Powerhouse Museum Gallery

  • Regency Egyptian Revival style settee by Thomas Hope
    87/592 Settee, Regency Egyptian Revival style, ebonised and gilt beech/ bronze and gilt brass mounts/ reproduction silk damask and trimmings, designed by Thomas Hope, maker unknown, England, c. 1802
  • 93/271/1 Chair, ‘Klismos’, painted wood / fabric, Greek revivial style, unknown designer and maker, England, c. 1817 Plus upholstery piece, printed velvet, circa 1870
  • 93/400/1 Radiogram, instruction booklets (12) and parts, ‘Electrosound triphonic AM/FM Stereo-radiogram’, wood/metal/plastic/paper, Electrosound Pty Ltd/Garrard, Australia, 1955-1960
  • Regency Egyptian Revival style armchairs by Thomas Hope
    A10447 Armchairs (pair), Regency Egyptian Revival style, ebonised and gilt beech and oak, bronze and gilt brass mounts/ reproduction silk damask and trimmings, designed by Thomas Hope (1769-1831), unknown maker, England, c. 1802
  • A493 Austrian Vienna porcelain cup and saucer (LC). Cup and saucer, Regency, (OF).
  • A8474 Dressing cabinet, Regency, mahogany, in the manner of George Bullock, England, c. 1815 (OF).
  • H3686 Lace lengths, (2), Buckinghamshire point ‘Regency’ border, bobbin made, cotton, England, early 19th century (OF).
  • H5580 Four Regency model (TR 1) transistor radios, size 5″ x 3″ x1 3/4″. each in moulded styrene case, complete with earpieces which plug into radio. One special carrying case for one pocket radio (SB).
  • Regency transistor radio
    H5580-1 Radio, portable TR-1 radio receiver, plastic / metal, designed by Painter, Teague & Petertil, made by Regency Division IDEA Inc, USA, 1954-1956
  • Red Regency pastic transistor radio
    H5580-2 Transistor radio, plastic / metal, made by Regency Division IDEA Inc, America, 1954-1958
  • A black Regency transistor radio
    H5580-3 Transistor radio, plastic / metal, made by Regency Division IDEA Inc, America, 1955-1964
  • Leather brown case for Regency transistor radio
    H5580-5 Case for transistor radio, Regency TR-1, made by Regency Division IDEA Inc, America, 1955-1964
  • A cardboard yellow box for a Regency transistor radio earphones
    H5580-6 Box for earphone from transistor radio, Regency TR-1, made by Regency Division IDEA Inc, America, 1955-1964
  • Cardboard box for transistor radio
    H5580-7 Packaging for transistor radio, paper, made by Regency Division IDEA Inc, America, 1955-1964
  • Encased plastic earphones
    H5580-9 Earphone in case, plastic / metal, made by Regency Division IDEA Inc, America, 1955-1964
  • Teapot
    H6615 Teapot, Sheffield plate and ebony, maker unknown, [England], c. 1810-1830
  • H6936 Baby’s white dress finely handsewn, Regency style, worn by John Nuttall, born 1816.(LC).
  • H8538 Musical Bracket Clock, by Thos. Uddal, England, c. 1805. Brazillian rosewood case, ebony and tulip inlays and ornamented with brass inlays in Regency taste. Twelve bells play 8 tunes at 12-3-6-9 o’clock 26″ high x 15″ wide x 9″ deep. (SB).
  • Regency tea urn
    2005/106/7 Tea urn, regency style, bronze / brass, maker unknown, England, 1810-1830.
  • Encased plastic earphones
    H5580-10 Earphone in case, plastic / metal, made by Regency Division IDEA Inc, America, 1955-1964
  • 2005/25/1-6 Poster, theatre, ‘Lilac Time’, paper, used by Tivoli Theatre, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1964