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view Unknown MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1829-12-31 1820-01-01 ca. 1825 (made) Silver, no marks, England ca.1825. Height: 1.75 in, Length: 2.5 in 316 2014-08-29T19:19:35.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:35.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 No marks MADEIRA Silver Silver, embossed M.940-1944 m9401944 O137887 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the word MADEIRA. Silver, scroll-work with a border of vines and above, a... England The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z embossing 1829 1820 view
view Unknown MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1829-12-31 1820-01-01 ca. 1825 (made) Silver, no marks, ca.1825 Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2.25 in 319 2014-08-29T19:19:36.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:36.000Z 52.883289 In Storage -1.97685 No marks PORT Silver Silver, embossed M.922-1944 m9221944 O137883 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the word PORT (pierced lettering). Silver, ribbon supported by two... England The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z piercing, embossing 1829 1820 view
view Elliott, William MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1818-05-28 1817-05-29 1817-1818 (made) Silver, London, hallmarks for 1817-18, mark of William Elliot Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2.25 in 320 2014-08-29T19:19:36.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:36.000Z 51.506321 In Storage -0.12714 London hallmarks for 1817-18 Mark of William Elliot CHAMPAGNE Silver Silver, embossed M.920-1944 m9201944 O137881 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the word CHAMPAGNE. Silver, ribbon supported by two Bacchanalian boys with... London The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-elliott-william 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z embossing 1818 1817 view
view Drinkwater, Sandylands MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1790-12-31 1750-01-01 1750-1790 (made) Silver, London, no hallmarks, ca.1750-90, mark of Sandylands Drinkwater. Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2.25 in 321 2014-08-29T19:19:36.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:36.000Z 51.506321 In Storage -0.12714 No hallmarks Mark of Sandylands Drinkwater BURGUNDY Silver Silver, embossed M.919-1944 m9191944 O137880 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the word BURGUNDY (pierced lettering). Silver, ribbon supported by two... London The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-drinkwater-sandylands 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z piercing, embossing 1790 1750 view
view Drinkwater, Sandylands MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1790-12-31 1750-01-01 1750-1790 (made) Silver, London, no hallmarks, mark of Sandylands Drinkwater. Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2.25 in 322 2014-08-29T19:19:37.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:37.000Z 51.506321 In Storage -0.12714 No hallmarks Mark of Sandylands Drinkwater BRANDY Silver Silver, embossed M.918-1944 m9181944 O137879 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the word BRANDY. Silver, ribbon supported by two Bacchanalian boys with... London The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-drinkwater-sandylands 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z embossing 1790 1750 view
view Unknown MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1829-12-31 1820-01-01 ca. 1825 (made) Sheffield plate, Sheffield?, ca.1825. Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2.25 in 323 2014-08-29T19:19:37.000Z 2014-08-29T19:19:37.000Z 53.38311 In Storage -1.464544 No marks MADEIRA Sheffield plate Sheffield plate, laminate of silver fused to copper core M.917-1944 m9171944 O137878 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket (one of a pair) with the word MADEIRA. Sheffield plate, a ribbon supported by two... Sheffield The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z embossing 1829 1820 view
