Five ivory portrait medallions set in a pewter-mounted ebony frame, France and/or Italy, 19th C.

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This lot was sold on 2021-10-08 and is no longer available

Dim.: 27,5 x 25 cm (the frame)
Dim.: 8 x 5,5 cm (each medallion)

The portraits identified as:
- the Roman empress Agrippina the Younger: middle.
- the Greek philosopher Epicurus: bottom left, inscribed in Greek.
- the Greek philosopher Plato: bottom right, inscribed in Greek.
- the Roman emperor Nero: top right.
- possibly the Roman empress Messalina: top left.

Provenance:
- The Larminet-Davioud collection, Lille, France.

Expert: Laurence Fligny.

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Price incl. premium: € 2.805