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ACES: Years Exhibited

Years the Maker has Exhibited
Catalogue
Catalogue of the Seventh Exhibition PERCY A. WELLS (1903)
Catalogue of the Eighth ExhibitionPERCY A. WELLS (1906) Shoreditch Technical Institute

Exhibits

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Exhibit Name
POTTERY ON DRESSER,
Description
lent by THE MONTAGUE FORDHAM GALLERY.
a-j. Ten Dial Plates.
l, m, n. Three Plates.
k, o. Two Peacock Plates.
p. Jampot.
q, r, s, t. Four Porridge Bowls.
a-t. designed and made by the MISSES LUCAS.
u, v, w, x. Four Green Plates.
y. One small Blue Jug.
z. One Blue Jug.
aa. One Green Jug.
u-aa. designed and made by W. HOWSON TAYLOR.
One Complete Tea Set, consisting of Teapot, Cream Jug, Six Cups and Saucers, Six Small Plates, Two Large Plates, Sugar Basin, Slop Basin.
Designed and made by W. HOWSON TAYLOR.
Price:
a-j., Each 3s., l, m, n. Each 9s., k, o. Each 10s 6d., p. 7s 6d., q, r, s, t, Each 7s 6d., u, v, w, x. Each 2s 6d., y. 5s., z. 6s. 6d., aa. 7s. 6d. £4
Description
By L. WEBB, under PERCY A. WELLS.
writing table.
a. By E. LARMAN.
Glove Box.
Exhibited by L.C.C. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL SCHOOL.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
By G. PAGE, under P.A. WELLS.
corner cabinet.
Exhibited by the SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
By L.C.C. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE.
487 Hanging cabinet, under PERCY A. WELLS.
488 Chess table, under PERCY A. WELLS.
488a. Wall Mirror.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
Mirrors.
By L.C.C. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, under PERCY A. WELLS.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
Inlaid Mirror Frame, under PERCY A. WELLS.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
By L.C.C. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE.
Wall Mirror, under PERCY A. WELLS.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
By L.CC. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, under PERCY A.WELLS.
Sideboard in Mahogany.
a-d. By L.C.C. CENTRAL SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS.
a. Box.
b. Clock.
c. Box.
d. Carved and Gilt Casket.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
By L.C.C. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE.
Child's Chair, under PERCY A. WELLS.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
Mirror, under P. A. WELLS.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
By L.C.C. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE.
Hall Table, under PERCY A. WELLS.
a, b, c, d, e, f, g. By SIR JOHN CASS INSTITUTE.
Metal Work, under R.LL.B. RATHBONE, H. STABLER, and ALFRED HUGHES.
h. By L.C.C CAMBERWELL SCHOOL OF ARTS AND CRAFTS.
Writing Cabinet, under C.S. SPOONER and F.E. WALKER.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
By L.C.C. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE.
Card Table, under PERCY A. WELLS.
a, b, c, d. By SIR JOHN CASS INSTITUTE.
Metal Work, under R.LL.B. RATHBONE and ALFRED HUGHES.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.
Description
By L.C.C. SHOREDITCH TECHNICAL INSTITUTE, under PERCY A. WELLS.
a. Oval Table.
b. Box.
Collection:
The remaining exhibits in the Long Gallery are, many of them, from various Municipal Schools of Art and Technological Institutes. The Schools exhibiting are the L.C.C. Central School of Arts and Crafts; the L.C.C. Shoreditch Technical Institute; the Northampton Institute, Clerkenwell; the Sir John Cass Institute; the L.C.C. Camden School of Art; the L.C.C. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts; the School of Art Wood-carving, Kensington; the Birmingham Municipal School of Art; and the Vittoria Street School, Birmingham. Executants' names are put beside their works in the Cases while the names of the instructors are printed in the Catalogue.