Something to See by John George Brown 1/7
A young girl and boy are the subject of this oil on canvas by John George Brown, one of the most successful genre painters of the late 19th century.
Something to See by John George Brown
Saint Nicholas of Myra Russian Icon 2/7
The Christian bishop Saint Nicholas of Myra is the subject of this highly significant 19th-century Russian icon.
Saint Nicholas of Myra Russian Icon
Royal Asscher-Cut Diamond Ring, 10.73 Carats 3/7
A stunningly beautiful Royal Asscher-cut diamond weighing an impressive 10.73 carats serves as the centerpiece of this breathtaking solitaire ring.
Royal Asscher-Cut Diamond Ring, 10.73 Carats
Matthew Boulton Regency Silver Centerpiece 4/7
This remarkable Regency silver centerpiece by the Matthew Boulton Plate Co. displays the artistry and high-quality craftsmanship associated with the Boulton name.
Matthew Boulton Regency Silver Centerpiece
Yossi Rosenstein, Passover 5/7
The Passover seder is the subject of this monumental work by the Israeli painter Yossi Rosenstein. The artist is renowned for his artistic interpretation of biblical tales on canvas, and this work offers a wholly unique interpretation of this religious ritual.
Yossi Rosenstein, Passover
Renaissance Revival Diamond and Ruby Ring 6/7
This Renaissance Revival ring, featuring diamonds and rubies in period-accurate cuts, demonstrates the Victorian era’s fascination with the aesthetics of the Renaissance. At its center sits a diamond, surrounded by foiled cushion-shaped rubies in its highly unique, raised setting.
Renaissance Revival Diamond and Ruby Ring
Pair of Ormolu-Mounted Fluorspar Vases 7/7
These Napoleon III French urns exemplify the elaborate revival styles that dominated the Second Empire. The baluster-form fluorspar vases are adorned by ormolu mounts in the form of twin handles and garlands of flowers and grapes, evoking the grandeur of antiquity.