Rhyton, drinking vessel in the form of a ram. Lapis lazuli and Gold. Achaemenid, 6th-5th C. BCE, the original Persian empire of Iran.

Rhyton, drinking vessel in the form of a ram. Lapis lazuli and Gold. Achaemenid, 6th-5th C. BCE, the original Persian empire of Iran.

"Lapis Lazuli encourages honesty of the spirit, and in the spoken and written word. Wear it for all forms of deep communication." http://www.crystalvaults.com/crystal-encyclopedia/lapis

"Lapis Lazuli encourages honesty of the spirit, and in the spoken and written word. Wear it for all forms of deep communication." http://www.crystalvaults.com/crystal-encyclopedia/lapis

[DETAIL1] RUSSIAN SILVER & LAPIS JEWELED ENAMELED BOX by FABERGE - Dated 1913 on top. Has guilloche blue enamel design to top embellished with a double headed eagle crest design and encircled by a figural snake frame. Clad Griffin design to front. Dragon design to sides with jeweled handles and cabochon sapphire set. Has diamond set latch. Set on 4 scrolled feet. Faberge, 84 silver purity and town marks to bottom. Hold the Anders Juhaninpoika workmaster marks (Finnish, 1858-1933).

[DETAIL1] RUSSIAN SILVER & LAPIS JEWELED ENAMELED BOX by FABERGE - Dated 1913 on top. Has guilloche blue enamel design to top embellished with a double headed eagle crest design and encircled by a figural snake frame. Clad Griffin design to front. Dragon design to sides with jeweled handles and cabochon sapphire set. Has diamond set latch. Set on 4 scrolled feet. Faberge, 84 silver purity and town marks to bottom. Hold the Anders Juhaninpoika workmaster marks (Finnish, 1858-1933).

Lapis Lazuli | Lapis Lazuli, power of the Gods in Ancient Egypt Lapis is the god and ...

Lapis Lazuli | Lapis Lazuli, power of the Gods in Ancient Egypt Lapis is the god and ...

Art Deco Onyx, Rock Crystal, Lapis Lazuli, Jadeite and Diamond Pendulette by Lacloche, circa 1930 •The square case containing two concentric octagonal, floral and foliate etched panels, the outer panel embellished with collet-set diamonds, further enriched at the corners with carved flower lapis lazuli triangular-shaped fields enhanced with collet-set diamond pistils, accented with jadeite square sugarloaves, •Signed on the case Lacloche Frères

Art Deco Onyx, Rock Crystal, Lapis Lazuli, Jadeite and Diamond Pendulette by Lacloche, circa 1930 •The square case containing two concentric octagonal, floral and foliate etched panels, the outer panel embellished with collet-set diamonds, further enriched at the corners with carved flower lapis lazuli triangular-shaped fields enhanced with collet-set diamond pistils, accented with jadeite square sugarloaves, •Signed on the case Lacloche Frères

Etruscan Revival 18kt Gold and Lapis Bulla, one side set with a large lapis cabochon, the other AEI, with bead and ropework accents, and opening to a compartment, lg. 2 in.

Etruscan Revival 18kt Gold and Lapis Bulla, one side set with a large lapis cabochon, the other AEI, with bead and ropework accents, and opening to a compartment, lg. 2 in.

18 KARAT GOLD, DIAMOND AND LAPIS LAZULI FLOWER CLOCK, CARTIER, PARIS, CIRCA 1965 The stylized flower set at the sides with lapis lazuli beads, studded with round and single-cut diamonds, the plain dial showing pavé-set diamond hands, the stem supporting openwork gold leaves, the base set with panels of mosaic lapis lazuli, height of clock

18 KARAT GOLD, DIAMOND AND LAPIS LAZULI FLOWER CLOCK, CARTIER, PARIS, CIRCA 1965 The stylized flower set at the sides with lapis lazuli beads, studded with round and single-cut diamonds, the plain dial showing pavé-set diamond hands, the stem supporting openwork gold leaves, the base set with panels of mosaic lapis lazuli, height of clock

Fine hexagonal lapis lazuli plates build this covered vase with handles. Attributed to François Roberday, Paris, France. Vase: lapis lazuli. Mounts: silver gilt, circa 1630, with additions circa 1680, 8.1 inches x 6 inches x 6.3 inches. (RMN-Grand Palais / Art Resource, NY / Jean-Gilles Berizzi)

Fine hexagonal lapis lazuli plates build this covered vase with handles. Attributed to François Roberday, Paris, France. Vase: lapis lazuli. Mounts: silver gilt, circa 1630, with additions circa 1680, 8.1 inches x 6 inches x 6.3 inches. (RMN-Grand Palais / Art Resource, NY / Jean-Gilles Berizzi)

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