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Gresswell, John, b. 1798
Goldsmith and orchardist who was born in England who lived and worked in Perth in mid 1800s.
Cetta, Lawrence, b. 1803
LAWRENCE CITTA (Cetta), alias LORENZO CITTE, aged 32, born Italy about 1802, tried 1834 in Sheffield, and transported on “Mary Ann” to New South Wales ...
Flora, , b. 1809
19th Century shell necklace worker and member of the Ben Lomond Tribe of North-East Tasmania. A necklace she made is in the collection of the ...
Flavelle, John, b. 1816
Although he trained as an optician, John Flavelle apparently had the aptitude to earn his living as a photographer, watchmaker, jeweller and general importer. Flavelle ...
Tost, Jane, b. 1817
Taxidermist in partnership with her daughter Ada Jane Rohu. For over forty years (1860-1900) Jane Tost and Ada Jane Rohu were the most consistent and ...
Hogarth, Julius, b. 1820
Professional jeweller, smith, sculptor, engraver and diesinker of Danish origin. Resided and worked in Sydney and later Melbourne, is distinguished for his incorporation of Australian ...
Kosvitz, Augustus John, b. 1831
Queensland-based watchmaker, jeweller and metalsmith who produced presentation pieces and jewellery in gold and silver. A former employee of Hogarth, Erichsen & Co., Kosvitz introduced ...
Rushby, Charlotte, b. 1833
Charlotte Rushby was about nineteen when she made the model cottage, now in the Powerhouse Museum. She also made a model of an Aboriginal camp ...
Field, Margaret Ann, b. 1842
A painter and embroiderer who dedicated much of her life to the development of a new form of crocheted lace. An amateur astronomer, she wrote ...
Twynam, Emily Rose, b. 1845
Sketcher, designer and carver. Her numerous works are now owned by the National Trust (NSW).
Howitt, William, b. 1846
William Howitt was a woodcarver. He lived and worked in Western Australia and exhibited his carvings at international exhibitions.
Wintle, Eliza Catherine, b. 1848
Welsh born taxidermist who arrived in Australia on board the Kirkham in 1874.
Brown, Charles Allen, b. 1850
Charles Allen Brown was the pre-eminent manufacturing jeweller active in Brisbane during the last Quarter of the nineteenth century. An apprentice of Christian Ludwig Qwist, ...