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Jelly Collection

Background imageJelly Collection: A selection of copper border and jelly moulds

A selection of copper border and jelly moulds

Background imageJelly Collection: A selection of jelly and cake moulds

A selection of jelly and cake moulds

Background imageJelly Collection: DESSERTS (1890)

DESSERTS (1890)
Jelly, blancmange, trifle, tarts and tartlets, puddings, pancakes, dumplings, biscuits and Christmas Plum Pudding !

Background imageJelly Collection: Trade catalogue for copper moulds with tin lining 1911

Trade catalogue for copper moulds with tin lining 1911
Trade catalogue for Harrords department store, showing round fluted copper moulds with tin inside. Date: 1911

Background imageJelly Collection: Trade catalogue for jelly and cake moulds 1911

Trade catalogue for jelly and cake moulds 1911
Trade catalogue for Harrords department store, showing jelly and cake moulds in a variety of shapes. Date: 1911

Background imageJelly Collection: Copper Moulds

Copper Moulds
Copper jelly and cream moulds - the more elaborate cost as much as 18 shillings, a great deal of money in those days, 30 or more in year 2000 term"

Background imageJelly Collection: Physalia pelagica, Portugese-man-of-war

Physalia pelagica, Portugese-man-of-war
Illustration by Rene Primevcre Lesson from Voyage of the Coquille (1826-1338)

Background imageJelly Collection: Strawberry Cup Jelly

Strawberry Cup Jelly
A strawberry cup jelly

Background imageJelly Collection: Ctenophora or comb jellies

Ctenophora or comb jellies
Ctenophora or comb jelly: Haeckelia rubra 1, 2, Hormiphora species 3, Callianira bialata 4, Tinerfe cyanea 5, and Lampea pancerina 6

Background imageJelly Collection: Box lid, Harradine Crystallised Jelly Fruits

Box lid, Harradine Crystallised Jelly Fruits Date: circa 1950

Background imageJelly Collection: Advert for Certo pure fruit pectin, featuring a recipe for strawberry jam. Date: 1932

Advert for Certo pure fruit pectin, featuring a recipe for strawberry jam. Date: 1932

Background imageJelly Collection: Original Artwork - Card design for second birthday

Original Artwork - Card design for second birthday
Original Artwork - Design for a folding second birthday card. A Lovely party tea in full swing with jelly, cake and party hats. (2 of 2) Date: circa 1937

Background imageJelly Collection: Comic postcard, Woman on the phone

Comic postcard, Woman on the phone Date: 20th century

Background imageJelly Collection: Naked-eye medusa and hydrozoan jellyfish

Naked-eye medusa and hydrozoan jellyfish
Naked-eye medusa, Orythia viridis, Oritia verde 1, and hydrozoans, Geryonia proboscidalis, Dianea gabert 2, and Liriope tetraphylla, Gerionia tetrafilla 3

Background imageJelly Collection: Naked-eye medusa and crystal jelly

Naked-eye medusa and crystal jelly
Naked-eye medusa jellyfish, Berenix euchroma 1 and crystal jelly, Aequorea cyanea 2. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze Naturali

Background imageJelly Collection: Siphonophores, Diphyes dispar

Siphonophores, Diphyes dispar, Diphyes boryi, Difie del Bory. Handcoloured copperplate stipple engraving from Antoine Laurent de Jussieus Dizionario delle Scienze Naturali

Background imageJelly Collection: Jelly stands and servers

Jelly stands and servers. Lithograph from a catalog of metal products manufactured by Wuerttemberg Metalware Factory, Geislingen, Germany, 1896

Background imageJelly Collection: Yellow brain, Tremella mesenterica

Yellow brain, Tremella mesenterica
Plaited yellow tremella, Tremella mesenterica. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after a drawing by James Sowerby for James Smiths English Botany, 1800

Background imageJelly Collection: Morel and jelly baby mushrooms

Morel and jelly baby mushrooms
Half-free morel, Morchella semilibera, jelly baby, Leotia lubrica, and false morel, Verpa digitaliformis. Chromolithograph by Lassus after an illustration by A

Background imageJelly Collection: Varieties of jellyfish

Varieties of jellyfish including moon jelly, Aurelia aurita, Portuguese man o war, Physalia physalis, mauve stinger, Pelagia noctiluca, etc

Background imageJelly Collection: Carrageen moss or Irish moss, Chondrus crispus

Carrageen moss or Irish moss, Chondrus crispus. Handcoloured lithograph by Hanhart after a botanical illustration by David Blair from Robert Bentley and Henry Trimens Medicinal Plants, London, 1880

