1068 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 100 are shown here).
Silver christening cup and cover, marked Edward Feline, London, 1731; with silver liner, marked 'RS', Ireland, 1856
Bonbonnière with Temple of Saturn at the Roman Forum, gold and tortoiseshell, 1825.
Circular bonbonnière with dog, mosaic: Rome, 1810.
Necklace of six oval mosaic panels, gold, enamel and pearls, Rome, early 19th century
Snuffbox with peacock, Rome, micromosaic, gold and agate, 1810.
Large picture of Roman Cavalier, Rome, Luigi Tarantoni, late 19th/early 20th century.
Arch of Janus Quadrifons, Rome, attributed to Giacomo Raffaelli, 1780.
Rectangular micromosaic, picture of cavalier, Luigi Tarantoni, 1880.
Picture depicting Tomb of Cecilia Metella, Grand Ducal workshop, Florence, 1795.
Interior of St Peter's Basilica. Micromosaic, Rome. Augusto Moglia, 1899.
Picture depicting St Mark's Basilica, Rome or Venice. Micromosaic, gilt mosaic and marble, late 19th century.
Silver wine fountain, London hallmarks for 1713-14, mark of Pierre Platel
Still Life of Fruit, Flowers and Fish, Rome, 1850.
Snuffbox with grape harvesters. Gold, micromosaic, enamel, Box: Geneva, 1810.
Oval mosaic depicting a vase of flowers on a ledge. Rome, ca. 1870-1900.
The Ruins of Paestum. Micromosaic, Gioacchino Rinaldi, Rome, ca.1830
Table marble and gilt wood, Michelangelo Barberi, Rome. Base: C. Hindley & Sons, London, 1845.
Oval micromosaic showing a central fountain with a moonlit Colosseum and St. Peter's Square by day, Rome, prob. Michelangelo Barberi, 1840-60.
Snuffbox with landscape, figures and a town. Box: London, Christopher John Buckler. Micromosaic, gold, glass, ca.1820.
cup and cover
Standing cup and cover, silver, silver-gilt and wood, South Germany, early 17th century.
Micromosaic picture of the Temple of Sibyl at Tivoli, Rome, late 18th century
Silver-gilt soap box, London hallmarks for 1682-83, mark unidentified.
Design for a dish; Jean-Guillaume Moitte, Paris, second half of 18th century.
Mantel clock with ebonsied wood case and inlaid with hardstones; pietre dure: Florence, 1825-50; case: England or Florence, ca.1850.
Rectangular gold snuffbox with six enamel-painted scenes; Gabriel-Raoul Morel, Paris, 1819-32.
Enamelled gold snuffbox with the image on the cover of a recumbant lion, Moulinie, Bautte & Cie, Geneva, 1804-09.
Boat shaped patch box with antique vase, micromosaic, gold, gilt metal, moss agate, diamond; possibly Giacomo Raffaelli, probably Rome, 1775-1800
Table with doves and monuments of Rome; micromosaic; Rome, ca.1830
Folio, leather-bound, describing the Fishmonger's Pageant on Lord Mayor's Day in 1616.
Picture depicting a Girl with a Bowl of Fruit, Lavinia as Flora, Rome, Luigi Moglia, ca.1830
Meissen teapot and cover, silver-gilt and porcelain, Eloy Brichard, 1747.
Silver-gilt saltcellar with a circular body of shallow convex form; Paul Storr, London, 1821-22
Sauce tureen stand
Silver stand for sauce-tureen, London hallmarks for 1770-71, mark of Thomas Heming.
Nail cleaner - Toilet service, silver, silver-gilt, enamel, ivory, agate and glass. Augsburg, Tobias Baur, ca.1695.
Silver kettle with ivory finial on cover and silver stand and lamp; London hallmarks for 1736-1737, mark of Paul de Lamerie
Silver chamberstick, Paul de Lamerie, London, 1731-32
Silver shaving jug with crest of Bridges, maker's mark WS, London, 1682-83
Rectangular, gold-mounted hardstone snuffbox with insects and flowers; F.L. Hoffmann, Berlin or Dresden, ca. 1750
Rectangular, gold and enamel double snuffbox and watch; George Michael Moser, London, ca. 1760; and watch by Daniel de St Leu
Circular bonbonnière with glazed miniature of Benjamin Franklin by François Dumont, Paris, 1786
Rectangular, gold-mounted hardstone snuffbox with miniature inside of Frederick Augustus III; Johann Christian Neuber, Dresden, ca.1770
Pietre dure, chased and reeded gold, miniature on ivory, silk and paper, Dresden, ca.1800, by Johann Christian Neuber
Gold and enamelled snuffbox with spaniels; François-Nicolas Génard, Paris, 1763-64
Circular gold-mounted snuffbox, the base formed from a watchcase made by Robert Vauquer, Blois, ca. 1735
Two-sided locket pendant with miniatures, enamel on gold, French school, ca. 1630-40
Pietre dure set: Case. Probably Real Laboratorio, Naples, 1808.
