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Applied Art (NX1307)
Two fragments misfired and stuck together: on top, piece from centre of a dish painted in blue with a conical tree, leafy stems and an insect; on bottom, piece from centre of a plate painted with a red flower with blue and green leaves. Underrim markings to dish: II II.
Applied Art (NX998)
four fragments of a plate, chinoiserie decoration in red, blue and green; '2' on reverse
Applied Art (NX999)
four fragments of a charger, grey-blue glaze, flowers in weak colours
Applied Art (N6825.t)
Deep saucer dish. Printed in black: an obelisk-topped square monument bearing a female portrait within an oval; cherub bearing cross on left, grieving Britannia on right, globe and cornucopia in foreground, two cherubs in sky. Pink lustre band on rim and ditto lines around centre with stylised buds and leaf sprigs.
Applied Art (N2273)
'London' shape with pyramidal finial. Commemorating the death of Princess Charlotte in 1817. Printed in black with same pattern on both sides: an obelisk-topped square monument inscribed within an oval 'TO THE MEMORY//OF//PRINCESS CHARLOTTE'; cherub bearing cross on left, grieving Britannia on right, globe and cornucopia in foreground, twocherubs in sky. Pink lustre bands on rim, above base and outlining spout; leaf-and-dot band around top, leaf bands on spout sides and handle.
Applied Art (N5718)
'London' shape with pyramidal finial. Commemorating the death of Princess Charlotte in 1817. Printed in black with same pattern on both sides: a square plinth bearing a female portrait and topped by ar urn inscribed 'PRINCESS CHARLOTTE', all under a weeping willow; to the left a grieving man, to the right, grieving Britannia, anchor and hourglass in foreground; to the left, a funeral cortege makes its way to a castle. Pink lustre bands on rim, on collar and above and below the print; pink leaf stems and dashes on spout, leaf flourish and dashes on handle. On cover, two different black-printed vignettes each of a large house in a park; pink lustre rim band and detailing on finial. Design does not relate to the pot and the body is whiter - cover is probably a replacement.
Applied Art (N3149)
Britton shape I. Painted in blue, red, green on pale blue glaze: in centre, within double circle, a serpentine flower spray with two main flower clumps, an insect. Rim border of alternate stylised flower buds embellished with scrolls.
Applied Art (Na2585)
Picnic ware. Moulded lobed flange, shallow well. Printed border design in blue: cherry blossom with four birds and two butterflies. Design apparently photographically taken/adapted from a late 19th century original and includes the glaze crazing.
Applied Art (Na1796)
Clear glass with vertical yellow and pink striped alternating with glitter (?aventurine)-edged white latticinio twists. Cylindrical, tapering out to everted rim, swelling above middle, with four indentations below.
Applied Art (N4497)
Silks embroidered onto cream wool ground. Central circular motif of flowers including roses, passionflowers and lilies. Surrounded by 8 appliques and raised embroidered scrolls which follow curves of the frame.
Applied Art (Na1036)
'Sphere' bracelet. Metal wire wrapped with cotton dyed in stripes of red, orange, yellow, green, blue. One length of wire formed into five rings which spring apart into spheres when worn.
Applied Art (N3729)
Britton shape I. Painted in blue, yellow, green on a pale bluish glaze: in centre, a flower spray centred on a blue mult-petal daisy with yellow buds and green leaves; five similar sprays on flange. Underrim markings: edge grasses.
Applied Art (G2506)
Clear glass. Domed cover with ball knop. Cut glass:four rows of diamonds below step-cutting; two rows of diamonds on knop, the top star-cut. Cover only survives, originally a jar and cover - probably a honey pot.
Applied Art (Na2555.2)
Drawing 'BRISTOL DELFT.// Design & colours on a bowl ... Belonging to Mr.Eden.Wincanton.'
Applied Art (N7798)
2-handled pedestal vase with gilded decoration and applied biscuit flowers; pierced cover
Applied Art (Na1063)
double-columnar pedestal on quadruped base supporting hinged casket fitted with four hinged-lid boxes and 2 cut-glass bowls; spoon slots. Ebony stringing.
Applied Art (G3489)
Molten glass can be drawn out into thread fine enough for use in weaving or knitting. Today glass fibre is widely used for insulation and in the construction of boats. In the 19th century it use was mainly decorative; it was used for the rigging of ornate glass sailing ships models or for bird tails on the elaborate centrepieces that graced Victorian tables.
Applied Art (G561)
Opaque-white glass withg gilded decoration; gold cap. Flattened elliptical shape with panel-cut side edges and narrow flat sides; short screw-threaded neck with stopper. Gilded decoration: on side one, pagoda between trees, birds above, boulders below; on side two, an urn with husk swags within an elliptical husk surround. On sides, lozenge pattern and within each panel an oval dot within double oval lines; semi flower head on each shoulder; gilt detailing on stopper. Domed cylindrical cap; engraved flower head on top, band of stylised husks between two scalloped lines.
Applied Art (N9026)
Tall, slightly rounded cylindrical pot with broad shoulder and short neck. The sides given an overlapping slice effect. Tenmoku-type glaze - black on shoulder, reddish brown on sides.
Applied Art (N9036)
Oval dish with shaped edge; sloped rim with four plain panels and twelve panels of 2 different basket-weave mouldings; curved sides to well. Wavy rib support under base. Centre painted in coloured enamels with three birds in a tree with sparse foliage, four flower sprigs and three insects. On rim , eight flower sprigs and six insects. Gilt rim edge.
Applied Art (Na2462.1)
Miniature ceramic model for a bronze drinking fountain, commissioned for Castle Park, Bristol. Covered with manganese slip to imitate bronze. Castellated shape, the outside with incised brickwork and a door, set into a ship's prow. Part of the artist's initial design process.
Applied Art (N9252.b)
Vitreous earthenware. Gadroon shape, printed in red ('ripe strawberry') with 'Chepstow Castle'
Applied Art (NX995)
fragment of a plate, duck-egg-blue glaze, rider in front of an urn, floral border
Applied Art (N9524)
commemorating marriage of Princes Anne & captain Mark Philips, 14 November 1973
Applied Art (Na1208)
Panel of nine tiles making up picture. Painted in blue, manganese & yellow with seated cat.
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