The Mikado at the Savoy
Sketches from 'The Mikado' at the Savoy Theatre in London: The Mikado (Mr R. Temple), Nanki-Pooh (Mr Durward Lely), Katisha (Miss Brandram), Pooh-Bah (Mr R. Barrington), The 'Three Little Maids from School' (Misses Sibyl Grey L. Braham and Jessie Bond), Ko-Ko (Mr G. Grossmith), Yum-Yum (Miss L.Braham), and Pish-Tush (Mr F.Bovill).
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Charlie George is congratulated by an Arsenal fan at the final whistle, after reaching the Final. Stoke City v Arsenal. FA Cup Semi Final Replay @ Goodison Park. 19/4/72. Credit: Colorsport.
Indian metal work, embroidery, weaving and painting, (1898). Creator: Unknown
Indian metal work, embroidery, weaving and painting, (1898). 'Fig 1: Ancus (instrument used to drive and train elephants) in chiselled iron. Figs 2 and 3: Pendants and button embossed in gold and chiselled. Fig 4: Ancus, enamelled and adorned with jewels. Figs 5-9: Decorations from enamelled arms. Fig 10: State parasol with rich gold embroidery. Figs 11-13: Embroidered fans. Fig 14: Covering for the foot, woven in gold and embroidered in silk and pearls. Fig 15: Embroidered table-cover. Fig 16: Border from a saddle-cloth. Fig 17: Embroidery on black stuff. Fig 18: Border from an embroidered velvet-carpet. Figs 19-22: Flowers from silk embroidery. Fig 23: Woven shawl. Fig 24: Border from woven stuff. Figs 25 and 26: Patterns from silk- and gold-weavings. Fig 27: Lacquerpainting. Fig 28: Portion of a book-cover in lacquerpainting. Figs 29 and 30: From illuminated manuscripts'. Plate 17 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]
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