Asca neeo
Altre idee da Asca
Brass | 真鍮 | Latón | Shinchū | латунь | Laiton | Messing | Metal | Colour | Texture | Pattern | Style | Design | Composition | Photography | Skeleton Keys. Steel with Brass Handles.

Brass | 真鍮 | Latón | Shinchū | латунь | Laiton | Messing | Metal | Colour | Texture | Pattern | Style | Design | Composition | Photography | Skeleton Keys. Steel with Brass Handles.

from Antiquezar

from Antiquezar

Key, made in France, c.1803-13 (source). Originally owned by Joseph-Napoleon Bonaparte, elder brother of Napoleon, it bears his royal monogram.

Key, made in France, c.1803-13 (source). Originally owned by Joseph-Napoleon Bonaparte, elder brother of Napoleon, it bears his royal monogram.

The Key, posted by ZsaZsaBellagio.blogspot.com. Pinned for intricate detail/inspiration.

The Key, posted by ZsaZsaBellagio.blogspot.com. Pinned for intricate detail/inspiration.

Chamber Gentleman's Key to the Spanish Royal Household. Gilt Bronze. Spain. Circa 1834. 16cm.

Chamber Gentleman's Key to the Spanish Royal Household. Gilt Bronze. Spain. Circa 1834. 16cm.

Key to the Royal Chapel. The model of this key was designed by Grettepin around 1710. The main door of the Royal Chapel of Chateau De Versailles links the nave to the lower vestibule. It is likely that this magnificent key was used only on rare occasions, or that it had a purely symbolic function.

Key to the Royal Chapel. The model of this key was designed by Grettepin around 1710. The main door of the Royal Chapel of Chateau De Versailles links the nave to the lower vestibule. It is likely that this magnificent key was used only on rare occasions, or that it had a purely symbolic function.

50 pcs assorted antiqued bronze skeleton keys charms pendants (2 3/8 to 3.25 inches long)    Great finding for making bracelets, necklaces, earrings,

50 pcs assorted antiqued bronze skeleton keys charms pendants (2 3/8 to 3.25 inches long) Great finding for making bracelets, necklaces, earrings,

Palace Key, Germany, late 18th–early 19th century, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Palace Key, Germany, late 18th–early 19th century, the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Key to the front door of the Royal Chapel of Versailles in the Palace of Versailles - google images

Key to the front door of the Royal Chapel of Versailles in the Palace of Versailles - google images