view Thomas Phipps, James Phipps II and Edward Robinson II MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1814-12-31 1805-01-01 ca. 1810 (made) Silver, London hallmarks (incomplete) for ca.1810, mark of Phipps, Robinson and Phipps. Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2.25 in 528 2014-08-29T19:20:44.000Z 2014-08-29T19:20:44.000Z 51.506321 In Storage -0.12714 London hallmarks (incomplete) for ca. 1810 Mark of Phipps, Robinson and Phipps. SHERRY Silver Silver, embossed and pierced M.915-1944 m9151944 O137876 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket with the word SHERRY (pierced lettering). Silver, ribbon supported by two... London The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-thomas-phipps-james 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z piercing, embossing 1814 1805 view
view Unknown MET P. J. Cropper Bequest 1829-12-31 1820-01-01 ca. 1825 (made) Sheffield plate, Sheffield?, ca.1825. Height: 1.25 in, Length: 2.25 in 764 2014-08-29T19:21:55.000Z 2014-08-29T19:21:55.000Z 53.38311 In Storage -1.464544 No marks PORT Sheffield plate Sheffield plate, laminate of silver fused to copper core M.916-1944 m9161944 O137877 Bottle ticket Bottle ticket (one of a pair) with the word PORT. Sheffield plate, a ribbon supported by two... Sheffield The history of bottle tickets provides a fascinating insight into English eating, drinking and... 3 bottle-ticket-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z embossing 1829 1820 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 2006am5170 jpg s A.B. Savory and Sons Turner, Eric <u>An Introduction to English Silver from 1660</u>, London, HMSO, 1985. p.28. ill. MET 1849-05-28 1848-05-29 1848-1849 (made) Hartlepool Regatta Trophy Height: 30.2 cm, Width: 17.5 cm across handle and spout, Diameter: 14.2 cm British Galleries, room 122g Mark of J & A Savory (A. B. Savory & Sons), London Acquisition RF: 59 / 3266 Purchase - £48 . 10... 9032 British Galleries: Sporting trophies are traditionally highly decorated. The shape of this one is... 2014-08-29T19:49:02.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:02.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 122g, case 6 -0.12714 Inscribed 'HARTLEPOOL REGATTA 1848' London hallmarks for 1848-9 Mark of AB Savory and Sons Silver Silver, with embossed and applied decoration CIRC.324-1959 circ3241959 O78049 Trophy true Sailing trophy in the form of a ewer. Four cast feet, cast handle and finial (man holding... London 2006AM5170 Object Type This ewer or jug was a sporting trophy awarded for skill in sailing and was presented... 3 VA trophy-ab-savory-and 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z raising, chasing, embossing 1849 1848 view
view 2006am0679 jpg s J. T. Wood PDP Given by Miss P. Parr 1861-12-31 1861-01-01 1861 (made) Memorial card for Prince Albert. Sacred to the memory of H. R. H. Prince Albert Height: 7.6 cm unframed, Width: 11.6 cm unframed British Galleries, room 125b Printed and published by J.T. Wood, London. R.P. No. 92/2405 9192 British Galleries: MEMORIAL CARDS<br> Embossed mourning cards were produced in quantity from the... 2014-08-29T19:49:46.000Z 2014-08-29T19:49:46.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 125b, case 1 -0.12714 J. T. WOOD,] Sacred to the Memory of / H.R.H. PRINCE ALBERT, / Consort of Her Majesty, Queen... paper, card, printing ink Embossed and pierced card, with letterpress and lithography. E.427-1993 e4271993 O78216 Memorial card true Embossed and pierced cream card featuring a pitched roof with trefoil decoration in the eaves,... London 2006AM0679 Dated 1861 Object Type This card is a memorial card. It has the black painted border which commonly occurred... 3 VA memorial-card-j-t-wood 2014-08-21T00:00:00.000Z lithography, embossing, letterpress 1861 1861 view
