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By Smith, Harold Clifford

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All other modes of ornato engraving they preferred the methods enhanced metal as these -work, menting beauty of their jewels while retaining a level surface. They were also highly skilled in soldering and in the art of repousse work. The great malleability of gold enabled them to overlay ornaments of silver, bronze, and even stone with thin leaves of this metal while ornaments were also composed entirely of plates of gold of extreme thinness. In articles where frequent repetition lazuli, ; occurs, for instance, produced by pressure in in patterns were and then soldered moulds, necklaces, together.

Bronze fibula (Ireland). xlvii JEWELLERY EARLY JEWELLERY CHAPTER I EGYPTIAN AND PHCENICIAN JEWELLERY the forms met with among the jewellery of the civilised nations of later times are found represented in the ornaments It is fortunate that important of the Egyptians. specimens of all descriptions of these have come down This we owe to the elaborate care which to our days. the Egyptians bestowed on the preservation of the dead, and to the strict observance of funeral rites, which induced them to dress and ornament their mummies with a view to future comfort both in the grave and in the after life.

P. 203. (Mr. J. ) *5« Gold locket of purple enamel with floral design in white, yellow, and green on gold {email en re'sille}. French. (Mr. J. ) *4. Crystal 6. Pendant, set with a cameo of Lucrezia de' Medici in open-work floral border of painted enamel. French. p. 292. *y. ) Gold miniature-case of open-work design enamelled in green, blue, and white containing a miniature of James I. English. (Mr. J. ) ; * Reproduced by permission of Dr. Williamson, acting on behalf of Mr. Pierpont Morgan. Copyright reserved.

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