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Jewelry boxes made of natural amber from the Baltic Sea.  They were crafted in 1734 to celebrate the marriage of England's King William (of Orange) and Queen Mary. Vintage, Royals, Royal Jewels, King William, King George Ii, King George, Baltic Amber, Antique Boxes, Baltic Sea
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Jewelry boxes made of natural amber from the Baltic Sea. They were crafted in 1734 to celebrate the marriage of England's King William (of Orange) and Queen Mary.
Casket, ca. 1680 Michel Redlin (German, documented 1688) Poland (Gdansk) Amber, gold foil, gilded brass, wood; 11 7/8 x 13 x 8 1/4 in. (30.5 x 33 x 21 cm) Following ancient traditions, in the Renaissance and Baroque periods amber, "the gold of the Baltic sea," was regarded as a substance of mythical origin and magical power. This parade casket is one of the most important and best preserved examples of amber work to have survived from the seventeenth century. Museums, Antiques, York, Baroque, Brass Wood, Casket, Mantel Clock, Museum
Attributed to Michel Redlin | Casket | German, Danzig (Gdansk) | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Casket, ca. 1680 Michel Redlin (German, documented 1688) Poland (Gdansk) Amber, gold foil, gilded brass, wood; 11 7/8 x 13 x 8 1/4 in. (30.5 x 33 x 21 cm) Following ancient traditions, in the Renaissance and Baroque periods amber, "the gold of the Baltic sea," was regarded as a substance of mythical origin and magical power. This parade casket is one of the most important and best preserved examples of amber work to have survived from the seventeenth century.
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Casket, c 1660. Amber, ivory, wood, brass and string. 430 x 404 x 255 mm. Place of Production: Kaliningrad, Russia. Circle of: Georg Schreiber (active 1614-1643); Jacob Heise (d.1667). Made almost entirely of amber, this intricate three-tiered casket was constructed so that light passes through the sides to reveal complex decoration. -Waddesdon Manor- Art Nouveau, Augsburg, Design, Woodworking Projects, French Antiques
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Casket, c 1660. Amber, ivory, wood, brass and string. 430 x 404 x 255 mm. Place of Production: Kaliningrad, Russia. Circle of: Georg Schreiber (active 1614-1643); Jacob Heise (d.1667). Made almost entirely of amber, this intricate three-tiered casket was constructed so that light passes through the sides to reveal complex decoration. -Waddesdon Manor-
Reliquary casket of Saint Casimir by Anonymous from Gdańsk, ca. 1677-1678, Museo degli Argenti a Firenze, presented by bishop Mikołaj Stefan Pac (Mikalojus Steponas Pacas) to Cosimo III de' Medici Florence, Collections Of Objects, Palatine Chapel, Coffer, Carved Wood
Il Tesoro della ‘Cappella delle reliquie’ in Palazzo Pitti – Sacri Splendori | ARTE SENZA CONFINI
Reliquary casket of Saint Casimir by Anonymous from Gdańsk, ca. 1677-1678, Museo degli Argenti a Firenze, presented by bishop Mikołaj Stefan Pac (Mikalojus Steponas Pacas) to Cosimo III de' Medici