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Jewellery designs - Jewellery Design

Jewellery Design

  • Object:

    Jewellery designs

  • Place of origin:

    London (Note in catalogue. , made)

  • Date:

    1820 (made)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Liebart , Philip (maker)
    Rundell, Bridge & Rundell (maker)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Drawn and written on in ink and coloured in gouache, on paper.

  • Museum number:

    D.401-1899

  • Gallery location:

    Prints & Drawings Study Room, level C, case M, shelf 73

Physical description

Design for bracelet, necklace, earrings and two jewels drawn in ink with inscriptions noting provenance around. Some colour added to enhance design of bracelet, and clasp of necklace in yellow for gold and red for other jewels.

Place of Origin

London (Note in catalogue. , made)

Date

1820 (made)

Artist/maker

Liebart , Philip (maker)
Rundell, Bridge & Rundell (maker)

Materials and Techniques

Drawn and written on in ink and coloured in gouache, on paper.

Marks and inscriptions

This Brilliant was in the Crown worn by His Majesty George the IV
Top of page

The Pigot Diam: sold to the Pache of Egypt for 30.000£ 1820
Right of Page

The three centres of Necklace & two drops of Earrings were the property of Her Majesty Queen Charlotte and were presented to Her Majesty by the Nabob of arcot. This grand suit of Brilliants are the property of Mefs Bridge Rundell & Co
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This Rose Diam was made a present to His Majesty George the III by the Grand Seignor
Left of Page

Object history note

This was originally part of 367-1865 but the metal frames under this number were disposed of and the drawing was reassigned a D number in 1899.

Descriptive line

Philip Liebart; designs for jewellery some formerly the property of Her Majesty Queen Charlotte, about 1820.

Production Note

Drawing of certain jewels, some of which are described as formerly the property of Queen Charlotte; originally in a frame of gilt metal surmounted by the Royal Arms.

Materials

Ink; Paper; Gouache

Techniques

Drawn; Coloured; Written

Production Type

Design

Collection

Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection

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