5 edition of East Anglian silver, 1550-1750 found in the catalog.
East Anglian silver, 1550-1750
|Statement||edited by Christopher Hartop.|
|Contributions||Hartop, Christopher, Norwich Cathedral (Norwich, England)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
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This book describes in depth a wealth of important silver 1550-1750 book made 1550-1750 book the region which are now to be found in museums and private collections in Britain, America and Australia, as well as in churches in Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex.
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Philippa Glanville: Silver in East Anglia-- Mary Fewster: Goldsmiths in Norfolk and Suffolk, Christopher Hartop: Silver made in East Anglia-- Norwich-- Christopher Hartop: Silversmithing in Norwich-- Christopher Garibaldi: The guildhall of the Norwich company of goldsmiths-- Colin Ticktum: Possible attributions for four sixteenth-century maker's marks from Norwich The abbey silver.
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