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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

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

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 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,

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

Rock crystal boat with a dragon, two fantastical creatures and wheels
Gold, Silver gilt, Copper alloy, Rock crystal / hyaline quartz, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni (?)
Rock crystal boat with a dragon, two fantastical creatures and wheels
Gold, Silver gilt, Copper alloy, Rock crystal / hyaline quartz, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni (?)

A boat or “gondola” made up of various crystal pieces joined with mounts. The body is decorated with foliate spirals, ribbons and clusters of fruit, with a reserve on the prow where a candeliere with a termination is engraved. On the stern are two membranous wings from which the decoration emerges, with details like dolphins and two mermaids on the lower part. Rising above this body is the housing

Oval rock crystal salver
Silver gilt, Rock crystal / hyaline quartz. 1600 - 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni
Oval rock crystal salver
Silver gilt, Rock crystal / hyaline quartz. 1600 - 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni

A salver made up of seven pieces of rock crystal held in an oval silver gilt structure. The central piece is oval, with a decoration at the ends of simple vegetable whorls and seeds engraved with a sure hand. All around this is a grooved moulding joined to another larger one by counterposed double C-shaped pieces linked by screws with flower-shaped heads. Fitted between these are the six pieces of

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

Heliotrope oval platter with octagonal tracery
Gold, Silver gilt, Brass, Bloodstone, Pearls, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni
Heliotrope oval platter with octagonal tracery
Gold, Silver gilt, Brass, Bloodstone, Pearls, Enamel. Ca. 1610
Workshop Of The Miseroni

The piece belongs to a set of two ewers with their platters (Dauphin’s Treasure, O24 to O27). The platter is formed by several trapezoidal pieces around a large central octagon, with mounting of the same type as the rest of the set. It preserves five pearls. The frame is similar to that of salvers O102 and O103 at the Museo del Prado, with resemblances in the interlaced double ‘t’ pattern and the

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

Belongs to a set of two ewers with accompanying basins, part of the Treasure: O24 to O27. Like its counterpart, this jug has a deep, bell-shaped body with a hemispherical base, from which a spout with a sloping upper plane emerges. The mount takes the form of a grille supporting an S-shaped handle with a mascaron, leaves and scrolled designs. There are also enamelled gold appliqués of leave

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