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Heliotrope cup with two gold masks, Cup with a lid supported by a female figure, Bloodstone vessel with three gold-coloured dolphins
Albumen on photographic paper. Ca. 1879
Anonymous; Laurent y Minier, Juan
Heliotrope cup with two gold masks, Cup with a lid supported by a female figure, Bloodstone vessel with three gold-coloured dolphins
Albumen on photographic paper. Ca. 1879
Anonymous; Laurent y Minier, Juan

Jasper boat-shaped cup with a dragon
Opal, Gold, Bloodstone, Polychrome jasper, Enamel. 1625 - 1654
Delabarre, Pierre
Jasper boat-shaped cup with a dragon
Opal, Gold, Bloodstone, Polychrome jasper, Enamel. 1625 - 1654
Delabarre, Pierre

Vessel comprising four hardstone pieces and five enamelled gold mounts. The oblong bowl has a boat-shaped profile with gadroons at the ends. A leaf-shaped piece serving as a lip is joined to the body with a mount of leaves and rows of beads enamelled in white and sky blue. The stem consists of a heliotrope ball and a balustroid piece linked to a flat oval foot, with an adornment of rounded leaves

Oval heliotrope platter
Gold, Silver gilt, Gilt-copper, Bloodstone, Pearls, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni
Oval heliotrope platter
Gold, Silver gilt, Gilt-copper, Bloodstone, Pearls, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni

Oval platter made up of eighteen pieces of heliotrope joined by a gilt bronze frame and a recessed central body with cruciform motif around a central oval. Attached to the structure of the mounting are several overlays of enamelled gold, some now lost, adorned with thirty-seven pearls, of which twenty-five remain today. There is a similar platter at the Musée du Louvre, which suggests that

Heliotrope cup with two gold masks
Gold, Bloodstone. 1600 - 1650
Anonymous
Heliotrope cup with two gold masks
Gold, Bloodstone. 1600 - 1650
Anonymous

Vessel made up of three pieces of heliotrope and four gold mounts. The bowl has an oblong mouth and four broad gadroons separated by four narrower ones. It opens out towards the middle to become slightly bell-shaped. At each end, two male masks in chased gold hold a rope pattern ring in their mouths. It is attached to the stem by means of a gold mount with incised floral decoration and C-shaped ad

Gadrooned cup with an eagle’s head
Spinel, Gold, Silver gilt, Ruby, Serpentine, Diamond, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1600 - 1620
Belle, Josias (?); Workshop Of The Sarachi
Gadrooned cup with an eagle’s head
Spinel, Gold, Silver gilt, Ruby, Serpentine, Diamond, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1600 - 1620
Belle, Josias (?); Workshop Of The Sarachi

A vessel made up of five pieces, the body of serpentine and the rest of heliotrope. By means of a silver gilt volute and a circle of rubies and diamonds in the form of a collar, an eagle’s head has been added, its feathers repeated on the enamel of the mount, which also features a string of gemstones. The stem rests on a flat foot. This part is enriched by four mounts with feuillages, and another

Footed heliotrope cup in the form of a duck
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1590 - 1620
Workshop Of The Sarachi (?)
Footed heliotrope cup in the form of a duck
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1590 - 1620
Workshop Of The Sarachi (?)

Vessel made up of four pieces of heliotrope and five gold mounts enamelled in opaque sky blue, turquoise, white and black, and translucent green. The irregular body has the form of a scallop shell, with marked gadroons and incisions parallel to the lip, and crudely carved ovals around the rim. On the sides are two small monolithic handles surmounted by enamelled gold mounts representing the heads

Octagonal coffer covered in enamelled gold with engravings and cameos
Amethyst, Agate, Cowry, Silver gilt, Prasiolite, Garnet, Bloodstone, Iron, Lapis lazuli, Gold gilt, Peridot, Sardonyx, Enamel. 1630 - 1670
Delabarre, Pierre (Circle Of)
Octagonal coffer covered in enamelled gold with engravings and cameos
Amethyst, Agate, Cowry, Silver gilt, Prasiolite, Garnet, Bloodstone, Iron, Lapis lazuli, Gold gilt, Peridot, Sardonyx, Enamel. 1630 - 1670
Delabarre, Pierre (Circle Of)

The coffer is a key item in any study of French silverware and European collecting. Initially part of Cardinal Mazarin’s collection, on his death it was sold at auction, subsequently being acquired by the Grand Dauphin. The gold crafting links this piece to a group of works associated with the so-called Maestro of Dragons, Pierre Delabarre, a Parisian silversmith who qualified as a master craftsma

Heliotrope cup with lionesses’ heads
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1630 - 1660
Anonymous; Taller Parisino de los Mascarones de Sátiros Sonrientes
Heliotrope cup with lionesses’ heads
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1630 - 1660
Anonymous; Taller Parisino de los Mascarones de Sátiros Sonrientes

Mutilated during the Peninsular War and the robbery of 1918, the volumes of this vessel can now only be appreciated from the case and a historic photograph. It is notable both for the stone used, heliotrope, and for the important enamelled gold mounts which substantially enriched its design. It consists of an oval body with a deep boat-shaped profile and eight large waves or gadroons. It has a dom

Fluted heliotrope goblet with turquoises
Silver gilt, Turquoise, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1600 - 1620
Workshop Of The Miseroni
Fluted heliotrope goblet with turquoises
Silver gilt, Turquoise, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1600 - 1620
Workshop Of The Miseroni

