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Papier Mâché Face Screens

Adoption Number: 1981F20.1 & 1981F20.

Jennens & Bettridge, c.1840

This beautiful pair of papier mâché face screens depict Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Made in Birmingham, they were probably made to commemorate the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837

Suggested donation: £150.00

Papier Mâché Face Screens

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Papier Mâché Face Screens

 

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