham The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-linwood-mathew 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z embossing 1809 1808 view
view 2006am7992 jpg s Jennens & Bettridge Jones, Yvonne, <i>Japanned Papier-Mâché and Tinware c. 1740-1940</i>. Woodbridge, Antique... FWK Given by Messrs Jennens & Bettridge 1851-12-31 1851-01-01 1851 (made) Height: 15.5 cm, Width: 23 cm, Depth: 22 cm Shanghai Expo, World Expo Museum, Shanghai British Galleries, room 125c Shown at the Great Exhibition 1851 and purchased directly from the exhibition 1334 British Galleries: The lobed shape and coloured floral decoration with bands of repeating pattern... 2014-08-29T19:24:34.000Z 2014-08-29T19:24:34.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 125c, case 1 -1.9086 Impressed 'Jennens & Bettridge, Makers to the Queen' with a crown above Painted papier-mâché 37:1, 2-1852 371852 O48608 Tea caddy true A tea caddy of papier-mâché, of octagonal form, with the smaller sides concave, the whole rounded... Birmingham 2006AM7992 Object Type Tea caddies were used to store loose tea leaves. They were placed on the tea table... 3 VA tea-caddy-jennens-bettridge 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z , 1851 1851 view
view George Bacchus and Sons CER 1858-12-31 1849-01-01 ca. 1854 (made) Goblet, ruby and clear glass, possibly made by George Bacchus & Sons, England (possibly... Height: 22.9 cm, Width: 9.5 cm maximum Glass, room 131 1963 2014-08-29T19:27:04.000Z 2014-08-29T19:27:04.000Z 52.478588 Glass, room 131, case 79, shelf 1 -1.9086 Ruby and clear glass 1192-1854 11921854 O196 Goblet true Goblet, ruby and clear glass. Birmingham 3 VA goblet-george-bacchus-and 2014-01-06T00:00:00.000Z 1858 1849 view
view George Bacchus and Sons CER 1858-12-31 1849-01-01 ca. 1854 (made) Goblet, ruby and clear glass, engraved, possibly made by George Bacchus & Sons, England (possibly... Height: 18.7 cm, Width: 10.0 cm maximum Glass, room 131 1965 2014-08-29T19:27:04.000Z 2014-08-29T19:27:04.000Z 52.478588 Glass, room 131, case 79, shelf 2 -1.9086 Ruby and clear glass, engraved 1193-1854 11931854 O198 Goblet true Goblet, ruby and clear glass, engraved. Birmingham 3 VA goblet-george-bacchus-and 2014-07-18T00:00:00.000Z 1858 1849 view
view George Bacchus and Sons B. Morris, Victorian Table Glass and Ornaments, London 1978; pl. 45 CER 1858-12-31 1849-01-01 ca. 1854 (made) Wine glass, made by George Bacchus & Sons, England (Birmingham), 1850-1854 Height: 13.3 cm, Width: 9.2 cm maximum 1967 2014-08-29T19:27:04.000Z 2014-08-29T19:27:04.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 Glass with enamel-twist stem 1195-1854 11951854 O200 Wine glass Wine glass with enamel-twist stem Birmingham 3 wine-glass-george-bacchus-and 2014-01-06T00:00:00.000Z 1858 1849 view
view George Bacchus and Sons CER 1854-12-31 1854-01-01 1854 (made) Vase, glass, made by George Bacchus & Sons, England (Birmingham), 1854 Height: 18.4 cm, Width: 8 cm maximum Glass, room 131 1969 Purchased from the factory in 1854 for 16/- (= 80p). This is an early example of British... 2014-08-29T19:27:05.000Z 2014-08-29T19:27:05.000Z 52.478588 Glass, room 131, case 24, shelf 2 -1.9086 Ice-glass, with inclusions 1198-1854 11981854 O202 Vase true Vase, ice-glass, with inclusions Birmingham 3 VA vase-george-bacchus-and 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1854 1854 view
view 2006am3419 jpg s George Bacchus and Sons B. Morris, Victorian Table Glass and Ornaments, London 1978; pl. 45) CER 1851-12-31 1849-01-01 1849-1851 (made) Wine glass, engraved, with twisted, coloured threads in the stem, probably made by George Bacchus... Height: 13 cm, Diameter: 9.5 cm maximum, Diameter: 6.8 cm base British Galleries, room 122f Made by George Bacchus and Sons, Birmingham 2749 British Galleries: TWO WINE GLASSES engraved with Exhibition motifs<br> Apsley Pellat, the famous... 2014-08-29T19:29:12.000Z 2014-08-29T19:29:12.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 122f, case 4 -1.9086 Clear glass, engraved, with twisted, coloured threads in the stem 4449-1901 44491901 O1038 Wine glass true Wine Glass; clear glass, engraved & with twisted, coloured enamel threads in the stem. Wide,... Birmingham 2006AM3419 Object Type This glass, probably for champagne, is in the 'Anglo-Venetian' style popularised by... 3 VA wine-glass-george-bacchus-and 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1851 1849 view
view George Bacchus and Sons B. Morris, Victorian Table Glass and Ornaments, London 1978; pl. 45 CER 1858-12-31 1849-01-01 ca. 1854 (made) Wine glass, made by George Bacchus & Sons, England (Birmingham), 1850-1854 Height: 11.7 cm, Width: 9.2 cm maximum 3177 2014-08-29T19:30:21.000Z 2014-08-29T19:30:21.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 Engraved 581-1854 5811854 O1504 Wine glass Wine glass, engraved. Birmingham 3 wine-glass-george-bacchus-and 2014-01-06T00:00:00.000Z 1858 1849 view
