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Degree Show banners

Unhemmed printed cotton banner for GSA Degree Show 2001. Digital image of mouth and section of face in pink and purple. Text in black and pink. List of degree show sponsors: Campari, Beat 106 Non-stop, Gordon Yuill and Company. Also has logo of printing company, Stork Digital Print and job number, and the logo of Glasgow School of Art Centre for Advanced Textiles.

Centre for Advanced Textiles

Degree Show banners

Unhemmed printed cotton banner for GSA Degree Show 2001. Digital image of mouth and section of face in pink and purple. Text in black and pink. List of degree show sponsors: Campari, Beat 106 Non-stop, Gordon Yuill and Company. Also has logo of printing company, Stork Digital Print and job number.

Centre for Advanced Textiles

Degree Show banners

Unhemmed printed cotton banner for GSA Degree Show 2001. Digital image of mouth and section of face in pink and purple. Text in black and pink. List of degree show sponsors: Campari, Beat 106 Non-stop, Gordon Yuill and Company. Also has logo of printing company, Stork Digital Print and job number.

Centre for Advanced Textiles

Mrs. Keith of Raveltson

Costume doll: Mrs Keith of Raveltson, Grandmother of Marjorie Fleming and friend of Sir Walter Scott (or Charlotte Charpentier, Sir Walter Scott's Wife).

Not available / given

Textile related to the Mackintosh Interpreted exhibition

Mackintosh's textile design: flower bulbs 1915-23 copied from watercolour in the Hunterian Collection, cat:GLAHA41999 (1 of 3).

Fabric from the Mackintosh Re-Interpreted Exhibition, Hunterian Museum & Art Gallery, 2008, with digital recreations of Mackintosh original designs and new designs by Vicky Begg, J.R.Campbell and Alan Shaw.

Centre for Advanced Textiles

Mackintosh banner

This screen printed banner with a large photo of Mackintosh depicts his signature and the Glasgow School of Art emblem reading: "There is honour in honest error none in the icy perfection of the mere stylist".

Not available / given

George Heriot

Costume doll: George Heriot also known as 'Jangling Geordie', 1563-1624, Jeweller to James VI and founder of 'Heriot's School', (or Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, c1545-1567).

Not available / given

Sir Walter Scott

Costume doll: Sir Walter Scott, 1773-1832, 1st Baronet was a prolific Scottish historical novelist and poet popular throughout Europe.

Not available / given

Prince Albert

Costume doll: Prince Albert of Saxcoburg-Gotha, Consort of Queen Victoria (or 19th Century Man).

Not available / given

Marjorie Fleming

Costume doll: Marjorie Fleming, also known as 'Pet Marjorie' who wrote a diary at about 7 years old, (or Sir Walter Scott's Daughter).

Not available / given

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