Green silk with mauve silk lining, cover has a scalloped edge, on a metal frame with ivory rib tips. Bell-shaped ferrule in ivory. Jointed handle carved with bunches of grapes. Dating from 1830-1849. (length 545mm)
Black silk net embroidered with gold thread and imitation jewels. About 1840.
Green silk, smocking around neck, waistband and cuffs. Popper fastening on left side seam from under the arm to below the waist. Made by Liberty & Co., 1928. (height 1155mm)
Oval shaped with geometric pattern of brown, orange and black beads on a machine-made net. Tassel at the bottom. Attached to an imitation tortoiseshell frame with beaded handle. 1920-1940. (280 x 138mm)
Black suede with utility mark. The label reads 'W. Barratt & Co Ltd, Northampton.' From about 1942-1952. (size 4)
Two women wearing walking dresses with sketches of the back views alongside each outfit. From the Journal des Demoiselles, September 1912.
Small, square with rounded bottom in brown finely knitted silk with beadwork decoration of central band of flowers and geometric design top and bottom, finished with beaded fringe. Drawstring fastening through mother of pearl rings. Around 1815-1825. (133 x 87mm)
Velvet with steel beadwork decoration on one side and beaded fringe. Lined with black silk. About 1840-1845. (width 194mm)
Suede court shoes. Bought for 3 guineas, about 1966. Label reads 'Made in Italy for Slade Bespoke Shoemaker, Cheltenham, Worcester, Cardiff. Established 1789.' (length 210mm)
Tortoiseshell fan held together with brown silk ribbon, with leaf made from feathers, mainly pheasant with white spots and iridescent tips. 1880-1910. (length 185mm)