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Rock Crystal & Gilded Silver Casket Belonging to Catherine de Medici -- The most valuable object she brought with her to France. By the Italian master gem cutter, Valerio Belli Vincentino. - Silver Museum of the Pitti Palace, Florence

Embriachi Workshop, "Marriage Casket with scenes from Jason and the Golden Fleece," Venice c. 1400-1410. The myth of Jason and the Golden Fleece is depicted in bone and horn on this fifteenth century marriage chest from Venice.

Embriachi Workshop, "Marriage Casket with scenes from Jason and the Golden Fleece," Venice c. The myth of Jason and the Golden Fleece is depicted in bone and horn on this fifteenth century marriage chest from Venice.

Antique French Renaissance "Barrel" Chair, Only rarely do we discover such artistry on such a diminutive scale! This impressive armchair was artfully sculpted from solid French white oak, and features a barrel style wraparound back supported by a tripod base, but that's where the simplicity ends. Ca. 1840's

Antique French Renaissance "Barrel" Chair, this impressive armchair was artfully sculpted from solid French white oak, and features a barrel style wraparound back supported by a tripod base, but that's where the simplicity ends.

Italian  Rock Crystal Casket, first half of the 16th century  Plaques: rock crystal; mount: enamel and gold

Italian Rock Crystal Casket, first half of the century Plaques: rock crystal; mount: enamel and gold.sorry its a casket but its beautifulness LOL!

Unraveling the Mysteries of the Saint Amandus Reliquary - Articles from the Walters Art Museum

François-Désiré Froment-Meurice, Félix Duban, Jean Feuchère, Adolphe Victor Geoffroy-Dechaume, Michel Liénard, E. Sollier, Louis Joseph Gris...

François-Désiré Froment-Meurice, Félix Duban, Jean Feuchère, Adolphe Victor Geoffroy-Dechaume, Michel Liénard, E. Sollier, Louis Joseph Gris...

Chrismatory [Limoges] (17.190.853) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chrismatory [Limoges] ca. 1200 Small enamel ornamented box with held chrism (consecrated oils) for anointing. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Box with Enamel Plaques  Date: first half 14th century Geography: Made in probably Vienna, Austria Culture: Austrian Medium: copper gilt, enamel

Box with Enamel Plaques Date: first half century Geography: Made in probably Vienna, Austria Culture: Austrian Medium: copper gilt, enamel

https://flic.kr/p/azJQTM | Limoges Reliquary - Kimbell Art Museum | Reliquary Casket; c. 1200–1220; French (Limoges); Champlevé enamel on copper, wood core; 22.6 x 24.2 x 10.5 cm Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas; AP 1979.26 wikimedia

Champlevé enamel on copper, wood core; x x cm Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas;

French unknown maker c. 1770 Veneered on oak, 88 x 120 cm Wallace Collection, London The chest is veneered on oak with Boulle marquetry of engraved brass on tortoise-shell over red pigment. André-Charles Boulle, who founded a dynasty of royal and Parisian cabinet-makers (ébénistes), gave his name to a technique of marquetry employing tortoise-shell and brass with pewter in arabesque or intricately foliate designs. Boulle marquetry dropped out of favor in the 1720s, but was revived in the…

1642 - André-Charles Boulle marquetry master the style of Louis XIV (d. André-Charles Boulle (Paris, France, November 1642 - Paris, France, February designed and produced furniture for the court of Louis XIV.

ANTIQUE VINTAGE VICTORIAN ENGRAVED STEEL CASKET BOX, VELVET LINED WITH ORIGINAL IVORY KEY.

antique vintage Victorian engraved steel casket box, velvet lined with original ivory key

The Battle of Pavia in an engraved rock crystal cameo relief commissioned by Cardinal Ippolito de' Medici, by Giovanni Bernardi, Rome, c 1531-35 (Walters Art Museum)

The Battle of Pavia in an engraved rock crystal cameo relief commissioned by Cardinal Ippolito de' Medici, by Giovanni Bernardi, Rome, c (Walters Art Museum)

RENAISSANCE CHEST Oak wood H: 84 cm - W: 148 cm - D: 71.5 cm France (Normandy) sixteenth century interior with original covers, hinge replaced restorations and maintenance

RENAISSANCE CHEST Oak wood H: 84 cm - W: 148 cm - D: cm France (Normandy) sixteenth century interior with original covers, hinge replaced restorations and maintenance

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