31 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A micro mosaic trinket box with inset silver panel, plus two inlaid mother of pearl and timber boxes, 15 x 9 x 5 cm [silver inlay box]

A Mughal miniature painting on ivory panel, depicting a couple on a raised dais attended by servants and musicians in micro-mosaic frame. 12 x 8 cm

Two vintage miniature micro mosaic frames 5 cm approx (tallest)

An Italian 19th century micro-mosaic oval panel, depicting a classical Grand Tour building within green agate line border on a slate ground, 16.5 cm wide

Fine antique early Italian micro mosaic portrait, mounted in a stepped ebonized frame, with applied bronze decoration, retailing old paper label verso, approx 15 cm sq including frame

Painting of Eastern polo Players on horseback, micro mosaic decorated frame, approx 22 cm x 16 cm

A European silver-mounted hardstone snuff-box, rectangular, with canted corners, the hinged cover inset with an oval micro-mosaic cameo of the Pantheon. Width 8.3 cm. (damaged)

A large Italian micro-mosaic panel depicting St. Peter's square, by Gianfredi, circa 1880, The panel 33 x 42 cm

Framed collection early cameos and micromosaics. Total of 27 oval medallions: 10 cameos of classical subjects; 17 micromosaics of Roman scenes etc. Height 40 cm (overall)

An amethyst micro mosaic set clasp, 9ct rose gold, crafted as a rectangular shaped clasp of panel form with rounded edges, set as a solid piece of amethyst, medium purple in tone, inlaid centrally set an oval shaped panel of micro mosaic work depicting a h

Comport with six Micromosaic panels featuring insects and flowers. Dimensions 32.5 x 9 cm

Italian 19th century micro mosaic of the Capitoline Hill in black marble and malachite frame dimensions 17 x 15 x 1.8 cm

Antique French micro-mosaic box with mirror inside lid. Contents included, 7 cm wide

Roman micromosaic panel of Pliny's doves, with a depiction of two doves drinking from a golden bowl, in a gilt frame decorated with grapes and vines, Italian 18th-early 19th century. Ref: Bonhams Fine Silver and objects of Vertu, 22 June 2011, London Lot 4

George Ferdinand Wekler (1800-1861) miniature micromosaic in a later fitted case, depicting a rural European home with figures to the foreground within a silver surround, signed G Wekler lower right, 7.3 cm wide. Provenance: estate of the late Norman McLau

Micro-mosaic marble hexagonal panel depicting the Taj Mahal, 90 x 89 cm.

A fine quality micro mosaic panel of St.Peters Basilica Francesco Gianfredi, 19th century, the intricate scene displaying the cathedral in fine coloured stones set within a black onyx and malachite banded frame housed within a gilt carved frame, to the rev

Victorian Grand Tour period Italian micro mosaic tile tiles inlaid on black marble depicting Castille S Angelo, 28 x 43 cm

Antique Italian micro-mosaic plaque. Scene of Roman ruins, black slate with malachite border in gilt frame.

An Italian micro mosaic plaque, 19th century. Height 28 cm. Width 26 cm (including frame) the shaped ebonized frame, centered with an oval mosaic plaque decorated with a domestic rural scene

A fine Russian miniature micro mosaic plaque signed G. Wekler St Petersburg second quarter 19th century, rectangular, inlaid with a country scene showing a sandstone mansion with figures in the foreground signed lower right

An Italian micro mosaic panel of rectangular form depicting an elaborately decorated cathedral 35.5 x 28 cm

Selection of Italian micro mosaic panels, one in the form of a pin together with twin minor panels (Both Af)

19th century Italian micro mosaic panel, decorated with a young couple frolicking in the ruins of the temple of Vesta. (Slight AF to upper right portion of the panel). Height 62 cm. Width 59 cm.

A fine 19th century Italian micro mosaic roundel in a gilded wooden frame, featuring a pair of figures in the Roman Forum with the dome of St Peter's to the left of the horizon within a narrow band of malachite and black marble, 35 cm diameter, the frame 5