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Grilles from Queen Victoria Building Sydney

Designed
Grilles (8), Queen Victoria Building, cast copper, Wunderlich Limited, Australia, 1935
Eight rectangular cast metal grilles. Border is flat punched with holes on each corner. Body of grille is inverted and has abstract floral and geometric design, cut out and moulded. Screws included.

Summary

Object No.

85/2419-60

Object Statement

Grilles (8), Queen Victoria Building, cast copper, Wunderlich Limited, Australia, 1935
Eight rectangular cast metal grilles. Border is flat punched with holes on each corner. Body of grille is inverted and has abstract floral and geometric design, cut out and moulded. Screws included.

Physical Description

Grilles (8), Queen Victoria Building, cast copper, Wunderlich Limited, Australia, 1935
Eight rectangular cast metal grilles. Border is flat punched with holes on each corner. Body of grille is inverted and has abstract floral and geometric design, cut out and moulded. Screws included.

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Grilles from Queen Victoria Building Sydney 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 25 June 2022, <https://ma.as/39680>

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