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Bustle Bustle

Woman's hooped bustle or crinolette, in cotton with a narrow black and white stripe, fastening at centre front waist with front panel cut away towards back, centre back with internal metal hoops forming a tube, adjusted by internal lacing and ties: British, c. 1870

Bust Bust

Portrait bust of Robert Stevenson by S. Joseph

Sculpture / portrait Sculpture / portrait

Portrait bust of Dr Thomas Chalmers, in marble: Scottish, by Sir John R Steell, R.S.A., dated 1846

Bust Bust

Large bust of the poet John Milton in black basalt, presumably based on a cast by Hoskins and Grant invoiced 1 January 1775: English, Staffordshire, Etruria, impressed WEDGWOOD/D and WEDGWOOD/[inverted]Y, made by Wedgwood, c. 1777

Bust / reproduction Bust / reproduction

Reproduction in painted plaster of the bust of Queen Nefertiti: original is Ancient Egyptian, excavated in the workshop of Thutmose at Amarna, Middle Egypt, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty - Reproduction made in berlin, Germany, AD 1938

Bust, ancestral Bust, ancestral

Ancestral bust in white limestone in the form of a conoidal base surmounted by the head of a man wearing a tripartite wig: Ancient Egyptian, possibly from Deir el-Medina, Thebes, Upper Egypt, 18th - 19th Dynasty, c.1550 -1069 BC

Bust / god Bust / god

Bust of Serapis in alabaster: Ancient Egyptian, Graeco-Roman Period

Bust Bust

White glazed porcelain bust of George II wearing an embossed cuirass and the Star of the Order of the Garter: English, Liverpool, Richard Chaffers factory, 1757 - 1760

Bust / duke Bust / duke

Porcelain bust of William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland: English, Chelsea, c. 1750

Bust Bust

Biscuit porcelain bust of William IV: English, Yorkshire, Swinton, Rockingham factory of Brameld, c. 1830

Bust / man Bust / man

Bust of a man in a green striped tie, in coarse buff stoneware incised and painted in colours: English, London, by Jill Crowley, 1976

Bust Bust

Black basalt ware bust of Robert Burns on a pedestal decorated with a relief of tigers' heads: English, Staffordshire, Etruria, by Wedgwood, sculptured by E.W. Wyon, 1848 - 1849

Bust Bust

Large bust of the playwright and poet William Congreve of black basalt ware probably based on a plaster bust supplied by James Hoskins and Benjamin Grant in 1774-75, advertised for sale in 1777: English, Staffordshire, Etruria, by Wedgwood and Bentley, c. 1777

Bust / consul Bust / consul

Bronze bust of the Roman consul Galba: Italian

Bust Bust

Bust of Christ in tin glazed earthenware after Christ in Verrocchio’s bronze group of Christ and St Thomas in a niche on Orsanmichele, Florence, completed in 1483: Italian, possibly Florence, Benedetto Buglioni, c. 1500

Bust Bust

Marble bust of the radical politician Joseph Hume: Scottish, Edinburgh, by Alexander Handyside Ritchie, dated 1830

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