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Gold box, set with banded jasper, bloodstone, carnelian and white opaque glass, made by J.C. Neuber, Dresden, about 1780

Gold box, set with banded jasper, bloodstone, carnelian and white opaque glass, made by J.C. Neuber, Dresden, about 1780

Gold box, set with a variety of hardstones as floral trails and swags, probably by C.G. Stiehl, Dresden, ca.1770

Box

Gold box, set with a variety of hardstones as floral trails and swags, probably by C.G. Stiehl, Dresden, ca.1770

Gold box, set with a variety of hardstones as floral trails and swags, probably by C.G. Stiehl, Dresden, ca.1770

Box

Gold box, set with a variety of hardstones as floral trails and swags, probably by C.G. Stiehl, Dresden, ca.1770

Gold box set with 88 varieties of hardstone, with simulated pearls; on the lid an enamel portrait of the Greek philosopher Crates (ca.270 BC), Johann Christian Neuber, Dresden, about 1775

Box

Gold box set with 88 varieties of hardstone, with simulated pearls; on the lid an enamel portrait of the Greek philosopher Crates (ca.270 BC), Johann Christian Neuber, Dresden, about 1775

Box in enameled gold set with hardstones, in Dresden, Germany, circa 1775 | Artist : Neuber, Johann Christian | V&A Search the Collections

Box

Box in enameled gold set with hardstones, in Dresden, Germany, circa 1775 | Artist : Neuber, Johann Christian | V&A Search the Collections

Snuffbox | V&A Search the Collections

Snuffbox

Snuffbox | V&A Search the Collections

Box Johann Christian Neuber, born 1735 - died 1808 Gold box, set with banded jasper, bloodstone, carnelian and white opaque glass, made by J.C. Neuber, Dresden, about 1780

Box

Box Johann Christian Neuber, born 1735 - died 1808 Gold box, set with banded jasper, bloodstone, carnelian and white opaque glass, made by J.C. Neuber, Dresden, about 1780

Gold-mounted quartz snuffbox inlaid with gold, burgau shell and composition; Heinrich Taddel, Dresden, ca.1750

Snuffbox

Gold-mounted quartz snuffbox inlaid with gold, burgau shell and composition; Heinrich Taddel, Dresden, ca.1750

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