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Salver of lapis lazuli
Silver gilt, Lapis lazuli. Ca. 1600
Royel, Jean (?); Workshop Of The Miseroni
Salver of lapis lazuli
Silver gilt, Lapis lazuli. Ca. 1600
Royel, Jean (?); Workshop Of The Miseroni

This footed tray is a presentation salver that forms a pair with O-60 of the Dauphin’s Treasure. Both are made from a single piece of lapis lazuli. It has a round, flat-bottomed bowl, low sides and a short turned stem resting on a small foot. A silver mount runs around the rim. Its profile, simple as it is, points to a work made in Milan, perhaps close to the Miseroni. It bears the hallmark, IR, o

Square-footed jasper cup with cameos
Gold, Agate, Chalcedony, Cowry, Silver gilt, Ruby, Emerald, Jasper, Enamel. 1687 - 1689
Royel, Jean (?)
Square-footed jasper cup with cameos
Gold, Agate, Chalcedony, Cowry, Silver gilt, Ruby, Emerald, Jasper, Enamel. 1687 - 1689
Royel, Jean (?)

Vessel similar to O38, except that the cover is missing. The precious stones on the jasper ring are complete, and the remaining cameos consist of a Roman-style bust of a crowned man and a woman’s head by the same maker, both of cornelian; another head, perhaps Hercules, in chalcedony; and a male bust crowned with laurel, with another female bust in the background, of agate, similar to a cameo pres

Rock crystal dish with an engraved eagle
Silver gilt, Rock crystal / hyaline quartz. XIV century
Royel, Jean; Anonymous
Rock crystal dish with an engraved eagle
Silver gilt, Rock crystal / hyaline quartz. XIV century
Royel, Jean; Anonymous

A dish made up of a piece of rock crystal with a deep bowl and a broad brim, around which there runs a gilt silver mount with gadroons on the outer strip and engraved palmette motifs on the inside. In the centre is a crude engraving of a crowned eagle, abased, with its beak turned to its right. The glasswork is ancient, probably Roman, and the eagle was perhaps engraved around the 14th century to

Square-footed jasper cup with cameos
Gold, Agate, Chalcedony, Cowry, Silver gilt, Ruby, Emerald, Jasper, Enamel. 1687 - 1689
Royel, Jean (?)
Square-footed jasper cup with cameos
Gold, Agate, Chalcedony, Cowry, Silver gilt, Ruby, Emerald, Jasper, Enamel. 1687 - 1689
Royel, Jean (?)

Forming a pair with O39 of the Dauphin’s Treasure, this is a vessel with a bell-shaped body, gadrooned on the lower part, with green enamel leaves and an upper band of overlaid gold flowers in white, pink and black enamelling, with ribbons enamelled in translucent green. Inserted in this band are four cameos and two enamelled gold medallions of women in the French style. On the cover are six more

Salver of lapis lazuli
Silver gilt, Lapis lazuli. Ca. 1600
Royel, Jean (?); Workshop Of The Miseroni
Salver of lapis lazuli
Silver gilt, Lapis lazuli. Ca. 1600
Royel, Jean (?); Workshop Of The Miseroni

This presentation salver or soucoupe forms a pair with O61 of the Dauphin’s Treasure, both being made from a single piece of lapis lazuli. It has a round bowl with a flat bottom, low sides and a short turned stem resting on a small foot. A silver mount runs around the rim. Its profile, simple as it is, points to a work made in Milan, perhaps close to the Miseroni. It preserves the silversmith’s ma

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