The Victorians: collection records

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Light Shade

1890s This is a clear glass light shade for an early electric light, dating to the 1890s. It has a slight fluted edge and an etched lattice pattern on the shade.

Fruit Stand

c1910 This silver fruit stand was designed by Josef Hoffmann for the Wiener Werkstatte around 1910 and is applied with leaf motifs. It reflects the influence of C. R. Ashbee's style of the late 1890s, in particular his designs for fruit stands and cups and his

Photographic Print

1890 This photographic print shows two children looking up at the Pioneer car of the Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway. The two children are standing on the beach, each holding a toy spade. The car is full of passengers and appears to be headi

Armchair

1902 This oak chair was designed by C. F. A. Voysey in 1902 for Miss McKay of Birkenhead. It was made by F. C. Nielsen. Voysey was an architect who began to design furniture in the early 1890s. Many of his meticulous designs were made by craftsmen like F. C. N

Photographic Print

This photographic print shows two children looking up at the Pioneer car of the Brighton and Rottingdean Seashore Electric Railway. The two children are standing on the beach, each holding a toy spade. The car is full of passengers and appears to be headi

Photographic Print

4-5 December 1896 This photographic print shows two views of the Chain Pier, Brighton. One has been taken on 4 December 1896, showing the intact structure. The other shows the pier on 5 December 1896, the day after it was destroyed by a storm. The Chain Pier was Brighton's