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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 66

Group III. — Furniture and Accessories

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Group III.

Furniture and Accessories.

Class XVII—Cheap and Fancy Furniture.

Bell, Alfred, Bayford House, Rosslyn Park, Hampstead.
  • Memorial casket of New Zealand design and workmanship.
Bernasconi, Joseph, Wellington.
  • Inlaid table, of New Zealand woods.
Best, Charles Edward, Wanganui.
  • Inlaid occasional table.
Buller, Dr. W. L., C.M.G., F.R.S.
  • Two cabinets of New Zealand woods, by A. Seuffert.
Dunedin Iron & Woodware Company, Dunedin.
  • Household furniture. Dining and bedroom suite.
Ellis, Thomas, Wanganui.
  • Fancy table.
Fleming, George, Nelson.
  • Inlaid chest of drawers.
  • Two table tops.
Garlick & Cranwell, Auckland.
  • Mantelpiece and over-mantel, wardrobe, and sample blocks of New Zealand woods.
Hooker, Sir J. D., C.B., K.C.S.I., London.
  • Inlaid cabinet, by A. Seuffert. Presented by the Colonists.
Jewell, W. H., Christchurch.
  • Table tops, and fancy New Zealand woods.
Large, James S., Napier.
  • Writing table, of mottled Totara, Rimu, and Rewa-rewa.
  • Small table, inlaid top of New Zealand woods, veneered upon Kauri base.
Levin, Mrs., London.
  • Table top, by A. Seuffert.
Mason, Robert, Jun., Dunedin.
  • Table top representing ferns.
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New Plymouth Sash & Door Factory & Timber Co., Ld,, New Plymouth.
  • One cabinet front.
Norrie, William, Auckland.
  • A Princess of Wales bedroom suite.
  • Fancy cabinets. Inlaid tables.
Parnell, Samuel Duncan, Wellington.
  • Reading desks and table easels of New Zealand woods.
Petherick, James, Jun., Wellington.
  • Round table, of New Zealand woods.
Seuffert, Anton, Auckland.
  • Oval table, inlaid, representing New Zealand ferns.
  • Circular table, inlaid.
  • Square box, on cover of which is represented the site of Auckland with Northshore and Rangitoto in the distance, also Cabbage Tree and Kiwi. Exhibited by F. Lark-worthy, Esq., London.
  • Cabinet, inlaid.
  • Box and table-top. Exhibited by Thomas Russell, Esq, C.M.G., London.
Stewart, James, Rosslyn, Dunedin.
  • Two fire screens. (Rimu.)
  • Two fancy tables, native woods.
  • Box containing specimens of New Zealand woods.
  • Jewel box of fern and flax stalks.
  • Jewel box, inlaid.
White, Alfred J., Christchurch.
  • Household furniture.

Class XX.—Pottery.

Adams, Luke, Sydenham, Christchurch.
  • Earthenware. Terra-cotta and glazed household goods.
Nevill, Henry Guy, Milton, Otago.
  • Common earthenware for domestic and ornamental use.
Norbury, George, Wellington.
  • Drain pipes and sanitary goods.
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Class XXIV.—Goldsmiths' and Silversmiths' Work.

Dunn, T. L., and T. Zachanat, Canterbury.;
  • Silver salver.
Petersen, B. & Co., Christchurch.
  • Silver cups, &c., made of New Zealand silver.

Class XXV.—Bronzes, various Art Castings and Repousse Work.

Birley, Peter, Auckland.
  • Fuchsia flowers, and leaves, in wrought iron.

Class XXVII.—Apparatus and Processes for Heating and Lighting.

Poole, Richard, Dunedin.
  • Poole's patent safety folding fire-screen, guard, damper, and fuel economiser.

Class XXVIII.—Perfumery.

Mason, John & Thomas, Auckland.
  • A collection of perfumery, tooth-powders, dressings for the hair, pomades, hair-washes, and toilet requisites, manufactured from crude materials.

Class XXIX.—Leather Work, Fancy Articles and Basket Work.

Armstrong, Mrs. C. C., Dunedin.
  • Framed fern pictures and books of ferns mounted and named.
Burton, George K., Nelson.
  • Two albums of New Zealand ferns.
  • Two frames (New Zealand wood) of ferns.
Ellis, Thomas, Wanganui.
  • Collection of New Zealand ferns in album.
Gillies, John, jun., Dunedin.
  • Massive carving, cut out of solid kauri.
Harbutt, Thomas J., Auckland.
  • Corn brooms and hand whisks.
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Maxwell, Mrs. E. B., Wellington.
  • Splash-work curtains of New Zealand ferns.
Muir, Sidney W., Dunedin.
  • Fretwork articles in New Zealand woods.
Petherick, James, jun., Wellington.
  • Views in New Zealand woods—
    1.View of Petone, 1839.
    2.View of Wellington, 1842.
Renshaw, Florence, Auckland.
  • Four ornamental cards of ferns.
Tims, Thomas C., Te Puke, near Tauranga.
  • One album, with ferns.
Trevethick, Charles, Wellington.
  • Brushes and brush ware.
Warner, Esther M., Auckland.
  • Two ladies' reticules, made of melon seeds.