The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41
III. Furniture and Accessories
III. Furniture and Accessories.
Class 17.—Cheap and Fancy Furniture.
9 Andrews, Mrs. M. A., Hobart.—Two table-tops, six serviette rings; two boxes, and paper-knife, of spattrie-work.
10 Brent. Miss Rose, Hobart.—Chess-table, in Indian ink.
11 Dowdell, Miss Amy, Hobart.—Table, with Australian birds.
12 Hely, Miss, Hobart.—Cone frames.
13 Hooper, G., Hobart.—Cone frame.
14 Hope, Miss M., Hobart.—Table-top of Huon pine, with Tasmanian flowers, in water-colours.
15 Hope, Miss L., Hobart.—Chess-table of Huon pine, painted in Indian ink and water-colours.
16 Hull, Miss Marie A., Hobart.—Table-top of Huon pine, with wreath of Tasmanian flowers, in water-colours.
17 Salisbury. J-E., Launccston.—Umbrella-stand.
18 Way, T. B., Hobart.—Two Tasmanian fern tables, four fern boxes, two fern paper-knives.
Class 18.—Upholsterers' and Decorators' Work.
19 King, T. F., Circular Head.—Miniature cabinet.
20 Cornwell's Pottery Works, Launceston.—Articles of pottery.
Class 29.—Leather-work, Fancy Articles, and Basket-work.
21 Andrews, Mrs. M. A., Hobart.—Leather-work vase.
22 Bridges, J., Hobart,—Basket-work.
23 Dawson, Miss, Clarence Plains.—Flowers and frames, in leather-work.page 135
24 Newton, E. E., & Sons, Cressy.—Black grain kip leggings, black grain wallaby skins, waxed kangaroo skins.
25 Room, Mrs., Mayfield.—Paper flowers.
26 Walch Brothers & Birchall, Launceston.—Ferns and flowers.
27 Wignall, B., Hobart.—Basket-work.
28 Woods, C, J., Formosa.—Wood carving.