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Studio: international art — 14.1898

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Tanagra Terra-cottas

work the principal pieces have been executed by
Messrs. Osborne, Curtis, Jeliffe, Pigment, and Rose,
cabinetmakers of the Guild; while the different
pieces' of metal work have been carried out by
Messrs. White, Hardiman, Baily, Cameron, Thorn-
ton, and Downer, silversmiths, hammermen, and
blacksmiths of the Guild. The fact that there is
a unity about the carrying out of all these designs
is largely due to the sense of school and indivi-
duality that the Essex Home craftsmen display, and
which Mr. Ashbee’s system encourages and makes
possible.

M. H. Baillie Scott.

KETTLE AND STAND

DESIGNED BY M. H. BAILLIE SCOTT

HINGE FOR MUSIC CABINET

DESIGNED BY M. H. BAILLIE SCOTT

Tanagra terra-cottas.

BY MARCUS B. HUISH.

Not many months ago the catalogues
of one of our principal art auctioneers
included an assortment of objects which, when
brought to the hammer, illustrated in an unex-
pected manner not only the different aspects in
which art is regarded by different nations, but the
haphazard way in which its votaries acquire their
knowledge.

The objects in question were a series of terra-
cotta statuettes, said to have been acquired by a
collector abroad, some five-and-twenty years ago,
from a Turkish dealer, probably at Smyrna or
some city in Asia Minor.

Now if there is any place of barter where it
could be said with certainty that every form of

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