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Flask with tracery and a head of Medusa in gold
Gold, Diamond, Omphacite. S XVI - XVII century
Miseroni, Giovanni Ambrogio; Anonymous
Flask with tracery and a head of Medusa in gold
Gold, Diamond, Omphacite. S XVI - XVII century
Miseroni, Giovanni Ambrogio; Anonymous

An ovate vessel in the form of an urn. It has a smooth pyriform body with a double moulding on the shoulder, a neck with a concave profile, and a round mouth. The moulded cover has the form of a cupola, while the short bell-shaped stem ends in a round foot with the same diameter as the mouth. The stone, cracked since ancient times, is held by a mount of pierced and chased gold forming a net, with

Foot and stem fittings of a glass with several missing figures
Gold, Epoxy, Enamel. 1675 - 1700
Anonymous
Foot and stem fittings of a glass with several missing figures
Gold, Epoxy, Enamel. 1675 - 1700
Anonymous

According to Laurent’s photographs, the vessel, a high cup made in about 1530-40, consisted of four pieces and four enamelled gold mounts, of which two remain. On the cover, among leaves, spirals and masks, there were three statuettes in white enamel of semi-nude women raising their left arms. Above, a half-length satyr with a Baroque (i.e. irregular) pearl on his breast held the women’s arms with

Cup with dolphin-shaped handles
Gold, Omphacite. Ca. 1540
Workshop Of The Miseroni
Cup with dolphin-shaped handles
Gold, Omphacite. Ca. 1540
Workshop Of The Miseroni

Vessel made up of two pieces of stone and a gold mount. The bowl has an oval mouth and semicircular profile ending in a flat plane from which the neck rises, crowned by a broad flared lip. At each end are two small monolithic handles in the form of dolphins. The lines are very clean, with a delicate sobriety emphasised by thin mouldings. Inserted in the short bell-shaped foot is a delicately chase

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