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Historic ism in NineteenthCentury Jewellery Design
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115 Piccadilly Albert Museum Alessandro Castellani Alfredo amongst ancient Antique Jewellery Archaeological jewellery Arthur Giuliano Augusto Castellani beads bracelet British Museum Brogden brooch cabochon Caetani cameo Campana Collection Carlo and Arthur Carlo Giuliano Castellani and Giuliano century B.C. champlevé cloisonne colour craftsmen decorated with filigree decorative devices diamonds earrings emeralds enamel enamel and set enamelled gold engraved Etruscan Etrusco di Villa example Exposition Universelle Federico filigree firm gems gold pendant goldsmiths granulation and filigree Greek Height inspiration intaglio Italian jewellery jewellery design John Brogden London loop-in-loop mark Melillo Michelangelo Michelangelo Caetani modern jewels monogram mosaic Museo Nazionale Etrusco Naples Neo-Renaissance nineteenth century openwork gold ornaments parure pastiche pearls Phillips Plate Private collection prototype Renaissance Ricketts Roman Rome rubies sapphires Signed C.G. Signed with monogram Signed with simple silver simple monogram South Kensington Museum style taste techniques themes Victoria and Albert Villa Giulia workshop