London, South Kensington
19 November 2009
Three 19th century Italian micromosaics
The first a rectangular plaque depicting a view of the Temple of Sibyl at Tivoli; the second a rectangular plaque deipicting the Pantheon, Rome mounted in gold brooch mount with engraved decoration; and an oval plaque depicting a European gold finch, mounted as a stickpin (3)
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