Studio of John Miers (British, circa 1758-1821) Double-sided silhouettes of a young boy and his sister, both profile to the right: he, wearing coat and frilled chemise; she, wearing dress with frilled trim
Attributed to William Russell Birch (British/American, 1755-1834) Nancy, Countess of Maynard (d. 1814/5), seated, her left arm resting on a stone plinth and her cheek resting against her left hand, wearing two-tone gold silk dress, white lace cuffs and trim to her décolleté, cream stole with red and green embroidery and matching turban, a small framed bust-length silhouette fastened to a red ribbon bow at her corsage with three pearl strands suspended below, pearl necklace
Continental School, circa 1760 A Nobleman, wearing suit of armour, white stock and lace cravat, green frill to his collar and gardbrace, a red ermine trimmed cloak secured at his right shoulder with a cameo brooch, a breast star on his left side, his powdered wig worn en queue and tied with a black ribbon bow
Nathaniel Hone (Irish, 1718-1784) A Gentleman, wearing mauve coat and waistcoat with gold lace and buttons to each, white frilled lace chemise and white stock, his powdered hair worn en queue and tied with a black ribbon bow
Nathaniel Hone (Irish, 1718-1784) Sir James Quaile Somerville (d.1800), 3rd Bt, wearing mauve coat and waistcoat both with gold embroidered trim and buttons, white lace cravat and stock, black solitaire, his powdered wig worn en queue and tied with a black ribbon bownext page
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