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  • From another family comes a gold-mounted, powder-blue enamel Fabergé cigarette case made in St. Petersburg by Henrik Wigström in 1906.

    Buying Aristocratic Art

  • Christie's A Saxon gold-mounted 'Stein-Cabinet' snuff box by Johann Christian Neuber circa 1775-1790.

    Big Things in Little Packages

  • Among them will be a 19th-century gold-mounted bracelet, set with pearls and rose diamonds, containing two miniature oval portraits of pretty women by Austrian artist Emanuel Thomas Peter (price: £12,500); and an 18th-century diamond brooch with a delicate portrait of George John, 2nd Earl Spencer, as a boy, by English miniaturist Richard Cosway (price: £7,500).

    Big Things in Little Packages

  • Courtesy of S.J. Phillips Ltd Rococo gold-mounted bloodstone teapot, circa 1820, probably Germany.

    The Art World's Yearly Pilgrimage

  • John Paul Jones, for example, so revered Morris that he made him executor of his will, and upon his death in 1792 bequeathed to Morris the gold-mounted sword given him by the king of France in recognition of his daring exploits off the coast of England.

    Robert Morris

  • John Paul Jones, for example, so revered Morris that he made him executor of his will, and upon his death in 1792 bequeathed to Morris the gold-mounted sword given him by the king of France in recognition of his daring exploits off the coast of England.

    Robert Morris

  • He regarded Stuart as “a good friend” and presented to the cavalryman a gold-mounted “Washington Cane” as a gift.

    Cavalryman of the Lost Cause

  • And there are illuminating examples of numerous types of hardstone in their natural and polished states, as well as a complete 18th-century series of gold-mounted snuff-boxes in different hardstones.

    Intricate Objects, From

  • He regarded Stuart as “a good friend” and presented to the cavalryman a gold-mounted “Washington Cane” as a gift.

    Cavalryman of the Lost Cause

  • But there's a part of the bridge that we can't get to yet and so they're still working on trying to get some (UNINTELLIGIBLE) on scene and as well some heavy machineries, some gold-mounted cranes to get in here and help us lift sections of those (UNINTELLIGIBLE) and make ...

    CNN Transcript Aug 1, 2007

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