The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41
III. Furniture and Accessories
III. Furniture and Accessories.
Class 17.—Cheap and Fancy Furniture.
6 Convict Department, Western Australia.—Ladies' work-table. Satin manufactured from the silk of silkworms reared in the colony.
7 Convict Department. Western Australia.—Cabinet (containing geological specimens) made from indigenous woods of the colony.
Class 29.—Leather-work, Fancy Articles, and Basket-work.
8 Helmick, Mrs., Perth.—Three frames, decorated with seed-pods.
9 Wilkinson, Captain G. P., Perth.—Carved cover, inlaid with fourteen varieties of colonial wood; suitable for album or blotting paper.
10 Wilkinson. Captain G. P.—Cover, carved in ivory; suitable for card-case.
11 Wilkinson, Captain G. P.—Cover, carved in ivory; suitable for church service.
12 Wilkinson, Captain G. P.—Powder puff-box, turned in ivory.
13 Wilkinson, Captain G. F.—Frame, turned in ivory.
14 Wilkinson. Captain G. P.—Carved ivory miniature frame.