Set of casts, red sulphur, contained in wood tray with lid, comprising 80 casts of engraved gems owned by the Reverend Clayton Mordaunt Cracherode and bequeathed with the gems in 1799. Numbers 2, 28 and 83 are missong from the set. The tray also contains one unnumbered cast of a three-quarter female bust, and three identical unnumbered casts of a lion standing, with the letters SIA.

An00021023 001 l


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sulphur, wood
Type of Thing
cast, gem, tray


Previous Owner
Cracherode, Clayton Mordaunt


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