Copper, silver and mother-of pearl, 1907, made by John Paul Cooper. John Paul Cooper was an architect and a leading craftsman in the Arts and Crafts Movement, specialising in metalwork and jewellery. This ornate cross dates from 1907 when Cooper was Head of the Metalwork Department at Birmingham School of Art. The arms are decorated with mother-of-pearl, the silver central roundel features the Madonna and Child, and two of the four arched panels open to form a triptych.


  • Title: Cross

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