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Block mould for a portrait medallion depicting Anne, Lady de la Pole - 1781

Block mould for a portrait medallion depicting Anne, Lady de la Pole
    Block mould for a portrait medallion depicting Anne, Lady de la Pole

This portrait was originally modelled by Lochée between 1781 and 1790.

This portrait was originally modelled by Lochée between 1781 and 1790.

  • Type of object: Manufacturing paraphernalia and miscellany/mould
  • Mark: 421 Lady Pole
    [Written in pencil]
  • Year produced: 1781
  • Body: Plaster of Paris
  • Glaze: unglazed
  • Material: ceramic
  • Accession number: 2924
  • Dimensions: 96 mm (length), 80 mm (width), 20 mm (depth)

Glossary

  • Block mould

    Block mould

    The master mould often carved in wood, wax or low-fired earthenware from which working plaster of Paris moulds are taken.

  • Portrait Medallion

    Portrait Medallion

     

    A medallion, either circular or oval, made usually from black basalt or jasper, which features a head or head and shoulders study, rather than a relief of a classical nature.