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    Rings, which appeared from the first dynasties, are commonly worn from the Middle Kingdom onwards. At this time the setting often takes the form of a beetle which can rotate to serve as a seal. Alongside various decorations (flower motifs, divinities, prophylactic signs and various decorative motifs...) the names and titles of the owner are frequently...
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    This ring, which dates from the middle of the 3rd millennium, offers a beautiful example of partitioned decoration, a process very much appreciated because of its polychrome. The lapis lazuli and cornelian inlays form a very fine frieze decoration with alternating four-petalled rosettes, helical crosses and reniform motifs. The rims of the ring are more...
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    This pendant with a very pure design must be older than Croesus, whose name alone still flows with gold and stones. It was the most lavish of the kings of Lydia, very ancient kingdom of Asia Minor, bounded on the north by Mysia, on the west by the Aegean Sea, on the east by Phrygia and on the south by Carie, from which it was separated by the river...
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    This large ring is composed of a ring entirely covered with a twisted wire. The setting, is made of a stone, polished and curved, set in a metal frame decorated with pearled and twisted wires. At the junction of the ring and the setting, three globules are placed in a triangle. For the realization of this object, the Roman goldsmith sought a formal...
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    This jewel is inspired by a gold leaf from the laurel wreath worn by Napoleon during his coronation at Notre-Dame on December 2, 1804. This wreath, which can be found on various paintings representing the Emperor in coronation costume or on that of the coronation itself, painted by David, was destroyed during the Restoration. While the painter...
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    Bracelet inspired by the lotus ring.Rings appear from the earliest dynasties, and are commonly worn from the Middle Kingdom. It is the partitioning technique, very appreciated by the Egyptians, which is used here. Symbolism is still very present in Egyptian art. The lotus flower, which frames the setting on each side, is directly linked to the idea of...
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    Bracelet representing a viper with horns, recognizable by the protuberances of its head. This kind of snake bracelet, worn on the upper arm, appeared in Egypt in the 1st century BC and continues to this day. It is not known if the goldsmith was inspired by the legend of the death of the great Cleopatra, the last queen of the Lagid dynasty, who, to escape...
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    From a long necklace of pearls in fine stones and gold: the extraordinary variety of pearls of this long necklace illustrates this taste for polychromy, so characteristic of oriental jewels, which is at its peak in the Persian era. The craftsmen have associated with a consummate art several dozen different stones: the contrasts of colours, materials,...
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    This finely carved gold ring, representing a snake, comes to us from the surroundings of Cnide, on the west coast of Asia Minor, which was a rich Lacedonian colony. It is difficult to give an exact age to this jewel, but it is likely that it dates from the"Classical Period" that saw the princes of Asia Minor compete for sumptuous luxury. It is in the...
  • 164 € In Stock
    This necklace is inspired by a necklace discovered by R. de Mecquenem between 1929 and 1933 at the tell of the Royal City. DimensionsLength: 36 cm.Materials: golden pewter, agates.Origin: Simashki dynasty - 2000/1940 BC.Museum: Paris - Louvre Museum.Materials: golden pewter, agate pearls.Editor: rmngp.
  • 79 € In Stock
    This finely carved ring, representing a snake, comes to us from the surroundings of Cnide, on the west coast of Asia Minor, which was a rich Lacedonian colony. It is difficult to give an exact age to this jewel, but it is likely that it dates from the"Classical Period" that saw the princes of Asia Minor compete for sumptuous luxury. It is in the Aphrodite...
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    During the Iron Age, the west of Armorica was distinguished from Celtic Europe by two essential features: the creation of granite stelae and the digging of underground passages near inhabited places. This practice lasted about four centuries (from the 5th to the 2nd century exclusively). The one in Tréglonou is associated with a real oppidum of about...
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    Ring inspired by the ibex bracelet sold in store. The smooth rush ends with two ibex heads facing each other, the morphological details of which are chiselled. In the Hellenistic period, one finds, in the Greek world, many bracelets of this type, whose ends are decorated with zoomorph heads. The species represented are varied: lions, rams, goats, calves,...
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    Berthe Morisot, Manet's most mysterious model, was a painter in his own right, selling his painting and exposing it to quolibets and praise. In 1874, the year of the first impressionist exhibition in which she participated, Madame Eugène Manet was no longer a beginner. With her sister Edma, she exhibited small paintings, fantasy figures and landscapes at...
  • 107 € In Stock
    From a long necklace of pearls in fine stones and gold: the extraordinary variety of pearls of this long necklace illustrates this taste for polychromy, so characteristic of oriental jewels, which is at its peak in the Persian era. The craftsmen have associated with a consummate art several dozen different stones: the contrasts of colours, materials,...
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    This bracelet is inspired by a gold and agate set, dated the 2nd millennium BC, discovered by R. de Mecquenem between 1929 and 1933 at the tell of the Royal City. DimensionsLength: 19.8 cm.Diameter: 2,9 cm.Origin: Inspired by a jewelry set discovered in the Eastern Zagros region, from the Simashki dynasty - 2000/1940 BC.Museum: Paris - Louvre...
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    This ring consists of a gold ring decorated with a setting with a garnet. The borders are each trimmed with two small diamonds. It was originally decorated with a ruby - emblem of joy - which came from the Crown Diamonds, as also came the emerald which adorned that of Napoleon (disappeared). These two rings, mounted by the goldsmith Marguerite, were...
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    Born in 1842 in Ferrarre, a town in northern Italy, Boldini settled definitively in Paris from 1871, where he quickly became a fashionable portraitist and one of the great witnesses of the frenzy of the modern city, with its streets, cafés and balls, then in full expansion. Boldini represents here the Folies-Bergère, an establishment of music-hall and...
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    This ring is inspired by a ring found during an archaeological excavated on the site of ancient Carthage. Original work.Materials: gold plated, red agatePeriod: 7th - 6th century BCMuseum: Paris - Louvre Museum
  • 54 € In Stock
    From a long necklace of pearls in fine stones and gold: the extraordinary variety of pearls of this long necklace illustrates this taste for polychromy, so characteristic of oriental jewels, which is at its peak in the Persian era. The craftsmen have associated with a consummate art several dozen different stones: the contrasts of colours, materials,...
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    Skilled chiseller and jeweller, worker with Jean-Valentin Morel, then with the famous François-Désiré Froment-Meurice, Jules Wièse set up his own business in 1844. Still working for Froment-Meurice whose jewelry and jewellery he made, Wièse directed in 1855 the execution of Charlemagne's Talisman reliquary for Emperor Napoleon III, and in 1860, the sword...
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    Inspired by an Egyptian necklace: this necklace, in its modern presentation, combines several amulets of various shapes and materials that can date from various periods. There are falcons, flies, fish, frogs, a grasshopper, a hippopotamus head, a small sphinx, lotus flowers, a heart and a hand. By their shape as much as their material and their color, the...
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