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In the centre

Maker:  A glazed oval wooden frame containing eleven medallions, as follow

Description: 

A glazed oval wooden frame containing eleven medallions, as follow: In the centre, a blue and white trial jasper oval medallion of the marriage of Cupid and Psyche 75 mms wide. A bisque impression of a classical cameo or intaglio, with scene with Amazons or women athletes (undeciphered inscription in Greek at the base). A bisque model of a procession to a sacrifice. A miniature bisque model or impression of the head of a medieval king or emperor, in profile to the right, crowned and bearded, with the word CHARLES along the rim. (19C). A dipped lime-green and lilac and white round miniature medallion or button or Cupid riding a dolphin. A dipped lime-green and white oval miniature portrait medallion of Handel. A solid pale blue and white jasper curved oval medallion of an unidentified classical subject, probably a trial piece. A dark blue and white jasper navette-shaped medallion of Hercules carrying the Erymanthean boar (badly mended). Three other dark blue and white jasper trial miniature buttons.

ID:  9435

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Surrey

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