27 - 28 June 2006
[ENAMEL BINDING]. Enameled gold binding, Germany, late 17th or early 18th century.
Oblong miniature format (37 x 52 mm). (Without original contents.) Sides and doublures covered with cream enameled panels containing mythological scenes in fine grisaille painting, elaboratedly bordered in a rococco style, spine enameled with tulips in grisaille, enameled clasp. Provenance: purchased from Emil Offenbacher, 21 June 1955.
AN EXTREMELY FINE MINIATURE ENAMELED BINDING.
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