3 edition of Jewellery from the Hull Grundy Collection found in the catalog.
Jewellery from the Hull Grundy Collection
Greater London Council.
|Statement||the Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood ... ; [text prepared by Lindsay Stainton].|
|Contributions||Stainton, Lindsay., Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood (London, England)|
|LC Classifications||NK7309.7 .G73 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||77373240|
Text from catalogue of the Hull Grundy Gift (Gere et al ) no. Streeter moved to these premises in and remained at this address until The Japanese style of these pieces is not typical of Streeter's work, and does not feature in his catalogue or his advertisements (see ). A talented, widely respected jewellery historian, Anne Hull Grundy spent a fortune on her collection of British and continental work, which dates mainly from to and includes precious.
The Hull Grundy Gift The collection of jewellery and objects of vertu forming part of the gift of Professor and Mrs John Hull Grundy to the British Museum has been on display since I3th December. Comprising more than a thousand pieces, mainly dating from the eighteenth, nineteenth and twentieth centuries but including some. During our more than 65 years of insuring collectibles, Grundy Insurance has found that many active car collectors have more than just one type of collection. Whether you collect fine art, wine, antiques, rare books, or any other fine memorabilia, Grundy can insure all special collections.
Mrs Hull Grundy recognized their significance as an extremely valuable tool in the dating of jewellery: case-maker's impressed stamps can be used together with the retailer's known addresses and. ** Hull Grundy, Anne (), "Geoffrey C. Munn." Antique Collector, 57 (2, February): United Kingdom. Pages ; Anne Hull Grundy (d. ), whose collections of netsuke, jewellery and other objects have been donated to numerous Museums in Britain. •
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The art of the jeweller: A catalogue of the Hull Grundy gift to the British Museum: jewellery, engraved gemsAuthor: British Museum. Charlotte Gere is a specialist in 19th-century art and design, who has published widely on European and American jewellery and interior decoration. Her books include the pioneering Victorian Jewellery Design () and Artists' Jewellery: Pre-Raphaelite to Arts and by: 4.
Anne Hull Grundy (–) was one of the 20th century's most significant collectors of jewellery and a generous benefactor to the British Museum. She says: "I am an art historian and my collections were formed to be written about." Her gift of over items of jewellery to the Museum in The Art of the Jeweller.
A Catalogue of the Hull Grundy Gift to the British Museum: Jewellery, Engraved Gems, and Goldsmiths' Work. 2 volumes. Jewellery, Jewelry, Hull Grundy Collection.
After studying at Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge and the University of the Arts London, Helen worked with applied arts at the Royal Collection Trust, Christie's, Harrogate Museums, and the British Museum. She is the author of A Passionate Collector: Mrs Hull Grundy and Jewellery from the Harrogate Collection ().
show more4/5(2). Jewellery Mrs Anne Hull Grundy was a perceptive art collector and generous philanthropist. The Ulster Museum’s jewellery collection is largely the result of her donation.
It contains works from the 16th to midth century, as well as contemporary pieces by Breon O’Casey, Nuala Jamison, and Killian Shurmann. Text from catalogue of Hull Grundy Gift (Gere et al ) no.
This necklace does not seem to be derived directly from an ancient prototype. The free interpretation of ancient sources is characteristic of French taste in 'archaeological-style' jewellery (see Gere et al pp). Includes around pieces of jewellery donated by Anne Hull Grundy. Harrogate Harrogate Museums and Arts.
Mercer Art Gallery, Swan Road, Harrogate HG1 2SA. The collection includes necklaces, bracelets and a large number of brooches given by Mrs Hull-Grundy.
The majority is of 19th or early 20th-century date. The largest single collection of jewellery in the museum came from Anne Hull Grundy, a wealthy heiress to the Corgi die-cast zinc toys fortune, who began collecting European jewellery from.
Jewellery from the Hull Grundy Collection Case Continues until April Three quarters of the Cecil Higgins Art Gallery collection of jewellery was donated by Anne Hull Grundy (–), who gave over pieces in the s. It was these Corgi toys, together with income from the Keyser-Ullman bank, which later provided Hull Grundy with the wealth which enabled her to form one of the finest jewellery collections in the world.
Inspired by her parents, Hull Grundy started collecting when she was eleven. Her other books include Decorative Arts a catalogue of the British Museum collection () and the Catalogue of the Hull Grundy Gift of Jewellery to the British Museum (, as co-author).
John Hull Grundy studied art at King's College and the Chelsea School of Art in London before joining the staff of the Royal College of Art. The advent of World War II drew him into the world of medicine, and he developed his drawing of the body with anatomical studies made for the Royal College of Surgeons and the Orpington War Hospital.
Book: The Hull Grundy jewellery at Harrogate. Helen Ritchie. Charlotte Gere. Exhibition: A Fine Possession: Jewellery and Identity, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences at the Powerhouse, Sydney, Australia.
Dorothy Erickson. Sarah Hue-Williams and Raymond Sancroft-Baker have spent decades working in the jewelry industry, from assessing historical gems to selling some of the most important, rare, and unusual pieces of jewelry ever to come on the market. In this book, they turn that experience into forty lavishly illustrated true stories from the world of gems and jewelry.
Drawing from a wide range of periods. Jewellery from the Hull Grundy Collection: an illustrated account of the collection of 18th and 19th century jewellery presented to Kenwood by Mrs John Hull Grundy, Author: Lindsay Stainton ; Greater London Council.
Judy Rudoe is the curator responsible for the British Museum's 19th and 20th century collections; her books include Decorative Arts A Catalogue of the British Museum Collection and Cartier Both were the principal authors of The Art of the Jeweller, the catalogue of the Hull Grundy Gift of jewellery at the British Museum.
Since curator at the BM, specialising in jewellery, and in 19thth century decorative arts. Author of Cartier (BM ) and organiser of the Cartier exhibition at the BM, co-author of the Catalogue of the Hull Grundy Gift of Jewellery (BM ), contributor to the Catalogue of Micromosaics in the Gilbert Collection ().
Her latest book, Jewellery in the Age of Victoria, co. Earrings, ca. (made). Tortoise beetles on gilded metal leaves, England, about Museum Number CIRC&A The Jeweller's Art: An Introduction to the Hull Grundy Gift to the British Museum by Gail Davidson, Floramae McCarron-Cates, Charlotte Gere ISBN ().
Exclusive to the British Museum, a gold-plated sterling silver brooch inspired by items from the jewellery within the Hull Grundy Gift now in the Museum's collection. This design is of a bird of paradise on a branch with a diamond and pearl pendant. More about the brand.Her other books include Decorative Arts a catalogue of the British Museum collection () and the Catalogue of the Hull Grundy Gift of Jewellery to the British Museum (, as .A similar pendant is in the Hull Grundy Collection, British Museum Descriptive line Enamelled gold pendant, commemorating the restoration to health of George III .