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EDMUND DULAC, MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS, 1934.

EDMUND DULAC, MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS, 1934.

BOOKBINDER & JEWELLER, TIMOTHY WOLFENDALE. Upper cover shows Ratty and Mole seated in oak carved boat. Characters’ heads and arms in sterling silver repousse work. Ratty also holds a sterling silver oar. The characters’ bodies, a far riverbank of trees and a near riverbank of grass are built up from morocco onlays. Willow branch at the head  made in silver, glass enamelled in emerald green. A dragonfly in enamel from Sotheby's

BOOKBINDER & JEWELLER, TIMOTHY WOLFENDALE. Upper cover shows Ratty and Mole seated in oak carved boat. Characters’ heads and arms in sterling silver repousse work. Ratty also holds a sterling silver oar. The characters’ bodies, a far riverbank of trees and a near riverbank of grass are built up from morocco onlays. Willow branch at the head made in silver, glass enamelled in emerald green. A dragonfly in enamel from Sotheby's

Gustaf Tenggren for "The Golden Branch" in D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales. - 'He recognized in her the same being whose beauty he had admired in the gallery.'

Gustaf Tenggren for "The Golden Branch" in D'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales. - 'He recognized in her the same being whose beauty he had admired in the gallery.'

Cornelis Dusart | lot | Sotheby's

Cornelis Dusart | lot | Sotheby's

Edmund Dulac ~ "The Making of the Opal" from 'Fairies I Have Met'  by Mrs.Maud Margaret~ 1910  "Of course, the Dear Princess... wore the great opal on the day that she was married".

Edmund Dulac ~ "The Making of the Opal" from 'Fairies I Have Met' by Mrs.Maud Margaret~ 1910 "Of course, the Dear Princess... wore the great opal on the day that she was married".

Dark Roasted Blend: Enchanting Victorian Fairy Tale Art

Dark Roasted Blend: Enchanting Victorian Fairy Tale Art

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