Barbora Bomerová

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Bronze vase by Claude Ballin for Versailles Palace, Parterre du Midi, 1665.

Bronze vase by Claude Ballin for Versailles Palace, Parterre du Midi,

Paulus van Vianen, Plaquette met voorstelling van Diana en Actaeon

Paulus van Vianen, Plaquette met voorstelling van Diana en Actaeon

Royal Jewels, Crown Jewels, Imperial Crown, Crowns, Russia, Royalty, Cameras, United Russia, Clowns, Crown, Camera

Royal Jewels, Crown Jewels, Imperial Crown, Crowns, Russia, Royalty, Cameras, United Russia, Clowns, Crown, Camera

This ornate bowl called on the skills of both the stone cutter and the goldsmith. The result was an image of menacing fantasy: a dragon with...

Dragon bowl, Gasparo Miseroni, PArt of Rudolf II's collection in Kunsthistoriches. Combined artistry of goldsmith and stone cutter to create dragon with ruby eyes and inlaid wings gripping the sides of the bowl.

JAMNITZER, Wenzel Inkstand, 1560s Silver, 23 x 10 x 6 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna  Caskets containing writing utensils had already been mentioned in mediaeval inventories. In the Renaissance writing sets were abundantly.

JAMNITZER, Wenzel Inkstand, Silver, 23 x 10 x 6 cm Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna Caskets containing writing utensils had already been mentioned in mediaeval inventories. In the Renaissance writing sets were abundantly.

This spectacular Kunstkammer object is one of the finest examples of antiquarian plate acquired by George IV. On its arrival in 1823, it joined a growing collection of virtuoso sideboard cups of varying dates and nationalities.Although once considered to be the work of Benvenuto Cellini, it bears the mark of Nikolaus Schmidt (master 1582), a Nuremberg goldsmith trained in the workshop of Wenzel Jamnitzer (1508-85). This is one of Schmidt's most celebrated pieces,

This spectacular Kunstkammer object is one of the finest examples of antiquarian plate acquired by George IV. On its arrival in it joined a growing.