view 2006ar1193 jpg s Vianen, Christiaen van Philippa Glanville, Silver in Tudor and Early Stuart England (V&A Publishing, 1990), pp.472-3. MET Given by Sir John Ramsden 1635-12-31 1635-01-01 1635 (made) Van Vianen 'Dolphin Basin Height: 49 cm, Width: 30 cm maximum, Depth: 8 cm maximum, Weight: 1629 g Treasures of the Royal Courts: Tudors, Stuarts and the Russian Tsars (Victoria & Albert Museum) The Golden Age of the English Court: From Henry VIII to Charles I (Moscow Kremlin Museums 24 Oct 2012-27 Jan 2013) British Galleries, room 56e Made in London by Christiaen van Vianen (born in Utrecht, The Netherlands, about 1598, possibly... 9266 British Galleries: Charles I kept silver by van Vianen in his cabinet rooms along with his... 2014-08-29T19:50:07.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:07.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 56e, case 10 -0.12714 Signed by Christiaen Van Vianen (1600 or 1605-1667) - Engraved on the underside C.d. Vianen... Silver Silver, burnished, embossed and chased M.1-1918 m11918 O78430 Basin true The dish has a raised, wavy undulating rim in the form of two dolphins, the heads of which come... London 2006AR1193 Signed and dated 1635 Object Type This basin and a now lost ewer were used for rosewater. They would have been brought... 3 va the-dolphin-basin-basin-vianen-christiaen-van 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z raising, chasing, embossing, Burnishing The Dolphin Basin 1635 1635 view
view 2006an9907 jpg s Knox, Archibald Greenhalgh, Paul Ed., <font u>Art Nouveau : 1890 - 1914</font u>. London: V&A Publications, 2000.... MET 1904-05-28 1903-05-29 1903-1904 (hallmarked) Silver inlaid with opals, Birmingham 1903-4, mark of Liberty and Company (Cymric) Ltd. Height: 11.8 cm, Width: 21.4 cm, Depth: 12.2 cm Art Nouveau - 1890-1914 (Victoria & Albert Museum 06/04/2000-30/07/2000) British Galleries, room 125g Mrs Wren purchased the casket from Liberty and Company in 1953, Designed for Liberty & Co., London, by Archibald Knox (born in Cronkbourne, Tromode, Isle of Man,... 9287 British Galleries: The design for this box, for Liberty & Co's 'Cymric' range of silver, was... 2014-08-29T19:50:14.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:14.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 125g, case 8 -1.9086 Maker's mark of Liberty & Co. (Cymric) Ltd. Birmingham hallmarks for 1903-4 Silver, opal, cedarwood Silver, with cedarwood lining, embossed and inlaid with opal matrix M.15-1970 m151970 O78452 Cigarette box true Silver casket of rectangular form, cedarwood lining with two interior partitions. The front half... Birmingham 2006AN9907 Object Type This box was intended to store either cigarettes or cigars and was part of the range... 3 VA cymric-cigarette-box-knox-archibald 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z embossing Cymric 1904 1903 view
view 2006am2070 jpg s Huntley, Boorne & Stevens Michael Franklin, <u>British Biscuit Tins</u>, London, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1984, ISBN.... MET Given by M. J. Franklin 1903-12-31 1903-01-01 1903 (made) 'Syrian' biscuit tin, tinplate with offset lithography printing, M.J. Franklin Collection of... Height: 16.6 cm, Width: 18.9 cm British Galleries, room 125b Manufactured by Huntley, Boorne & Stevens for Huntley & Palmers, both in Reading, Berkshire 9364 British Galleries: Decorative and imaginative tins were used by Victorian manufacturers to sell... 2014-08-29T19:50:35.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:35.000Z 51.453522 British Galleries, room 125b, case 2 -0.96301 tinplate Tin-plate, offset litho printed with embossing M.297-1983 m2971983 O78534 Biscuit tin true Biscuit tin made of tinplate, offset litho printed and embossed in the form of an hexagonal,... Reading 2006AM2070 The British biscuit tin came about when the Licensed Grocer's Act of 1861 allowed groceries to be... 3 VA syrian-mj-franklin-collection-of-biscuit-tin-huntley-boorne-stevens 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z embossing, offset lithography Syrian; M.J. Franklin Collection of British Biscuit Tins 1903 1903 view
