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Plaster decoration, ceiling plaster, waratah, Australian flora, used by Lucien Henry to teach apprentices in building trades and art students at Sydney Technical College, Ultimo, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1882-1891, maker unknown

Plaster decoration, ceiling plaster, waratah, Australian flora, used by Lucien Henry to teach apprentices in building trades and art students at Sydney Technical College, Ultimo, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1882-1891, maker unknown

Portrait format plaster panel, mounted on black stained wood board and affixed by a metal screw, hooks and a metal bracket at the lower corners. Panel depicts a spray of a waratah and waratah bud, with foliage, held together by a ribbon. This image is the same as that in A2443. Two metal loops affixed to the upper edge of the panel for hanging.
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