Portrait with a Jeweled Frame, Germany, c. 1550 - 1575 | A portrait, whether carved in stone or painted, could be turned into a "jewel" by mounting it in a gold-and-enameled or jeweled frame with a loop, creating what we would call "jewelry." Such pendants were often worn on a chain. They honored the person represented and one's relation to them. This example has been set in gold with encrusted enamel. | honestone, gold with enamel, rubies, diamonds, and pearls | Acc n 42.182
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Identifier NM.0243031 Creation date 1581/1581 Material gold, pearl, mineral origin fibres, mineral origin fibres Provenance Banér, Christina, Banér, Gustaf, Sture, Christina, Banér, Margareta, Banér, Svante, Banér, Elsa, Renner, Elsa, Banér, Margareta Charlo, Banér, Johan, Banér, Per, Cotzhausen, Elsa von Object Type pendant (jewelry)
Pendant: Charity. 13795 reverse. 16th century France
The Gatacre Jewel (Pendant)
The Gatacre Jewel Object: Pendant Place of origin: England (possibly, made) Date: ca. 1550-1560 (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown Materials and Techniques: Amethyst, mounted in enamelled gold, and hung with pearls Credit Line: Purchased with the assistance of The Art Fund Museum number: M.7-1982
[Trabajos de joyería]. Anónimo flamenco s. XVI-XVII — Grabado —