Catalogue of the Special Loan Exhibition of Enamels on Metal Held at the South Kensington Museum in 1874

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Chiswick Press, 1875 - Enamel and enameling - 149 pages
 

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Page 48 - BADGE, enamelled gold, circular, with borders of coloured flowers surrounding on one side a white Maltese cross, on the other the Holy Family with the infant St. John. Spanish. 17th century.
Page 55 - PENDENT ornament, enamelled gold, in form of a dog supported on a scroll, from which small pearls depend, and suspended by two chains, the whole enriched with rubies, diamonds, and an emerald. From the Treasury of...
Page 120 - Scotland, 10561092, and it is stated to have been presented by Mary Queen of Scots to her faithful adherent, Sir James Balfour of Burleigh, from whom it has descended to the present possessor by the marriage of Alexander Bruce of...
Page 48 - Enamelled gold ; in form of a hand holding a bunch of grapes formed of seed pearls. From the Treasury of the Virgen del Pilar, Saragossa. Spanish. 17th or 18th centy.
Page 48 - Bought, 7U 8s. 335.-70. PENDENT ORNAMENT. Enamelled gold, in form of a dog supported on a scroll, from which small pearls depend, and suspended by two chains ; the whole enriched with rubies, diamonds, and an emerald. From the Treasury of the Virgen del Pilar, Saragossa. Spanish ? 16th or 17th centy.
Page 48 - SCENT-BOTTLE with stopper, formed of a small fir cone or nut, set in enamelled gold, and suspended by chains of plain links. From the Treasury of the Virgen del Pilar, Saragossa. Spanish. 18th century.
Page 56 - Saragossa. 17th century. Length, 3| in. ; width, 2 in. Bought, 33/. 12s. 338.-70. 1092. RELIQUARY, or pendant, rock-crystal, oval, set in enamelled gold, containing painted medallions. From the Treasury of the Virgen del Pilar, Saragossa.
Page 48 - PENDENT ORNAMENT. Enamelled gold ; representing the Virgin kneeling in adoration beneath a canopy, surrounded by scrollwork, set with crystals, with pearl drops. From the Treasury of the Virgen del Pilar, Saragossa. Spanish. 17th centy. L.
Page 48 - BOUQUET. The flowers of enamelled gold, set with rose diamonds, and tied with a blue enamelled knot, set with brilliants; at the back a long flat hook of pierced gold. From the Treasury of the Virgen del Pilar, Saragossa, to which it was presented by Dona Juanu Bavasa.
Page 51 - Rock crystal, oval, set in gold scrollwork, enriched with enamel and pearls, and containing two chased and enamelled representations of the Crucifixion, and the Virgin and Child. From the Treasury of the Virgen del Pilar, Saragossa, to which it was presented by Louis XIII. of France. French.

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