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Case for heliotrope tazza with turquoises and rubies
Velvet, Leather, Wood. 1600 - 1711
Ottoman Workshop
Case for heliotrope tazza with turquoises and rubies
Velvet, Leather, Wood. 1600 - 1711
Ottoman Workshop

This case takes the form of the vessel for which it was made, an Heliotrope tazza with turquoises and rubies (O71). The exquisite pieces from the Dauphin´s Treasure are complemented by the custom-made cases that match the shape of each and allow them to be safely transported and counted, as each can be recognized by the contours of its corresponding box. Their wooden structures are lined with wool

Gold tazza with turquoises and rubies
Gold, Ruby, Turquoise. 1580 - 1630
Ottoman Workshop; Mughal Workshop
Gold tazza with turquoises and rubies
Gold, Ruby, Turquoise. 1580 - 1630
Ottoman Workshop; Mughal Workshop

A vessel with a diminished arch profile, somewhat everted, and a round mouth, standing on a ring support. It is coated on the inside with a fine sheet of gold, and on the outside with a mosaic formed by 791 fragments of turquoise. The pattern consists of a band with a salient moulding running around the lip, and a latticed field of stalks, leaves and flowers, similar to that on vessel O-70 of the

Heliotrope tazza with turquoises and rubies
Gold, Ruby, Turquoise, Bloodstone. XVII century
Ottoman Workshop
Heliotrope tazza with turquoises and rubies
Gold, Ruby, Turquoise, Bloodstone. XVII century
Ottoman Workshop

A vessel carved in a single block of heliotrope. The bowl, with an oval mouth and a very open bell-shaped profile, rests on a smaller ring. The decoration consists of a pattern of lines running parallel to the rim and foot into which four large medallions are inserted, all in embedded gold following the Kundan technique. The medallions are formed with floral incrustations joined by leaves and stal

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