Jewellery Design

Design
1908-1917 (made)
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Jewellery design for a pendant by Auguste Pageot, in white


object details
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Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Pencil drawn on paper
Brief Description
Jewellery design for a pendant by Auguste Pageot, in white
Physical Description
Jewellery design for a pendant by Auguste Pageot, in white
Dimensions
  • Length: 11.3cm
  • Width: 8.7cm
Style
Production typeDesign
Credit line
Given by the descendants of Auguste Pageot: Mrs Christine Johnson, Henri Pageot, Mrs Marianne Pratt, Mrs Jeanette Vazquez
Object history
Auguste Pageot was a freelance jewellery designer apparently working for jewellers such as Cartier in London. This body of work is important because the brief period when he worked can be pinpointed to 1908 and his untimely death in the First World War in 1917. His high quality and prolific output of designs thus provide a valuable record of design from 1908 to 1917.
Collection
Accession Number
E.1128-2010

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record createdFebruary 1, 2011
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