Documents associated with: silver
Record 2 of 7
System Number: 00511
Date: [22 June 1888]
Recipient: Gertrude Elizabeth Campbell
Repository: Glasgow University Library
Call Number: MS Whistler C12
Document Type: ALS
How very pretty of you! -
No one but the Queen Leopard shall purr as she has done -
Yes I think that my Luck and I can together collect silver baskets and blue China, and like [p. 2] the "few" of this world - and indeed invent the undiscovered couple!
For You know the Trixie is my 'Luck' - - and see how well the trefoil and the butterfly belong -
14. Upper Cheyne Row is the address -
where Trixie will be delighted to see the Snow Leopard -
Envelope:Call Number: Whistler LB 5/148/2
'The Lady Collin Campbell.
67. Carlisle Mansions.
Victoria. S. W.'
[postmark:] 'June 22. 1888.'
1. [22 June 1888]
Dated from postmark as recorded by the copyist.
3. BEEFSTEAK CLUB.
4. silver baskets and blue china
Their collection (mainly of Georgian and Dutch silver and chinese poreclain) came to the Hunterian Art Gallery.
6. [butterfly signature]
Butterfly signature placed on a trefoil, which was the monogram of Beatrix Philip, designed before her marriage ('B' and reversed 'P').