A micromosaic and gold bracelet
Back to all artworks

A micromosaic and gold bracelet

Galerie Ouaiss Antiquités

Date 1800

Period Early 19th century

Dimension 16 cm (6¹/₄ inches)

Very delicate bracelet in micromosaic on a vitrified support in aventurine glass made of twelve elements linked together by a gold chain, made by the master goldsmith François Dafrique.
The medallions represent mainly lake landscapes bordered by ruins.
For the main part we note:
-The waterfall of Marmore
-The pyramid of Cestia
-The ruins in Via Appia
-The bridge of Lucano
-The tomb of Cecilia Metella
These views and monuments are reconstituted by means of "tesserae" of a very rare finesse.

Chipping on the support of the central medallion almost invisible (upside down).
Number of medallions: 12
Dimension bracelet open: 16cm
Dimensions of the central medallion: 2,1 cm/1,7 cm
Dimensions of the extreme medallion: 1.5 cm / 1.1 cm
Gold: 18 carat
Master goldsmith: FD for François Dafrique
Price: 17500 Euros
Ref: 8261

Date: 1800

Period: Early 19th century

Dimension: 16 cm (6¹/₄ inches)

Discover the Gallery

Galerie Ouaiss Antiquités

Antique snuff and gold boxes decorated with precious stones, enamel, and micromosaics.

An unhandled error has occurred. Reload 🗙