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The first publication on the Michael Wellby beuest to the Ashmolean introducing over sixty of the most important objects from this collection Many of the objects included have not been previously published or reproduced Fully illustrated Glossary of technical terms bibliography and indexThe Wellby Beuest received by the Ashmolean Museum in 2013 consists of some 500 precious and exotic objects mainly from Continental Europe from the late medieval to the rococo and is the most remarkable accession of this kind of material to any museum in the UK since the beuest of Ferdinand de Rothschild to the British Museum in 1898 the Waddesdon Beuest The collection was assembled by three generations of the Wellby family with an intention that it should reflect the great princely treasure chambers Kunstkammer preserved in Dresden Vienna Innsbruck and elsewhere Many of these objects have never been previously published This beautiful and accessible book introduces over sixty of the prime pieces from this astonishing addition to the Ashmolean presenting material of the type incomparably superior to anything in other UK museums outside London Both authors are specialists in European decorative arts of the Renaissance and later periodsPublished to coincide with the opening of the new Wellby Beuest Gallery in the Ashmolean Museum September 2015The first publication on the Michael Wellby beuest to the Ashmolean introducing over sixty of the most important objects from this collection Many of the objects included have not been previously published or reproduced Fully illustrated Glossary of technical terms bibliography and indexThe Wellby Beuest received by the Ashmolean Museum in 2013 consists of some 500 precious and exotic objects mainly from Continental Europe from the late medieval to the rococo and is the most remarkable accession of this kind of material to any museum in the UK since the beuest of Ferdinand de Rothschild to the British Museum in 1898 the Waddesdon Beuest The collection was assembled by three generations of the Wellby family with an intention that it should reflect the great princely treasure chambers Kunstkammer preserved in Dresden Vienna Innsbruck and elsewhere Many of these objects have never been previously published This beautiful and accessible book introduces over sixty of the prime pieces from this astonishing addition to the Ashmolean presenting material of the type incomparably superior to anything in other UK museums outside London Both authors are specialists in European decorative arts of the Renaissance and later periodsPublished to coincide with the opening of the new Wellby Beuest Gallery in the Ashmolean Museum September 2015The first publication on the Michael Wellby beuest to the Ashmolean introducing over sixty of the most important objects from this collection Many of the objects included have not been previously published or reproduced Fully illustrated Glossary of technical terms bibliography and indexThe Wellby Beuest received by the Ashmolean Museum in 2013 consists of some 500 precious and exotic objects mainly from Continental Europe from the late medieval to the rococo and is the most remarkable accession of this kind of material to any museum in the UK since the beuest of Ferdinand de Rothschild to the British Museum in 1898 the Waddesdon Beuest The collection was assembled by three generations of the Wellby family with an intention that it should reflect the great princely treasure chambers Kunstkammer preserved in Dresden Vienna Innsbruck and elsewhere Many of these objects have never been previously published This beautiful and accessible book introduces over sixty of the prime pieces from this astonishing addition to the Ashmolean presenting material of the type incomparably superior to anything in other UK museums outside London Both authors are specialists in European decorative arts of the Renaissance and later periodsPublished to coincide with the opening of the new Wellby Beuest Gallery in the Ashmolean Museum September 2015