view 2006an9300 jpg s Catterson-Smith, Robert <u>The image of Christ: the catalogue of the exhibition Seeing Salvation</u>, National Gallery... MET Given by the Trustees of the Rochester and Southwark Diocesan Deaconess's House 1897-12-31 1897-01-01 1897 (made) Altar cross with IHS and crown Height: 115 cm, Width: 77 cm, Depth: 4.5 cm Seeing Salvation: The Image of Christ (The National Gallery 26/02/2000-07/05/2000) Victorian Church Art (Victoria and Albert Museum 01/01/1971-31/12/1972) British Galleries, room 122e Summarised accounts for six buildings designed and erected by Webb between 13 May 1887 and 19... According to W,R, Lethaby, <u>Philip Webb and His Work</u>, 1935, p.189, the cross was made to... 9379 British Galleries: Isabella Gilmore, the sister of the designer William Morris, was a Deaconess... 2014-08-29T19:50:39.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:39.000Z 52.478588 British Galleries, room 122e, case 8 -1.9086 No hallmarks wood, Silver Wood, covered with silver plates, chased and embossed. M.34-1970 m341970 O78555 Cross true Cross, wood, covered with silver plates. Shaped arms, edged with a moulding, embossed with a... Birmingham 2006AN9300 Object Type This altar cross has a distinctive design. The embossed almond forms are reminiscent... 3 VA cross-catterson-smith-robert 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z chasing, embossing 1897 1897 view
view 2006at6939 jpg s Unknown Philippa Glanville and Sophie Lee, eds., <u>The Art of Drinking</u>, V&A Publications, London,... MET Offered in Lieu of Tax by the Croome Estate Trust on behalf of the Earls of Coventry 1627-05-18 1626-05-19 1626-1627 (made) The Lord Keeper's Cup Height: 70 cm, Diameter: 21.9 cm, Diameter: 17.5 cm foot, Weight: 3826.2 g Cup and cover, Weight: 123.1 troy Cup and cover Treasures of the Royal Courts: Tudors, Stuarts and the Russian Tsars (Victoria & Albert Museum) The Golden Age of the English Court: From Henry VIII to Charles I (Moscow Kremlin Museums 24 Oct 2012-27 Jan 2013) Treasures of Croome Revealed (Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum 07/05/2005-09/07/2005) British Galleries, room 56e This cup is the earlier of a pair of standing seal cups and covers commissioned by Thomas... 9433 British Galleries: This covered cup was made from one of the obsolete Great Seals of James I. It... 2014-08-29T19:50:58.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:58.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 56e, case 6 -0.12714 London hallmarks for 1626-27 Mark; RB with a mullet below Latin, engraved round the rim of the... Silver, gold Silver gilt, chased and embossed M.59:1, 2-1993 m591993 O78609 Seal cup true A Charles 1 silver-gilt standing seal cup and cover made of James 1's Great Seal. It stands on a... London 2006AT6939 Object Type A highly ornamented standing cup would have been on display during a meal rather than... 3 va the-lord-keepers-seal-cup-seal-cup-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z raising, gilding, chasing, embossing The Lord Keeper's seal cup 1627 1626 view
view 2006am5177 jpg s Crespin, Paul Murdoch, Tessa,<u>Oxford Dictionary of National Biography</u>, under Crespin, Paul Schroder,... MET 1745-05-28 1744-05-29 1744-1745 (hallmarked) Chamber candlestick, silver, London hallmarks for 1744-45, mark of Paul Crespin Height: 18 cm, Width: 11 cm, Depth: 14.4 cm Princely Treasures: European Masterpieces 1600-1800 from the V&A (National Museum of Korea (Seoul) 02/05/2011-28/08/2011) British Galleries, room 53b Chamber candlesticks usually have a short stem and small nozzle, with a handle attached to the... Made in the London workshop of Paul Crespin (born in London 1694, died in Southampton,... 10647 British Galleries: Fine sculptural detail was a feature of much early Rococo silver, especially... 2014-08-29T19:56:27.000Z 2014-08-29T19:56:27.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 53b, case 2 -0.12714 'PC' in shaped reserve lion passant leopard's head crowned 'i' Silver Silver, embossed, cast, chased and engraved, originally gilt M.2-1980 m21980 O7756 Chamber candlestick. true Asymmetrical heart-shaped base with scrolling, bifurcated handle. A continuous raised scroll at... London 2006AM5177 Object Type Chamber candlesticks usually have a short stem and small nozzle, with a handle... 3 VA chamber-candlestick-crespin-paul 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z engraving (incising), casting, chasing, embossing 1745 1744 view
