The CALDERONI firm of Milan (Via Montenapoleone 8) has organized an international "show" of jewelry, silverware and clock work both modern and "ancient".
Can No 1) - ITALY: Diamond necklace; "first choice" stones, white blue color worth 120.000.000 lire.
Another diamond necklace this time with rubies.
Diamond bracelet with rubies.
HUNGARY: Typical Hungarian artisan workmanship with gold and enamel, particulars of cross, small picture frames, carillon piano and venetian gondola.
Sweden: Silver coffee set - 4 units-.
Belgium: Close ups of diamond cutting.
France: Group of three pins: diamonds and emeralds.
" " Two ": Diamonds rubies and emeralds.
Gold necklace with diamonds and tourquoises.
Can No 2) - ETRUSCAN WORKMANSHIP: Gold and silver ornaments dating back to the IV century (close ups).
Arab Countries: Group of hand engraved gold and silver plates.
Japan: Authentic pearls, copy of black pearls, oyster shell with pearls.
Great Britain: Classic British Style silverware. (close up)
Switzerland: Wilsdorf Collection:
Watch worked in coral year 1780
Watch named "The Three Graces" year 1820
" " "Sun of Roses" Empire period (Napoleonic)
" " "Two Persons"
" " "Christal Cross" year 1650
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Background: The CALDERONI firm of Milan (Via Montenapoleone 8) has organized an international "show" of jewelry, silverware and clock work both modern and "ancient". Apparent are the tendencies of the different nations in this branch of craftsmanship. Nations represented are: Italy, Hungary, Sweden, Belgium, France, Arab Countries, Japan, Great Britain, Switzerland, and the authentic "ancient" not is given by Etruscan silversmithing.