view 2014hb9227 jpg s F. & C. Osler Barbara Morris, Victorian Tableglass & Ornaments, London 1978, pp. 45, 48, pl. 26 Our busts... CER 1850-12-31 1845-01-01 1845-50 (made) Bust, England (Birmingham), made by F. & C. Osler, 1845-50 Height: 25.5 cm, Width: 15.0 cm maximum, Depth: 11.5 cm (Yale Center for British Art 11/9/14-30/11/14) Glass, room 131 Copies of these glass busts of Victoria and Albert were shown by F. & C. Olsper at the Great... 3831 2014-08-29T19:32:02.000Z 2014-08-29T19:32:02.000Z 52.478588 Glass, room 131, case 53 -1.9086 moulded glass, with roughened surface C.113-1965 c1131965 O2200 Bust true The bust was produced by mould-blowing and then given a textured surface by grinding and abrading. Birmingham 2014HB9227 3 VA queen-victoria-bust-f-c-osler 2014-06-12T00:00:00.000Z Queen Victoria 1850 1845 view
view F. & C. Osler Barbara Morris, Victorian Tableglass & Ornaments, London 1978, pp. 45, 48, pl. 26 Our busts... CER 1850-12-31 1845-01-01 1845-50 (made) Bust, England (Birmingham), made by F. & C. Osler, 1845-50 Height: 24.5 cm, Width: 14.5 cm maximum, Depth: 9 cm Glass, room 131 Copies of these glass busts of Victoria and Albert were shown by F. & C. Olsper at the Great... 3840 2014-08-29T19:32:03.000Z 2014-08-29T19:32:03.000Z 52.478588 Glass, room 131, case 53 -1.9086 'Published by F. & C. Osler, 44 Oxford Street, London, May 1st 1845' inscribed moulded glass, with roughened surface C.114-1965 c1141965 O2209 Bust true The bust was produced by mould-blowing and then given a textured surface by grinding and abrading. Birmingham 3 VA prince-albert-bust-f-c-osler 2014-01-06T00:00:00.000Z Prince Albert 1850 1845 view
view Opnaim, Mayer CER 1779-12-31 1770-01-01 ca. 1775 (made) Glass Vase, England (possibly Birmingham), possibly made by Mayer Opnaim's Glasshouse, 1770-1790. Height: 12.1 cm, Width: 10.5 cm maximum 5680 2014-08-29T19:37:15.000Z 2014-08-29T19:37:15.000Z 52.478588 In Storage -1.9086 Red glass, partly opaque C.30-1966 c301966 O4171 Vase Red glass, partly transparent, partly opaque Birmingham 3 vase-opnaim-mayer 2014-01-06T00:00:00.000Z 1779 1770 view
view 2006an2542 jpg s Redgrave, Richard (CB, RA, ARA) Jones, Yvonne, <i>Japanned Papier-Mâché and Tinware c. 1740-1940</i>. Woodbridge, Antique... FWK 1865-12-31 1865-01-01 1865 (made) 1847 (designed) Wine tray Height: 40 cm, Width: 72.5 cm, Depth: 4 cm British Galleries, room 122g Other examples of the wine tray survive. One, of the same design, stamped by Jennens & Bettridge... Designed by Richard Redgrave CB, RA (born in London, 1804, died there in 1888) for Felix... 6021 British Galleries: WINE TRAY AND DECANTER<br> This tray was specifically described as being... 2014-08-29T19:38:22.000Z 2014-08-29T19:38:22.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 122g, case 2 -1.9086 Papier-mâché, japanned and gilded, with appliqué of mother-of-pearl 132-1865 1321865 O77394 Tray true Birmingham 2006AN2542 Object Type Shaped trays were popular with the Victorians as they combined new designs with a... 3 VA tray-redgrave-richard-cb 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1865 1865 view
view 2006am8127 jpg s Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore MET 1851-12-31 1851-01-01 1851 (made) Chalice shown at the Great Exhibition of 1851, designed by A.W.N. Pugin and made by Hardman &... Height: 26 cm, Diameter: 18.5 cm base, Diameter: 12.8 cm cup A Grand Design - The Art of the Victoria and Albert Museum (Victoria & Albert Museum 12/10/1999-16/01/2000) British Galleries, room 122e Designed by A.W.N. Pugin (born in London, 1812, died in Ramsgate, Kent, 1852); made by Hardman &... 6024 British Galleries: Large international exhibitions gave ecclesiastical designers and... 2014-08-29T19:38:23.000Z 2014-08-29T19:38:23.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 122e, case 8 -1.9086 The translated inscription reads 'I will take this chalice of salvation and will call upon the... Silver, parcel gilt, with champlevé enamels and garnets 1327-1851 13271851 O77395 Chalice true Birmingham 2006AM8127 Object Type A chalice is a cup used to contain wine at the most important act of worship of the... 3 VA chalice-pugin-augustus-welby 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1851 1851 view
view 2006am1528 jpg s Boulton, Matthew Stemp, Sinty, "Ornamental or Useful: A Cut Steel Chatelaine by Boulton and Wedgwood", <u>The... MET 1779-12-31 1770-01-01 ca. 1775 (made) Boy's sword, manufactured by Matthew Boulton at the Soho Factory, Birmingham, ca.1775 Length: 60.5 cm approx., Width: 7.3 cm hilt, approx., Depth: 5 cm hilt, approx. British Galleries, room 118e Manufactured by Matthew Boulton (born in Birmingham, 1728, died there in 1809) during his... 6467 British Galleries: Boys wore skirts until they reached the age of eight or nine. They were then... 2014-08-29T19:39:47.000Z 2014-08-29T19:39:47.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 118e, case 2 -1.9086 Faceted steel and copper wire 141-1889 1411889 O77406 Sword true Birmingham 2006AM1528 Object Type In the past children were dressed as small adults. As a result small, light versions... 3 VA sword-boulton-matthew 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1779 1770 view