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Citrine quartz vase in the shape of an oil lamp
Gold, Citrine, Cuarzo ahumado, Enamel. 1600 - 1630
Miseroni, Ottavio (?); Miseroni, Dionisio (?); Workshop Of The Miseroni
Citrine quartz vase in the shape of an oil lamp
Gold, Citrine, Cuarzo ahumado, Enamel. 1600 - 1630
Miseroni, Ottavio (?); Miseroni, Dionisio (?); Workshop Of The Miseroni

This vessel, described as a “velón” or oil lamp in the 1746 inventory of La Granja de San Ildefonso, is one of the few pieces in the Dauphin’s Treasure in their original state. It is made up of three pieces of citrine quartz and one, the finial, of smoky quartz, linked by five mounts and two gold handles in black enamel. On the egg-shaped body are four protrusions. Inserted on the smaller t

Jade vessel in the form of a mask on four dolphins
Nephrite, Silver gilt. Ca. 1600
Workshop Of The Miseroni; Miseroni, Ottavio; Debourg, Michel
Jade vessel in the form of a mask on four dolphins
Nephrite, Silver gilt. Ca. 1600
Workshop Of The Miseroni; Miseroni, Ottavio; Debourg, Michel

Vessel consisting of a piece of green nephrite carved in the form of an oil lamp. It repreents a fantastic mask with a wide open mouth, its eyebrows formed by leaves emerging from a double stalk that forms the handle. The round eyes, short nose and long moustaches frame gaping jaws with a rising protuberance visible inside. It rests on a base of silver gilt with friezes of acanthus leaves and gadr

Smoky quartz vase with mascarons and handles in the form of snakes
Gold, Cuarzo ahumado, Diamond, Emerald, Enamel. 1600 - 1610
Miseroni, Ottavio (?); Workshop Of The Miseroni
Smoky quartz vase with mascarons and handles in the form of snakes
Gold, Cuarzo ahumado, Diamond, Emerald, Enamel. 1600 - 1610
Miseroni, Ottavio (?); Workshop Of The Miseroni

A vessel composed of four pieces: a high bowl with an oval section and bell-shaped profile, a cover in the form of a flattened cupola with a turned finial, and a low foot with a support ring. All this is joined by three mounts, the largest being that on the rim, which includes two small handles formed by two pairs of arched serpents. Emerging from the lower part of the bowl until nearly half-way u

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