These objects look at the work of a number of Orientalists of the 19th Century, including Owen Jones, Christopher Dresser and James Wild, and how their links to the Kensington area and the formation of the Victoria & Albert Museum was intrinsic to the eventual acceptance of an Islamic Revival in architecture and design, thus presenting a polychromatic rebuttal to the peculiar whiteness of this period's neo-classical and Gothic Revivalist tendencies.