C/U of a Roman bust of a man with gold hair, beard and toga; C/U panning right of a carved Roman stone panel or wall frieze showing Roman figures and a bull; commentator says "This particular example is not authentic - it's a brilliant copy made by the British Museum. However, it wasn't made for historical...more
Very elegant and modern stainless steel cutlery produced by leading designer Robert Welch.
China plates are made at a factory (probably Wedgwood) in Barlaston, Staffordshire.
Paper tableware is made at a factory then used for serving food.
A complete dinner service made in miniature seen in Germany.
Footage of porcelain teapot being made into a silver one, Birmingham.
Quiz game that shows everyday objects magnified.
Brothers Sydney and Ernest Owen repair broken crockery and glass in Cricklewood, London.
The Plastics Exhibition is held at Olympia, London.