Goblet comprising four pieces of heliotrope, three adornments and two handles of gilded silver with appliqués of enamelled gold and turquoises. Its body, featuring an oval mouth and cruciform cross-section, is arranged in four large flutes. The goblet is finely carved, to the extent of endowing the stone with translucent qualities. The crown of the lid, the shape of which is evident from th

Heliotrope drinking vessel with cover and gold handles
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni
Heliotrope drinking vessel with cover and gold handles
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni

Vessel made up of three pieces of hardstone and five enamelled gold mounts. The body, with an oval mouth and irregular semicircular profile, undulates across six broad gadroons. So too does the cover, rather smaller and almost flat, surmounted by a turned motif terminating in an acorn. The mount joining the two pieces is formed by a broad band pierced with vegetable spirals and cruciform motifs en

Heliotrope lipped ewers
Gold, Silver gilt, Brass, Gilt-copper, Bloodstone, Pearls, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni
Heliotrope lipped ewers
Gold, Silver gilt, Brass, Gilt-copper, Bloodstone, Pearls, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni

This piece, which belongs to a set of two ewers with basins (O24 to O27), is a jug with a bell-shaped body and deep, hemispherical base, from which a spout with a sloping upper plane emerges. The mount takes the form of a grille, replacing the usual ribs of the lower part with pearl-laden leaves, a moulding in the lower third and uneven vertical strips bearing an S-shaped handle, with a mascaron,

Cup in the form of a kneading trough
Gold, Serpentine, Bloodstone, Enamel. I a.C. century
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor
Cup in the form of a kneading trough
Gold, Serpentine, Bloodstone, Enamel. I a.C. century
Anonymous; Roman Sculptor

A high cup formed by an ancient fragment of serpentine and a foot and stem of heliotrope. The bowl, with a rectangular mouth, is joined by a ring mount and enamelled leaves to the balustroid stem, with a low knop between round brackets of enamelled gold. Oval in shape, it has a rounded profile and a rich openwork cluster of enamelled gold leaves. The enamels are opaque and consist of light touches

Heliotrope salver with a tall foot
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. Ca. 1600
Anonymous
Heliotrope salver with a tall foot
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. Ca. 1600
Anonymous

Vessel made up of five pieces of heliotrope joined by five mounts. The body consists of an oval dish whose profile is an almost flat arch with a flange beneath the base. On the upper face is an indentation for holding an object. Inserted with a crosspiece is an enamelled gold structure with a design of pointed leaves, which joins it to the beginning of the stem, formed by two knops and a pyriform

Case for bloodstone vessel with three gold-coloured dolphins
Fabric, Leather, Wood. 1690 - 1711
Anonymous
Case for bloodstone vessel with three gold-coloured dolphins
Fabric, Leather, Wood. 1690 - 1711
Anonymous

This case takes the form of the vessel for which it was made, an Abloodstone vessel with three gold-coloured dolphins, disappeared in 1918 (HF835/002). 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 w

Fluted goblet with a tall stem and rubies
Gold, Ruby, Moss agate, Bloodstone, Enamel. Ca. 1600
Central European Workshop (?)
Fluted goblet with a tall stem and rubies
Gold, Ruby, Moss agate, Bloodstone, Enamel. Ca. 1600
Central European Workshop (?)

Goblet comprising three pieces of heliotrope and two adornments. The body has eight fluted grooves making up a rounded, multi-lobed mouth. The baluster stem is also decorated with convex flutes, but it has only four while the bell-shaped base reverts to eight. The body is joined to the stem by a convex adornment in gold, decorated with inlaid blue and red translucent enamelling together with opaqu

Heliotrope nef
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1575 - 1600
Anonymous
Heliotrope nef
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. 1575 - 1600
Anonymous

The vessel comprises an oval base, stem and boat-shaped cup and four adornments in enamelled gold. Both the lid and the adornment that once decorated the base disappeared when the Treasure was looted by French troops in the Peninsula War in 1813. In the absence of the lid, which had the profile of a lowered arch and a sculpted crown, its original dimensions can only be surmised by reference to the

Vessel in the form of a jar with a honeycomb pattern
Gold, Ruby, Bloodstone, Enamel. VI century
Anonymous; Sasanians Workshop
Vessel in the form of a jar with a honeycomb pattern
Gold, Ruby, Bloodstone, Enamel. VI century
Anonymous; Sasanians Workshop

Vessel formed by two pieces of heliotrope and seven gold mounts enamelled in white with touches of black. It has a somewhat flattened globular body, a short cylindrical neck, a round mouth, and two monolithic handles. The whole belly is decorated in the style of ancient vases in what has been called a honeycomb pattern. The cover, which can be removed, has a finial of foliage with a pineapple. The

Heliotrope cup in the form of a shell with handles
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. Ca. 1600
Miseroni, Ottavio; Vermeyen, Jan
Heliotrope cup in the form of a shell with handles
Gold, Bloodstone, Enamel. Ca. 1600
Miseroni, Ottavio; Vermeyen, Jan

The cup is made up of two pieces of stone and two enamelled gold mounts. The bowl consists of a scallop shell on which two transversal handles are carved in the same block, forming simple circles that rise high above the rim. With a boat-shaped profile, it has two gadroons on the prow or spout, forming a trefoiled mouth. The stern undulates at the edge to create a wave with a vegetable motif at th

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