Giovanni Bernardi
Giovanni Bernardi (1494 – 22 May 1553), also known as Giovanni da Castel Bolognese and as Giovanni da Castelbolognese, was an Italian gem engraver and medallist who was born in Castel Bolognese,...
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James Tassie
James Tassie (1735–1799) was a Scottish gem engraver and modeller.
He was born of humble parentage at Pollokshaws, in Glasgow. During his earlier years he worked as a stonemason, but, having seen ...
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Giovanni Pichler
Giovanni Pichler (Born January 10, 1734 in Naples; Died January 25, 1791, in Rome) was a German-Italian artist in engraved gems.
Giovanni Pichler was born on 10 January 1734 in Naples, where his f...
Giuseppe Antonio Torricelli
Giuseppe Antonio Torricelli (1662–1719) was an Italian sculptor and gem-engraver of the late Baroque active in Florence, often using colorful and semi-precious pietra dura, a type of workmanship that...
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Luigi Pichler
Luigi Pichler (January 31, 1773 in Rome – March 13, 1854 in ibid.) was a German-Italian artist in engraved gems.Son of Anton Pichler and half-brother and student of Giovanni Pichler, Luigi was a...
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Charles Christian Reisen
Charles Christian Reisen (1680 – 15 December 1725) was an English gem-engraver.
He was born in the parish of St. Clement Danes, London, the eldest son of Christian Reisen, a goldsmith, of Trondhei...
Anichini family
The Anichini family were leading carvers of engraved gems for seals, and medals in Renaissance Italy.The first known member is Francesco Anichini (active 1449-1526), who had four sons who followed him...
Pyrgoteles
Pyrgoteles (Greek: Πυργοτέλης) one of the most celebrated gem-engravers of ancient Greece, lived in the latter half of the fourth century b. c. The esteem in which he was held may be inferred from tha...
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Steven van Herwijck
Steven Cornelisz. van Herwijck (Utrecht c. 1530–London 1565/67), was a Netherlandish sculptor and gem engraver famous for his portrait medallions and medals. It has recently been suggested that he is...
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Anton Pichler
Anton Pichler (April 12, 1697 - September 14, 1779) was a Tyrolean goldsmith and artist of engraved gems, and the son of a doctor.Pichler was born in Brixen. He studied in Naples and worked for the B...
Jacopo Caraglio
Jacopo Caraglio, Giovanni Jacopo Caraglio or Gian Giacomo Caraglio (c. 1500/1505 – 26 August 1565) known also as Jacobus Parmensis and Jacobus Veronensis was an Italian engraver, goldsmith and ...
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Pio Siotto
Pio Siotto (Rome, May 3, 1824 - ?) was an Italian artist active as a cameo engraver (gem engraver).He studied architecture, figure, ornate and modeling in clay at the Academy of St. Luke in Rome,...
Engraved gem
An engraved gem is a small gemstone, usually semi-precious, that has been carved, in the Western tradition normally with images or inscriptions only on one face. The engraving of gemstones was a major...
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James Robertson (photographer)
James Robertson (1813 — 1888) was an English photographer and gem and coin engraver who worked in the Mediterranean region, the Crimea and possibly India. He was one of the first war photographers.Rob...
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Pichler
Pichler is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
William Tassie
William Tassie (1777 – 26 October 1860) was a British gem engraver and cameo modeller of Scottish descent, who worked in London in the early 19th century. He took over the business of his uncle,...
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