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Beautiful and large late 19th / early 20th century Italian micro mosaic brooch, depicting the Colisseum in Rome, 18k gold grand tour piece

Beautiful and large late / early century Italian micro mosaic brooch, depicting the Colisseum in Rome, gold grand tour piece

Antique Italian Grand Tour Souvenir Micromosaic Candle Stand, Micro Mosaic Doves of Pliny

Antique Italian Grand Tour Souvenir Micromosaic Candle Stand, Micro Mosaic Doves of Pliny

A wonderful century Grand Tour souvenir of Italy, of Rome. The Champleve enameled heavy brass framework is gorgeous on its own, but is further

Antike Mikromosaik Brosche: Kolosseum Rom um 1875 Grand Tour Micromosaic Rome

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Antike Mikromosaik Brosche: Kolosseum Rom um 1875 Grand Tour Micromosaic Rome

Grand Tour Micromosaic Plaque, Italy, third quarter 19th century

Grand Tour Micromosaic Plaque, Italy, third quarter 19th century

Micro Mosaic Stork Bird Antique Victorian Pendant, Italian Grand Tour Victorian | eBay

Micro Mosaic Stork Bird Antique Victorian Pendant, Italian Grand Tour Victorian

For your consideration; this beautiful Italian stork bird micro mosaic pendant. This pendant features a a white stork in an ornate blue and white setting. This piece is very unique sue to the subject matter.

Antique Italian Silver Filigree Jewelry Box w Grand Tour Micromosaic of Venice | eBay

Antique Italian Silver Filigree Jewelry Box w/ Grand Tour Micromosaic of Venice

Antique Italian Silver Filigree Jewelry Box w Grand Tour Micromosaic of Venice

Antique 8.25" Grand Tour Micromosaic Crucifix, 4 Architectural Views of Rome

Antique 8.25" Grand Tour Micromosaic Crucifix, 4 Architectural Views of Rome

Extraordinarily Fine Grand Tour Italian Multi-part Micromosaic Necklace, Rome 4

Extraordinarily Fine Grand Tour Italian Multi-Part Micromosaic Necklace, Rome

For Sale on - The art of micromosaics began as a Byzantine phenomenon which, in was embraced by the Catholic Church with the formation in Rome of the Vatican

Antique 10" Tall Edwardian Grand Tour Micro Mosaic Mirror Frame, Micromosaic

Antique 10" Tall Edwardian Grand Tour Micro Mosaic Mirror Frame, Micromosaic

I love these old souvenir frames hand crafted in Italy during the Grand Tour era, as late as perhaps Edwardian (c.

Grand Tour Micromosaic and Specimen Table with Eastlake-style Base, Italy, probably Rome, 19th century, round molded top inlaid with centralized tesserae scene of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome surrounded by assorted colored marbles and a geometric chain at perimeter, supported on an Eastlake-style ebonized and gilded pedestal highlighted by carved grotesque animal monopodia extending to a tripartite base supported on paw feet, ht. 30 7/8, dia. 24 1/4 in.

Grand Tour Micromosaic and Specimen Table with Eastlake-style Base, Italy, probably Rome, 19th century, round molded top inlaid with centralized tesserae scene of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome surrounded by assorted colored marbles and a geometric chain at perimeter, supported on an Eastlake-style ebonized and gilded pedestal highlighted by carved grotesque animal monopodia extending to a tripartite base supported on paw feet, ht. 30 7/8, dia. 24 1/4 in.

Antique Italian Micro Mosaic Brooch, 3 Grand Tour Roman Ruin Plaque, Micromosaic | eBay

Antique Italian Micro Mosaic Brooch, 3 Grand Tour Roman Ruin Plaque, Micromosaic

Antique Italian Micro Mosaic Brooch, 3 Grand Tour Roman Ruin Plaque, Micromosaic | eBay

Grand Tour Micromosaic Earrings Colosseum Roman Forum Micro Mosaic 1850 | eBay

Grand Tour Micromosaic Earrings - Colosseum & Roman Forum - micro mosaic 1850

Grand Tour Micromosaic Earrings Colosseum Roman Forum Micro Mosaic 1850 | eBay

Antique Grand Tour Micro Mosaic Plaque, The Coliseum, Rome - Micromosaic in Pristine Condition!

Antique Grand Tour Micro Mosaic Plaque, The Coliseum, Rome - Micromosaic in Pristine Condition

I can think of nothing that captures the essence and history of Rome any more than the Coliseum. For those of you who have yet to travel to Rome,

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