Georgian Silhouette Miniature of  'Mary Ann Robins' (1 of 2)
Georgian Silhouette Miniature of  'Mary Ann Robins' (2 of 2)

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Georgian Silhouette Miniature of 'Mary Ann Robins'

Ref: HEA/Mini / LA103817


$91 - €80

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Georgian Silhouette Miniature picked out with gold one of three from the same family all c 1810-1820. Silhouettes, which were called profile miniatures or shades, were painted on paper, plaster, and ivory, and reverse-painted on glass.The black pigment used was generally made of lamp black mixed with beer, though fine details were sometimes done with India ink. Bronzing – the technique of adding details in gold against the black – was done using either gold or bronze powder mixed with gum arabic.


Heatons has clarified that the Georgian silhouette miniature of 'Mary Ann Robins' (HEA/Mini / LA103817) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1810.


The image has moved but I am reluctant to open the back of the frame as information is there and at the moment untouched/original

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