With its hinged lid, this opulently adorned box is ideal for stashing everything from desk supplies to jewelry. Ball feet prevent it from scratching tabletops.
Robert M. Weiss home accessories share a luminous quality--the unique glow of , or reverse-painted glass--an ancient art perfected during the Renaissance. Every one of these masterpieces is crafted by skilled Peruvian artisans, who proudly perpetuate this gorgeous tradition to this day.
Late 18th century Anglo Indian large rectangular sandalwood
box veneered with ivory and decorated on all sides with architectural scenes with silvered hinges and carrying handles and later velvet lined interior. Vizagapatam, circa 1785.
Robert M. Weiss home accessories share a luminous
quality: the unique, Old World glow of verre églomisé, or reverse painted glass. When the Spaniards settled in Peru in the 16th century, they brought many of their household items with them, ...