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1725; in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London By courtesy of the Victoria and
Albert Museum, London ond (1741-89), a traditional, transparent lead glaze was
used. The preoccupation of Chantilly, until the Prince died in 1740, was with ...
Chrysoberyl is often mistaken for chrysolite, because of their similar colour, and
has been Alexandrite (chrysoberyl) from Yekaterinburg (now Sverdlovsk), the
Urals, U.S.S.R. By courtesy of the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago; ...
Educated at home, Davies joined the campaign for the emancipation of women
with Mme Bodichon (Barbara Leigh Smith) and Emily Davies, portrait by W.A.R.
Lehmann; in the collection of Girton College, Cambridge By courtesy of Girton ...
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