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Coin / 2 Chuckrams

Swati Thirunal Rama Varma VI (1885-1924)

milled (metal)

CM, CM.256-1937

Coin / 1/8 Rupee

Anonymous

silver

CM, CM.176-1935

Miniature (painting) / Box

Bone, Henry

The shell of a turtle (known as tortoiseshell) was carved, heated and pressed to form a box which was fitted with a silver rim mount. The miniature was painted in enamel on copper, fired and fitted with a silver rim mount.

AA, M.83 & A-1973

Miniature (painting) / Box

Janet, Adèle

The shell of a turtle (known as tortoiseshell) was carved, heated and pressed to form the parts of a box, which were glued together. The interior was fitted with thin silver-gilt sheet and silver-gilt rim mounts. The miniature was painted on card and set under glass with a gilt metal mount.

AA, M.105 & A-1973

Jewellery / Bracelet

silver

ANT, GR.34c.1921

Miniature (painting) / Box

Unknown

The ivory was carved and pressed to form the parts of a box, which were glued together. The mirror was fitted to the lid, and the silver-gilt mounts and hinge were pinned to the box. The miniature was painted on copper and set on the lit with a silver-gilt mount.

AA, M.152-1973

Miniature (painting) / Box

Unknown

the box was carved from horn or possibly the shell of a turtle (known as tortoiseshell), which was heated and pressed to form the parts of a box. If horn was used it was painted to resemble the markings on tortoiseshell. The lid and sides were inlaid with gold and silver piqué work and mother-of-pearl

AA, M.156 & A-1973

Miniature (painting) / Box

de Mailly, R.

The shell of a turtle (known as tortoiseshell) was carved, heated and pressed to form the parts of a box, which were glued together and lined with thin silver-gilt sheet. The miniature was painted in enamel on copper and set with a silver-gilt mount.

AA, M.123 & A-1973

Drawing

Tulip

Bosschaert, Abraham

watercolour highlighted with silver on paper, tipped-in on album sheet

PDP, PD.123-1973.33

Miniature (painting) / Box

Dael, Jan Frans van

The shell of a turtle (known as tortoiseshell) was carved, heated and pressed to form the parts of a box, to which gilt metal rim mounts were glued. The miniature was painted on card and set under glass with a gilt metal mount.

AA, M.116 & A-1973


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