The Antonia Minor teapot in lapis lazuli, gilt silver and enameled gold. The bust on the handle is of Roman antiquity, carved during the life of Antonia Minor (36 BC-37 AD), mother to Emperor Claudius and grandmother to Emperor Caligula -while everything below the string of pearls, which hides the join, was created and carved by Dionysio, Prague, c1652 (KHM, Vienna) Teas Time, Teapots 2, Lazuli Teapots, Fancy Teapots, Teapots Pin, Teas Pots, Lapis Lazuli, Gold Decor, Chocolates Pots
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LAPIS LAZULI AND ENAMEL FLASK, BOUCHERON, 1920S. Designed as a flattened amphora, its hollowed lapis lazuli body applied with handles carved to depict two dragons, its lid, base and sides further embellished with stylised three tonal enamel motifs, measurements approximately 120mm x 51mm x 32mm, signed Boucheron Paris, maker's marks and French assay marks.