Fitted case for Chain of the Chief Baron of the Exchequer
Miniature gold relief depicting the Crucifixion, poss. Germany or Bohemia, ca. 1620 (fragmented); mounted on historic but later leather backing
Miniature gold relief depicting the Sacrifice of Isaac, poss. Germany or Bohemia, ca. 1620 (fragmented); mounted on historic but later leather backing
Howdah made of silver and parcel-gilt embossed sheets pinned to a wooden frame; two seats upholstered with red velvet; India, late-19th century.
Rectangular gold-mounted, hardstone automaton snuffbox and watch; James Cox, London, 1766-72
Circular, gold and enamelled snuffbox, formed from an enamelled watchcase; snuffbox: probably London, ca. 1740; watchcase: Blois, ca. 1650
Snuffbox with vase of flowers. Bloodstone, gold, diamonds, emeralds, glass, foil. Designed by Jean Guillaume George Krüger, Berlin, Germany, ca. 1765.
Silver-gilt, London hallmarks for 1821-22, mark of Paul Storr.
Silver-gilt saltcellar resting on three scrolling foliage feet with spread eagles above. The circular body is of shallow convex form with a sunken centre; it is embossed with a band of flowers and shells on a matted ground incorporating a lion mask, dolphin head and vacant scroll cartouche. Above the plain, waisted neck is a border decorated with floral embossing. The liner is detachable.
Porringer and cover
Silver, London hallmarks for 1685-86, mark of John Duck.
Saltcellar, silver-gilt, Paul Storr, 1821.
Brazier, silver and wood, Augsburg, Daniel Schäffler I, ca.1712.
Compote and cover
Silver and glass, London hallmarks for 1820-21, mark of Paul Storr.
Reliquary, Naples, first half 18th century; with original fitted case.
Chalice, silver-gilt and enamel, Spain, circa 1600.
Brooch, gold and micromosaic, Italy, ca. 1870.
Cup, gold, Edward II and John Barnard, and Original leather box, 1857.
Pietre dure and micromosaic clock in the form of a triumphal arch, 1804. Case: Rome, Giacomo Raffaelli; clock: Paris, Abraham-Louis Breguet.
Ebonised wood, gilt bronze mounts, panels of pietre dure and pietra tenere, marble, Florence and France, ca.1830-70
Gold chalice, with enamel and pearls, Paris, 1870-1899, possibly made by Lucien Falize.
Beaker, silver-gilt and carved horn, Johann Jacob Adam, 1751.
Gold and enamel snuffbox set with diamonds, Geneva, ca.1800, mark of Sene and Detalla.
Gold tobacco box, set with a portrait cameo of Charles I, London, ca. 1670-85, with original leather case
Plaque, small circular micromosaic with a depiction of an owl, Rome, ca.1825-1850.
Boat-shaped box with centre of cockerel, Ivory, micromosaic and gold, Rome, 1800-20.
Circular mosaic plaque of Queen Caroline of Naples in a gilt rim.
Mahogany and hardstone cabinet, the front inset with eighteen small rectangular, and one semi-circular plaques with birds and flowers and a large plaque with a vase of flowers, the top of the cabinet with a raised arch.
Bonbonnière with chickens, Rome, micromosaic, gold and hardstone, 1800-25.
Augsburg clock, Silver-gilt, ebony and ivory, 17th century and later
Silver-gilt and malachite inkstand. London, Barnard., 1843-44
Plaque with frame
Micromosaic picture of bird on a cherry branch, Angelo Tomberli, Rome., ca.1790
Micromosaic picture of bird on a cherry branch, Angelo Tomberli, Rome. Signed and dated., 1786.
Gold, micromosaic and blue glass necklace, part of a suite of jewellery. Possibly Rome, ca. 1850.
Silver, London hallmarks for 1817-18, mark of Paul Storr.
Entre dish, cover and stand
Silver and Sheffield plate, London hallmarks for 1816-18, marks of Paul Storr and the Matthew Boulton Plate Company
Medium square entrée dish. Norfolk dinner service, silver, Paul Storr, 1816-1817.
Small square entrée dish. Norfolk dinner service, silver, Paul Storr, 1816-1817.
Painted and gilded terracotta modello for a ewer; Italy, ca. 1550.
A rectangular enamel miniature in gilt frame of Charles I after Van Dyck. Henry Bone, London, March 1825.
Silver and Sheffield plate, London hallmarks for 1817-18, mark of Paul Storr
Silver and Sheffield plate, London hallmarks for 1818-19, mark of Paul Storr
Silver soup tureen with stand; Paul Storr, London, 1806-7
Cup and cover
The Wright Seal cup and cover. Silver-gilt. Probably Phillip Rollos I or II, London, ca.1705.
Inkstand, silver, John Parker and Edward Wakelin, 1771
Gold covered cup; Thomas Pitts, London, 1764-65.