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John Burgess (Junior) (1813-1874) Untitled Pencil on paper 185mm x 225mm A drawing of two men and two women sitting at a table playing cards. This is one of many drawings collected in a large scrapbook....


John Burgess (Junior) (1813-1874) Untitled Pencil on paper 150mm x 250mm This is one of many drawings collected in a large scrapbook.

Warwick. Castle, garden party

Large crowd of people at a garden party at Warwick Castle. 1900s

Warwick. Mr Forbes, model maker

Mr Forbes of Smith Street, Warwick, making models of budgerigars. 1959

Warwick. Volpre's Miniature Circus

Volpre's Miniature Circus, with shetlands and terriers, showing a pony performing, Warwick. 1930

Wooden and Glass Lace Bobbins

Lace Bobbins made from turned wood, decorated with beads. Threads used for making lace were wound round the narrow neck of the bobbin. The beads, known as 'spangles', are attached to the base with a loop ...

Wooden Darning Mushroom

This is darning mushroom is made of the very hard, dense wood of box or holly. The item to be mended, like a sock, would be stretched over the smooth 'mushroom' top and the hole darned with a needle ...

Wooden Pin Cushion on a clamp

Turned and polished wood, (holly or box wood) pincushion clamp. It would have been used to fix one end of a piece of fabric firmly to a table, so that it could be held taut with one hand while pinning ...

Wooden Sewing Box - interior

The box is lined with red silk and contains many compartments. The bobbins are finely carved mother of pearl. 19th century 265mm x 192mm

Wooden Sieve

Round wooden sieve, with mesh made from a stiff, coarse-weave fabric. It would have been used to sieve dry products such as flour. Early 20th century 230mm diameter x 115mm

Yorkshire Square

This is an oil painting on canvas depicting a scene in a square in Yorkshire. It is signed and dated 'T. Wainwright 1892'. This was thought this might be Castleton near the Lancashire border. Framed ...