Background imageJelly Collection: Adverts, Annandale & Son Ltd, John Mackay & Co, Scotland

Adverts, Annandale & Son Ltd, John Mackay & Co, Scotland
Adverts for Annandale & Son Ltd, Polton Paper Works, Midlothian, and John Mackay & Co, Manufacturing Chemists, Edinburgh, Scotland. 1905

Background imageJelly Collection: Advert, Edward Pinks Table Jellies

Advert, Edward Pinks Table Jellies. 1888

Background imageJelly Collection: Hungry Boy Can t Wait Date: 1947

Hungry Boy Can t Wait Date: 1947

Background imageJelly Collection: Carmarina hastata, jellyfish model

Carmarina hastata, jellyfish model
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: MARINE LIFE JELLYFISH

MARINE LIFE JELLYFISH
Ctenophores, a type of jellyfish or comb jelly. Date: 19th century

Background imageJelly Collection: Jelly glass

Jelly glass
Short jelly or dessert glass cut with round-topped flutes on short stem and plain foot made in England in c.1830-40. Date: c.1830-1840

Background imageJelly Collection: Atelettes -- food on decorative skewers

Atelettes -- food on decorative skewers, including shellfish, vegetables, crystallised fruit, truffles and jelly. circa 1890

Background imageJelly Collection: Physalia pelagica, jellyfish model

Physalia pelagica, jellyfish model
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: Christmas card in the shape of a jar of red currant jelly

Christmas card in the shape of a jar of red currant jelly -- open to reveal a hare inside. (2 of 2) Date: circa 1890s

Background imageJelly Collection: Supper Table -- how we entertain our friends

Supper Table -- how we entertain our friends. Accompanying an article entitled How I keep house on 250 per annum. 1885

Background imageJelly Collection: Chrysaora isosceles, jellyfish model

Chrysaora isosceles, jellyfish model
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: Chrysaora isosceles, jellyfish

Chrysaora isosceles, jellyfish
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: Repeating Pattern - Variety of dessert dishes

Repeating Pattern - Variety of dessert dishes. *PLEASE NOTE that the magnifying glass is solely to show the detail of the repeating pattern and will not feature on the final file.*

Background imageJelly Collection: Amphiroa - Anatomy of calycophoridae

Amphiroa - Anatomy of calycophoridae
Plate 5 from The Oceanic Hydrozoa 1859 by T. H. Huxley

Background imageJelly Collection: Mawsonites spriggi, fossil jellyfish

Mawsonites spriggi, fossil jellyfish
This is a cast of the holotype of Mawsonites spriggi, a specimen of the Ediacara fauna from the Pre-cambrian of Australia

Background imageJelly Collection: Wincarnis Wine Jelly Ad

Wincarnis Wine Jelly Ad
Wincarnis Old English wine jelly. " A new flavour - the sun- kissed grape" Date: 1931

Background imageJelly Collection: Artistic Jellies

Artistic Jellies, in a range of shapes and colours. circa 1890

Background imageJelly Collection: Advert / Cornflour 1933

Advert / Cornflour 1933
Brown & Polsons Flavoured Cornflour Date: 1933

Background imageJelly Collection: Cutout advertisement for Rowntrees chocolates

Cutout advertisement for Rowntrees chocolates
Cutout advertisement for Rowntrees Free Gift Boxes of Elect chocolates. Date: early 20th century

Background imageJelly Collection: Cutout advertisement for Rowntrees Elect chocolates

Cutout advertisement for Rowntrees Elect chocolates, with portraits of royal children round the edge. Date: early 20th century

Background imageJelly Collection: Physophora hydrostatica, jellyfish model

Physophora hydrostatica, jellyfish model
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: Physophora hydrostatica, jellyfish

Physophora hydrostatica, jellyfish
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: Physalia pelagica, jellyfish

Physalia pelagica, jellyfish
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: Polyclonia frondosa, jellyfish

Polyclonia frondosa, jellyfish
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: Carmarina hastata, jellyfish model

Carmarina hastata, jellyfish model
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: Carmarina hastata, jellyfish

Carmarina hastata, jellyfish
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageJelly Collection: Polyclonia frondosa, jellyfish model

Polyclonia frondosa, jellyfish model
A glass model of a jellyfish, created by Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka in the late nineteenth century and held at the Natural History Museum, London



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