THE CABINET STAR.
A VERY pretty and ingenious little device, called " the Cabinet Star," —or it may be termed the " Star of Reform" with equal propriety,_ deserves notice, for the sake of the admirable medallion profile of the King, a very accurate copy from CHANTREY'S bust, which forms the centre. In the circle surrounding it, are the names of the Cabinet Ministers. It is an impression in relief, on card-board, from a die ; and the copies are printed in colours, showing the medallion and inscrip- tion raised in white. The effect is singularly neat and pretty, and the execution of a superior kind. It will, no doubt, be one of the most po- pular trifles of the day.