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Brooch

This wooden brooch shows a cat, a woman's head and a bird. The women’s head and shoulders are covered by a blue dress with black spots. The cat is red, orange and yellow in colour. On top of the ...

Brooch

Trapezoidal brooch in marquetry style,coloured green, orange and brown. Dimentions: length 54mm, width 50mm. Designed and made by Peter Niczewski, a London-based craft jeweller.

Brooch

Brooch consisting of folded rectangular plates of silver and ivory, suggesting an industrial and architectural influence. Designed and made by Simon Cox, a Warwickshire-based craft jeweller. Dimensions: ...

Brooch

Acrylic brooch, consisting of three geometric shapes glued together, tones of black and white and a quarter circle of mother of pearl, with silver fittings. Designed and made by Lawrence Sparey, a ...

Brooch

Rectangular forged steel brooch inlaid with circles of brass. The top edge is cut out in the brooch to reveal the pin fastening. Made and designed by Ruth Stourton, a Telford-based craft jeweller. Dimensions: ...

Brooch

The heart-shaped brooch is slightly concave, with an abstract design of pink, green and blue. The pin passes through two holes in the heart. Designed and made by Su Vernon, an Aberdeen-educated craft ...

Brooch

Brooch made by Marilynn Nicholson. Designed in tiered fashion with scalloped rows of silver supporting simlar rows of ivory. At top and base are Mexican lace agates mounted in silver. With beige ...

Calendar, photography and design by William Blake.

Blake's Stationers For Customers 1917 Year Calendar. Blake produced many such items, which were sold in his shop at Stafford Street, Longton. The street was renamed The Strand in the early 1950s.

Camm stained glass studio, Smethwick

Thomas William Camm (born 1839, West Bromwich) set up a stained glass business with his two brothers in Brewery Street, Smethwick in 1866. He had previously worked for Chance Brothers & Co. in Smethwick ...

Canal painting styles sign

Hand painted sign depicting different styles of 'roses and castles' for traditional narrow-boat decoration. Painted by Tony Lewery, who has written many books on narrow-boat painting and art. Dimensions: ...

Canalware Buckby Can

A 3 gallon Buckby can used to hold fresh water on narrowboats for drinking. It has been painted with traditional 'roses and castles' decoration by Lisa Jenkins of Norbury Junction, Staffordshire. The ...

Canalware dipper

This type of dipper was used on narrowboats to take water from the canal for cleaning puposes, and for the watering of animals. Painted in traditional 'roses and castles' decoration by Lisa Jenkins ...

Carved Shops, of Newcastle-under-Lyme town centre, 1940-1950s

Doctor Chris Giles, (who lived locally), handmade these wooden shops for his children while he was recuperating from a lengthy illness. They were modelled on local buildings in the town centre during ...

'Chasing Bones ' Neckpiece

Anodised aluminium, with cast pewter dog, acrylic pink bone on steel spring, and green nylon neckband. Made by Sarah Graveson (born 1967) of Tettenhall, Wolverhampton. This set of jewellery was inspired ...

Christmas Greetings Card. Longton Park. Photography and Design by William Blake.

Christmas Greetings Card with a view of Longton Park, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Blake produced many greetings cards, which were sold in his shop at Stafford Street, Longton. The street was renamed ...

Christmas Greetings Card. Photography and Design by William Blake.

Christmas Greetings Card with a view of Longton Park, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Blake produced many greetings cards, which were sold in his shop at Stafford Street, Longton. The street was renamed ...

Circus Automaton

This automaton was designed and made by Suffolk-based toymaker, Ron Fuller (born 1937). It was commissioned as a donation box for the Stafford Art Gallery, and is now at the Shire Hall Gallery in Stafford....

Court Room Automaton

Court room automaton with Judge, Policeman, Defendent and Jury, activated by coin in slot. This automaton was designed and made by Suffolk-based toymaker, Ron Fuller (born 1937). It was commissioned ...