The Honorable Mrs. John Proby, Later Lady Carysfort (née Elizabeth Allen)
This half-length pastel portrait depicts a woman looking directly out of the portrait with her body turned slightly toward her right. She wears an elaborate diaphanous collar with lace fringes that is tied at the neck with a pink ribbon and a dress made of luxurious fabrics. While the face of the sitter is smooth and idealized, her clothing is rendered with meticulous attention to detail and texture.
This black and white photograph has a horizontal format depicting three headshots of men with their faces obscured. There are handdrawn forms- a cone on the face of one man and a hexagram (six-pointed star; Star of David), a tiny square and a square divided into four parts below the headshots.
A finely potted stoneware beaker with a rounded bottom and a lightly incised, freely drawn leaf scroll spreading across the widest part of the body, flanked by incised double horizontal lines, all covered evenly with an yellow green glaze. Four spur markes inside.