Hand painted crown with CROSSES.They are made with 100% high quality cotton with a cotton lining which gives it strength, comfort and a slightly padded look. They are adjustable and fit from babies up to some adults. They are reversible so they can match and compliment many outfits. They are hand painted with random pattern placement.They are washable so they can look nice forever!PLEASE specify reverse colour in notes to seller. If no colour has been chosen, you will be...
Six Derby (Duesbury & Kean) yellow-ground botanical plates CIRCA 1800, BLUE CROWNED CROSSED BATONS AND D MARKS, TITLED IN BLUE SCRIPT, PATTERN NUMBER 216 Painted in the manner of John Brewer with specimen sprays, named to the reverse, within gilt bands of berried laurels, the spirally fluted borders with broad yellow bands between gilt lines Each 8 7/8 in. (22.5 cm.) diam. (6)
A Derby botanical plate Circa 1815, iron-red crown, crossed batons and D mark, gilder's mark 2 for James Clark Painted by William 'Quaker' Pegg with a spray of Shrubby Viper Buglas, & Orange Arctotis, titled to the reverse in iron-red script, below a broad gilt band early Factory Derbyshire
Vienna Amphora Turn Teplitz “Fates” porcelain vase, 13 3/4 inches tall, the front faux painted with a bust of exotic black-haired beauty wearing a raised gilt- and metallic-painted butterfly wing headdress and a beaded rosary necklace with a cross, over a spider web bodice with opaline jeweled cabochon, the reverse with cobalt blue glazed ground, the base with a red crown shield, inscribed “Amphora,” “Made in Austria.”
the front is decorated with the monogram of Empress Alexandra Fedorova painted in Slavic interlace script and embellished with geometric ornament beneath Imperial crown, the reverse with red cross height: 6.5cm
1896 ca. Easter Egg with Sainted Prince Vladimir. Porcelain, overglaze polychrome painting, gilding. Oval medallion on golden background with plant depicts Sainted Prince Vladimir wearing crown, red mantle, holding cross. Reverse, green frame with garland of leaves, pale blue background. State Hermitage Museum, Russia. suzilove.com
Reliquary of Mary Magdalene, 14th-15th cenurty, Italy. While their choir books were richly colored, Franciscan communities frequently chose more somber verre églomisé, a reverse-glass painting technique, for reliquaries. The palette of the glass medallion that crowns the reliquary is limited, yet the overall effect of crystal & gilded metal is sumptuous. The relic, enclosed in rock crystal, is said to be Mary Magdalene's tooth. #crystal #quartz #mineral #crystal #quartz #mineral #reliquary