Miss Cutter

Associated with Ethnology collections

Probably Eva Cutter, whose family ran a business dealing in natural history and ethnographic items. She took over the family business in the 1890s and was business partner and common-law wife of WD Webster, dealer in ethnographic artefacts. Miss Cutter operated from 35 Great Russell Street, London.

Source: JCH King (2006) 'WD Webster' in Hermione Waterfield and JCH King (eds) Provenance: Twelve Collectors of Ethnographic Art in England 1760-1990. Paris: Barbier-Mueller and The British Museum.
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    Previous owner
  • Nationality
    Unknown or unrecorded
  • Born
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  • Place of birth
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1 item(s) from the New Zealand collection related to Miss Cutter

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