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Sketches of animal-head door handles and sculptures

RIBA94079
NOTES: These drawings are part of a vellum sketchbook containing studies by Burges of Italian architecture, decoration, birds, flowers and heads.

Studies of birds

RIBA94085
NOTES: These drawings are part of a vellum sketchbook containing studies by Burges of Italian architecture, decoration, birds, flowers and heads.

Studies of fish

RIBA94086
NOTES: These drawings are part of a vellum sketchbook containing studies by Burges of Italian architecture, decoration, birds, flowers and heads.

Studies of cattle

RIBA94088
NOTES: These drawings are part of a vellum sketchbook containing studies by Burges of Italian architecture, decoration, birds, flowers and heads.

Sketches of a frog, a dead mouse, part of a Medieval image showing a female saint in bed

RIBA94097
NOTES: These drawings are part of a vellum sketchbook containing studies by Burges of Italian architecture, decoration, birds, flowers and heads.

Letter from Christopher Saltmarshe to Sir John Summerson dated 9 June 1952 congratulating him on the award of Commander of the Order of the British Empire

RIBA94921
Saltmarshe, Christopher
NOTES: Christopher ('Kit') Saltmarshe was a producer at the BBC where Summerson frequently broadcast. Summerson was later knighted in 1958.

Design for a wallpaper or woven silk incorporating a repeating pattern of seahorses and waves

RIBA94941
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This was one of seven Voysey designs for wallpapers or textiles published in the Builder, 1899 April 8, for which he provided explanatory notes. His note regarding this design stated, "This design was made for wallpaper or woven silk, but never considered good enough by the manufacturers to be produced."

Design for a decorative gift tag

RIBA94950
Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This is one of two alternative designs for a gift tag from Anne Isobel Noel Blunt to Mary Caroline Lovelace.

Designs for a tapestry entitled 'The Forest', designed for Alexander Ionides: four preliminary sketches of hares

RIBA97159
Webb, Philip Speakman (1831-1915)
NOTES: The tapestry was created for number 1 Holland Park, the home of Alexander Constantine Ionides, the art patron and collector, and was made by Morris & Co. on the Merton Abbey looms. The tapestry itself is now in the Victoria & Albert Museum.

Bird studies: sketch of a chatterer

RIBA97160
NOTES: This is one of several bird sketches made by Webb from specimens in the Natural History Museum.
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