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Auction catalogue Lot 1256 Arts and crafts amethyst, zircon, and pearl floral wreath bracelet by Dorrie Nossiter, England. Est. $1,500-2,500.

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Note: Black and white copy from British Library (4 colour) Abstract - Traces the popularity of, and correlative prices paid for, certain items of ceramics, glass, metalwork, jewellery and furniture which have appeared at auctions over the past year, drawing particular attention to well-established names in each field, such as Clarice Cliff, Moorcroft, Doulton, Monart, Archibald Knox for Liberty & Co., Dorrie Nossiter, Ernest Gimson and Ray Hille.

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Walker’s Galleries. (1938) An exhibition of four women’s work : Mary Ireland, the originator of fabric mosaic ; Dorrie Nossiter, original handwrought jewellery ; Greta Lisa De Snellman-Jaderholm, pottery and glass (Finland) ; Amy Bond, trees sketched with a needle. Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Walker’s Galleries, London, May 20th to June 2nd, 1938. London : Walker’s Galleries, [6] p. ; 22 cm. National Art Library.

Walker’s Galleries. (1939) An exhibition of four women’s work : Mary Ireland, the originator of fabric mosaics ; Dorrie Nossiter, original handwrought jewellery ; Amy Bond, trees sketched with a needle ; Cssa. Lisa Sarfatti Scopoli, (Marlisa)-new floral lighting effects : May 12th to 25th,1939. London: Walker’s Galleries, [7] p. ; 22 cm. National Art Library.

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