Ivory container with 9 circular ivory palettes, belonging to the miniaturist George Engleheart (1750-1829) Museum no. P.17-1925. Portrait Miniatures: Materials & Techniques - Victoria and Albert Museum
1790s Miniature Portrait Painter's Box - "Inside this artist’s box are two palettes, one in ivory and one in porcelain. There are gums for binding pigments or glazing, and brushes that have quill ferrules and bone handles. Also housed within the drawers are slivers of ivory cut into ovals and squares, pieces of paper, a brush rest, sponges, chalk, and galipots for water...."
Blue and white jasper ware paint chest or box for moist watercolours, with granulated ground and relief of boys carrying game, from Fiammingo: English, Staffordshire, Etruria, by Wedgwood, c. 1787. National Museums Scotland.
18C Watercolour Discs, Turner Palette mady by Pip Seymour Fine Art Products. Hand-made watercolour cakes, prepared with historic pigments, gum arabic, gum tragacanth, honey. Formed by hand and left to air dry into small round discs. Colours: Burgundy Apricot Ochre, Gamboge, Burgundy Yellow Ochre, Burgundy Red Ochre ,Madder Lake, Blue Verditer, Azurite, Ultramarine Ashes, Indigo, Honister Green Slate, Malachite.
Maria Fitzherbert, circa 1790 by Richard Cosway. She was the companion, and secretly (and illicitly) the wife of the Prince Regent. He repudiated her (with conflicted feelings) when he married Caroline of Brunswick, upon which occasion his debts of 600,000 pounds were paid for him. No official issue; some have claimed to be descended from this union.