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- Object: Bijoux du XVIe siècle, collection de MM Dutuit et Emile Galichon
Jewellery from the 16th century from the collection of Mr Dutuit and Galichon; with in the upper part two brooches (?) set with stones and pearls, the left one featuring enamelled figures representing a seated woman (Charity?) with two children in her lap; in the lower part, a watch decorated with masks and scrolls; proof before letter. 1865
Etching, with surface tone
- Production date
Height: 282 millimetres (plate-mark)
Width: 210 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Plate published in "Gazette des Beaux-Arts" in March 1865.
Dutuit is either the French art historian Eugène Dutuit (1807-1886) or his brother Auguste (1812-1902). Together they formed an art collection which was later bequeathed to Paris.
- Not on display
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