British King George IV’s Obsession with Asian Artwork, British Prince Albert’s Artwork Collection, Electroforming to Create a Gold Dipped Rose, and Albert’s South Kensington Museum

King George IV had many Asian pieces of artwork within his collection, but he particularly favored his small, colored figurines of people, whose head would wobble similar to a modern day bobble head toy. George IV enjoyed making each figurines head bobble before guests took a walk through his gallery so that they would sometimes perform a double take when suddenly noticing that a statue or two was moving. George VI had very eclectic taste and would often substitute things for something which loo...

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