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Double paper leaf lithographed, painted in watercolour and gilded. Sticks of bone and lithographed paper; guards of pierced, carved and gilded bone with applications of painted brass, enamel and mirror (15+2). Rivet of brass, washer of mother of pearl and loop of stamped brass. The front has a central coloured print of the Escorial; the reverse shows the bride and groom and two other portraits and the Queen's coat of arms.
Spain (maker) (country)
Spanish (maker) (nationality)
length: (guards): 28.1
mid 19th century
Purchased with a grant from the National Heritage Memorial Fund and a gift from The Friends of the Fitzwilliam Museum
M.247-1985 (Applied Arts)