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Gold Boxes and Miniatures of the Eighteenth Century : The James A.… (edition 2006)

by Serge Grandjean (Author)

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One of the great treasures of Waddesdon Manor is the group of objects in gold, decorated with precious or semi-precious stones and often with miniatures or enamels. The most important of these is the unrivalled series of exquisitely made French gold boxes.
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Title:Gold Boxes and Miniatures of the Eighteenth Century : The James A. Rothschild Collection at Waddesdon Manor,
Authors:Serge Grandjean (Author)
Info:Unicorn Press (2006), Edition: First, 368 pages
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One of the great treasures of Waddesdon Manor is the group of objects in gold, decorated with precious or semi-precious stones and often with miniatures or enamels. The most important of these is the unrivalled series of exquisitely made French gold boxes.

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