Cruz florón, Colombia o Ecuador, alrededor del año 1600. oro, esmeraldas, perlas. Denver Art Museum, regalo de la Fundación Stapleton de arte colonial latinoamericano posible gracias a la familia de Richard; 1990.526.   Cross finial, Colombia or Ecuador, circa 1600. Gold, emeralds, pearls. Denver Art Museum, Gift of the Stapleton Foundation of Latin American Colonial Art made possible by the Renchard family; 1990.526.

Cruz florón, Colombia o Ecuador, alrededor del año 1600. oro, esmeraldas, perlas. Denver Art Museum, regalo de la Fundación Stapleton de arte colonial latinoamericano posible gracias a la familia de Richard; 1990.526. Cross finial, Colombia or Ecuador, circa 1600. Gold, emeralds, pearls. Denver Art Museum, Gift of the Stapleton Foundation of Latin American Colonial Art made possible by the Renchard family; 1990.526.

Colgante, primera mitad siglo XVII.

Pendant

Colgante, primera mitad siglo XVII.

Heraldic chain with pendant badge Michael Botza  (active 1592–1633) Date: early 17th century Culture: German, Dresden Medium: Partly enameled gold, pearl Dimensions: L. 20-3/4 in. (52.7 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gold and Platinum Credit Line: Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 Accession Number: 17.190.879

Heraldic chain with pendant badge Michael Botza (active 1592–1633) Date: early 17th century Culture: German, Dresden Medium: Partly enameled gold, pearl Dimensions: L. 20-3/4 in. (52.7 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Gold and Platinum Credit Line: Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 Accession Number: 17.190.879

Divine Metalworking BY CAROLE FRARESSO "Andean metalworking is one of the richest arts in history, and through it we can read the history of men who devotedly transformed gold, silver and copper for over 3000 years. Pre-Columbian jewelry has left a deep impression on humankind, as it embodies both know-how and creativity and the memory of identities and lost rites of many Peruvian cultures, including Chavín, Vicús, Moche, Lambayeque, Chimú and Inca."  From the March 2012 issue of Hand/Eye

Divine Metalworking BY CAROLE FRARESSO "Andean metalworking is one of the richest arts in history, and through it we can read the history of men who devotedly transformed gold, silver and copper for over 3000 years. Pre-Columbian jewelry has left a deep impression on humankind, as it embodies both know-how and creativity and the memory of identities and lost rites of many Peruvian cultures, including Chavín, Vicús, Moche, Lambayeque, Chimú and Inca." From the March 2012 issue of Hand/Eye

Pendant - engagement pendant of Gábor Bethlen, ruler of Transylvania and Catherine of Brandenburg, Hungry, early 17th century.

Pendant - engagement pendant of Gábor Bethlen, ruler of Transylvania and Catherine of Brandenburg, Hungry, early 17th century.

Tiara de Colombia o Ecuador ca. 1690 plata dorada, esmeraldas y perlas. Denver Art Museum, regalo de Robert J. Stroessner; 1992.74  ///////  Tiara from Colombia or Ecuador ca. 1690 Silver gilt, emeralds, and pearls. Denver Art Museum, Gift of Robert J. Stroessner; 1992.74

Tiara de Colombia o Ecuador ca. 1690 plata dorada, esmeraldas y perlas. Denver Art Museum, regalo de Robert J. Stroessner; 1992.74 /////// Tiara from Colombia or Ecuador ca. 1690 Silver gilt, emeralds, and pearls. Denver Art Museum, Gift of Robert J. Stroessner; 1992.74

Antique Jeweled Gold Stick Pin by FABERGE | Antique Russian jewellry for sale

Antique Jeweled Gold Stick Pin by FABERGE | Antique Russian jewellry for sale

Badge of the Order of St. Patrick Dublin, West & Son and Spink & Son, early XXth century. From the collection of A. Khazin (Moscow)

Badge of the Order of St. Patrick Dublin, West & Son and Spink & Son, early XXth century. From the collection of A. Khazin (Moscow)

Colgante con las milagrosas fuente de Moisés Augsburgo  alrededor de 1600  Joyas  Oro, bajo email corte, correo electrónico en ronde bosse, diamantes, rubíes, perlas  H. 7,2 cm, 5,7 cm B.   Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Kunstkammer  Inv KK_1616

Colgante con las milagrosas fuente de Moisés Augsburgo alrededor de 1600 Joyas Oro, bajo email corte, correo electrónico en ronde bosse, diamantes, rubíes, perlas H. 7,2 cm, 5,7 cm B. Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Kunstkammer Inv KK_1616

"Alexander the Great", Italy or Germany, 17th century. Agate, rock crystal, gold. 4,6 x 3,2 cm. -The State Hermitage Museum-

"Alexander the Great", Italy or Germany, 17th century. Agate, rock crystal, gold. 4,6 x 3,2 cm. -The State Hermitage Museum-

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