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This magic lantern slide shows an art display in Brighton Museum and Art Gallery. When the museum was redeveloped in 2002 this room was used to display the 20th Century Decorative Art & Design collection.
Lib. Public Library Museum and Fine Art Galleries. Brighton. View in the North Corridor. Ground Floo...
c1910 Monochrome photographic postcard showing decorative art display in north corridor of ground floor of Brighton Museum.
1901 This is a cream mallet made of ivory and silver. It has decorative carving around the edge of the head of the mallet and around the edge of the handle. It was used by J.E. Stafford, along with the associated trowel (HA104323), on the occasion of laying th
Late 19th Century This is a bottle designed to store oil. It has a flat, circular body with five circular perforations and a long, thin neck with an expanded rim. The bottle is made of softened animal hide which has been hammered over a clay mould. Decorative designs of pa
Early Twentieth Century This is a bat used in the traditional Japanese game of 'Hanetsuki' (Battledore); a badminton-like game played by girls at New Year with wooden paddles, or bats, and a shuttlecock. 'Hagoita' is the name of the bat, which is itself often considered a decora
Early 20th Century This is a bat used in the traditional Japanese game of 'Hanetsuki' (Battledore); a badminton-like game played by girls at New Year with wooden paddles, or bats, and a shuttlecock. 'Hagoita' is the name of the bat, which is itself often considered a decora
Early Twentieth Century This is a Shona man's headrest carved by a male carver from one piece of hardwood. It consists of a three lobed base supporting three columns that in turn support the slightly convex horizontal 'pillow'. The central column has been decorated with incised
This is a watercolour painting depicting a dragon amid clouds and is based on a decorative design on an embroidered robe. It was created by Frederick Crace around 1815.
Pot reassociated and reconstructed with incised decorative lines
1937 This medal was designed by Pierre Turin to commemmorate the 1937 Paris International Exhibition of Art & Technology. It shows two figures representing Art and Technology.