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Four antique glass Intaglios


Code: 1119

Four antique glass Intaglios, the group contains one cobalt blue, “The Death of General Wolfe” after Nathaniel Marchant in 1783 and reproduced by Tomasso Cades between 1831 and 1868; one emerald green, “Horse Frightened by a Lion” by the engraver Charles Brown after the painting by George Stubbs and identified by the number 13233 in James Tassie’s reproduction of his collection of gems; two small signet ring white glass paste intaglios of Masonic interest, one showing the twin pillars of Enoch, Jachin and Boaz and the words ‘TOUJOURS LE MEME’, and the other ‘OUR TRUST AND HOPE’, an anchor and the All-seeing Eye of Horus. Each shows very minor marks to edges.
Larger intaglios measure Height 1.5” (4cm) and 1.25” (3.25cm)
and the two smaller ones approx. .5” (1.5cm)