1 edition of Examples of metal-work & jewellery selected from the Royal and other collections found in the catalog.
Examples of metal-work & jewellery selected from the Royal and other collections
|Other titles||Metal work & jewellery., Art treasures of the United Kingdom from the Art Treasures Exhibition, Manchester.|
|Statement||edited by J. B. Waring ; chromo-lithographed by F. Bedford ; drawings on wood by R. C. Dudley ; with an essay by M. Digby Wyatt ...|
|Contributions||Waring, J. B. 1823-1875., Bedford, Francis, 1816-1894., Dudley, Robert, fl. 1857-1893., Wyatt, M. Digby Sir, 1820-1877., Day & Son., Cox and Wyman, Leighton, Son and Hodge,|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 18-48 p., , 17 leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||48|
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The income from your ticket contributes directly to The Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity. The aims of The Royal Collection Trust are the care and conservation of the Royal Collection, and the promotion of access and enjoyment through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational activities.
Published to celebrate the forthcoming Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II—as well as a special exhibition planned for Buckingham Palace in —Diamonds: A Jubilee Celebration explores the undeniable appeal of diamonds and the many royal uses to which they have been applied throughout the precious stones have long played a part in royal ceremonies and gift-giving, and /5(61).
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The Queen’s Diamonds takes readers on a tour of the magnificent royal inheritance of diamonds from Queen Adelaide in the s to the present day. The book features more than seventy awe-inspiring pieces of jewelry from one of the finest collections in the world. With three hundred full-color photographs—many newly commissioned for the book—the dazzling display ranges from the /5().
The book explores the varied styles, techniques and materials used to make jewelry in many civilizations throughout the world and across the millennia.
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John Webb Singer (23 February May ) was an English businessman who created a substantial art foundry in Frome, Somerset, known for its statuary and ecclesiastical had assembled immense collections of antique jewellery, rings, wine glasses, snuffboxes, stamps. He took a prominent part in both local and national politics, serving on the Local Board and its successor the.
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