Pair of boots Place of origin: Vienna, Austria (made) London, England (sold) Date: 1895-1915 (made) 1/3/1923 (purchased) Artist/Maker: Capek, Anton (designer and maker) C. W. Coulson (retailers) Materials and Techniques: Glacé kid leather, lined in cotton sateen and silk satin Credit Line: Bequeathed by Lionel Ernest Bussey. Museum number: T.322-1970
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Collar: 1630-1640, Honiton, England, linen edged with bobbin lace with tassels of knotted linen thread. "Lace like this appears in a number of English portraits of the 1630s and early 1640s, and custom for it was at the highest social level. The Countess of Leicester, wife to the English Ambassador to France, was commissioned to purchase English bobbin lace as a present for Anne of Austria, the French Queen, in 1637 and complained of the considerable expense."
This Guy Uses Raw Wood And Glass To Create Very Clever Pieces Of Furniture…
Furniture maker Greg Klassen builds intricately designed tables and other objects embedded with glass rivers and lakes. Klassen has access to pieces of raw wood, which means that he can make use of its natural forms and beautiful imperfections for his creative furniture. These organic forms lend natural power to the “rivers” and “lakes” on his tables, which are completed with custom-cut panes of glass and look much like features on a topographical map.