Our fashion doll project we did in class today, based on the “Theatre de la Mode”
I based mine on the classic Dior silhouette and made it out my mum’s old shirt
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1. Table cabinet 1717. Altered in 1734 when Khevenhuller became Bishop and added his arms. Oak with tortoise shell, mother-of-pearl, brass, copper and silver and gilt copper mounts.
2. Guitar handle 1693. Made in Hamburg, Germany. Carved ivory.
3. Detail from a perfume burner 1630. Made in Spain for a professor of Law at Cagliari University. Silver, embossed and chased.
4. Pair of Rimmonim 1780. Netherlands. They decorate the ends of rollers on which scrolls are mounted. This pair have bells which would ring when the scroll was brought forward for the reading of the Torah. Silver-gilt and filigree.