view 2006am8210 jpg s Unknown EAS 1586-12-31 1560-01-01 1560-1586 (made) Chinese porcelain ewer, mounted in silver-gilt, English 16th century Height: 25.6 cm, Width: 17.5 cm, Depth: 13 cm, Weight: 1.006 kg British Galleries, room 58d The details of the mounts (the stamps and the carefully cast thumb-piece) indicate a slightly... Porcelain made at Jingdezhen kilns in Jiangxi Province, China; mounts made in London 10650 British Galleries: LUXURY IMPORTED MATERIALS<br> Aristocrats and wealthy merchants used... 2014-08-29T19:56:28.000Z 2014-08-29T19:56:28.000Z 29.292999 British Galleries, room 58d, case 1 117.203308 Three trefoils slipped in a shaped shield Leopard's head crowned mark for London lion passant ... porcelain, sterling silver Porcelain, painted with underglaze blue, with gilt-metal mounts 7915-1862 79151862 O7758 Ewer true A Wan Li porcelain ewer with silver-gilt foot-ring, neck mount and lid; silver spout, lip and... Jingdezhen 2006AM8210 Some later 17th century additions; The goldsmith whose mark was three trefoils slipped (perhaps... Object Type This is a porcelain ewer of not especially high quality. It was made in Jingdezhen,... 3 VA ewer-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z piercing, engraving (incising), gilding, casting, chasing, embossing 1586 1560 view
view 2006am7863 jpg s Unknown MET Purchased with assistance from the Goldsmiths’ Company 1611-12-31 1610-01-01 1610-1611 (hallmarked) Silver ewer and basin, English, early 17th century [Ewer] Height: 317 mm, Width: 125 mm foot, Depth: 21 cm, Weight: 1287 g [Basin] Height: 44.5 cm, Width: 44.5 cm, Depth: 9 cm, Weight: 1658 g Treasures of the Royal Courts: Tudors, Stuarts and the Russian Tsars (Victoria & Albert Museum) The Golden Age of the English Court: From Henry VIII to Charles I (Moscow Kremlin Museums 24 Oct 2012-27 Jan 2013) English Silver from the 16th to the 20th Century (Muzej Primenjene Umetnosti 01/09/1980-31/10/1980) English Silver from the 16th to the 20th Century (The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts 01/10/1977-31/01/1978) English Silver from the 16th to the 20th Century (The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts 01/10/1977-31/01/1978) British Galleries, room 56e Possibly made for Sir Thomas Wilson (1560-1629) Hallmarked for London Historical significance:... 10655 Mermaid Ewer and Basin London; hallmark 1610-11, Silver. Maker's mark TB conjoined. The mermaid's... 2014-08-29T19:56:31.000Z 2014-08-29T19:56:31.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 56e, case 8 -0.12714 'TB' monogram Leopard's head crowned mark for London lion passant sterling standard 'n' ... sterling silver Silver, embossed and engraved M.10&A-1974 m101974 O7763 Ewer and basin true [Ewer] The body of the ewer is formed as a mermaid, supported by a stem and a foot formed as an... London 2006AM7863 Object Type A ewer and basin were used for the washing of hands during and after a meal.... 3 va the-mermaid-ewer-and-basin-ewer-and-basin-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z engraving (incising), raising, casting, chasing, embossing The Mermaid Ewer and Basin 1611 1610 view
view 2006al5354 jpg s Bodendick, Jacob MET Purchased with the assistance of the National Heritage Memorial Fund, the Hugh Phillips Bequest Fund and the Murray Bequest 1669-12-31 1660-01-01 ca. 1665 (made) Candlestick, silver, English, 17th century Height: 25 cm, Width: 23.6 cm, Depth: 23 cm Treasures for the Nation, The Work of the National Heritage Memorial Fund (British Museum 01/10/1988-28/02/1989) British Galleries, room 56d The Restoration coincided with a marked increase in the use of silver candlesticks, as part of... Made in London by Jacob Bodendick (born in Limberg an der Lahn, Germany, active in London about... 10658 These handsome candlesticks, richly chased with acanthus leaf, a popular motif in the mid-17th... 2014-08-29T19:56:32.000Z 2014-08-29T19:56:32.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 56d, case 11 -0.12714 'IB' above a crescent between two mullets within a shield monogram Silver Silver gilt, embossed and chased M.261&B-1984 m2611984 O7766 Candlestick true The sockets and drippans are formed as clustered columns, and the bases, which are richly chased... London 2006AL5354 Object Type Candlesticks were an essential part of every home at this time, used either with... 3 VA bodendick-candlestick-candlestick-bodendick-jacob 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z gilding, chasing, embossing Bodendick Candlestick 1669 1660 view