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Stick Pin

c1900 This gold stickpin is decorated with coloured enamels. It is stamped with the eagle's head warranty mark for Paris. The pin is used by the museum to illustrate the history of modern design.

Medal

c1900 This medal, "Orphee" (Orpheus), was designed by M-A. L. Coudray around 1900. "Orphee" was Coudray's best-selling piece and was shown at the salon of 1900, selling around 4500 copies. The medal is used to illustrate the history of modern design.

Teapot

1878 This teapot, electroplated in silver with an ebony handle and finial, was designed by Christopher Dresser and made by Hukin & Heath. It is used to illustrate the history of modern design.

Toast Rack

1881 This toast rack, electroplated in silver, was designed by Christopher Dresser and made by Hukin & Heath. It is used to illustrate the history of modern design.

Vase

1881 This vase was designed by Christopher Dresser in 1881. It is silver with machine-engraved designs. Hallmarked for Birmingham, it was retailed by Bracher & Sydenham. The vase is used to illustrate the history of modern design.

Bowl

c1880 This sepia tinted glass bowl is applied with a bronze handle and enamel decoration in the Japanese style. It was designed around 1880 by Emile Galle. The bowl is used to illustrate the history of modern design.

Poissons No 2

c1921-1947 This bowl, "Poissons No. 2", circa 1880, was designed by Rene Lalique. It is made from opalescent glass and the exterior is moulded with swirling fish. The bowl is used to illustrate the history of modern design.

Vase

c1879-1882 This earthenware vase has incised decoration beneath a streaky glaze. It was designed by Christopher Dresser for Linthorpe Pottery around 1879. The vase is used to illustrate the history of modern design.

Vase

1900-1910 This purple glass vase from around 1900 has a raised design of thistles in enamel and gilt. It was designed and made by Daum Freres. The vase is used to illustrate the history of modern design.

Decanter

c1880 This decanter, in amber tinted glass, is decorated in coloured enamels with a Japanese inspired design of chrysanthemums and foliage. It was designed by Emile Galle around 1880. The decanter is used to illustrate the history of modern design.

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