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Sir Alfred Gilbert, M.V.O., R.A. (1854-1934)
    Sir Alfred Gilbert, M.V.O., R.A. (1854-1934) Saint George bronze, rich dark brown patina on green veined marble base 19 in. (48 cm.), high circa 1899-1900 Provenance Dr John F. Hayward.

Biographical Notes - Victorian Web
    Gilbert, Sir Alfred, 1854-1934. Sculptor and metalworker. Made numerous designs for jewellery, which are collected in an album now in a private collection (see Plate 62). Made the design for the Badge and Chain for the Mayor and Corporation of Preston in 1888 (ex. Royal Academy 1892), and the Presidential 'Badge for the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours between 1891 and 1896.

Pendant Gilbert, Alfred Sir V&A Search the Collections
    Sep 18, 2015 - Pendant of iron wire, shell and glass, designed and made by Sir Alfred Gilbert, England, probably 1890-1910. Museum Number M.79-1934.7.2/10(1.7K)

Necklace Gilbert, Alfred Sir V&A Search the Collections
    Sir Alfred Gilbert was one of turn-of-the-century Britain's most prominent sculptors. His most famous public work is Eros in Piccadilly circus, London. Eros is made of aluminium, and Gilbert's interest in experimenting with metal also led him to design highly distinctive pieces of jewellery. Many of these used wire, set with inexpensive materials such as glass, shell, or semi-precious stones.

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