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Maak kennis met vijf Venetiaanse artigiani – Ciao tutti – ontdekkingsblog door Italië

Maak kennis met vijf Venetiaanse artigiani – Ciao tutti – ontdekkingsblog door Italië

Bona Sforza (1493-1557), Queen of Poland Cameo by Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio (Italian, Parma or Verona ca. 1500/1505–1565 Krakow (?)) Date: ca. 1530–40, and 19th century Culture: Poland (Cracow) and France Medium: Sardonyx, with gold and silver details; mounted in 19th century as a pendant in gold, with enamel, pearl and ruby

Bona Sforza (1493-1557), Queen of Poland Cameo by Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio (Italian, Parma or Verona ca. 1500/1505–1565 Krakow (?)) Date: ca. 1530–40, and 19th century Culture: Poland (Cracow) and France Medium: Sardonyx, with gold and silver details; mounted in 19th century as a pendant in gold, with enamel, pearl and ruby

Eredi Jovon, larte di vendere gioielli

Eredi Jovon, larte di vendere gioielli

Eredi Jovon, larte di vendere gioielli

Eredi Jovon, larte di vendere gioielli

the Bahamas and if you ever visit, you MUST do a Subdive, your basically riding an underwater scooter through the reef... And I tell you, It will be an unforgetable, amazing experience...

the Bahamas and if you ever visit, you MUST do a Subdive, your basically riding an underwater scooter through the reef... And I tell you, It will be an unforgetable, amazing experience...

One of the benefits of social media is the ability to connect

One of the benefits of social media is the ability to connect

margieinitaly | Follow Margie on her travels throughout Italy

margieinitaly | Follow Margie on her travels throughout Italy

Photo by Victoria De Maio

Photo by Victoria De Maio

Cammeo Onice

Cammeo Onice

Gold "Prudence" amulet with chalcedony cameo, enamel, rubies, emeralds, and pearls, French, 1550-60. Enamel on reverse after a design by Charles Etienne Delaune (1518 or 1519–probably 1583).

Gold "Prudence" amulet with chalcedony cameo, enamel, rubies, emeralds, and pearls, French, 1550-60. Enamel on reverse after a design by Charles Etienne Delaune (1518 or 1519–probably 1583).