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Nicholas Millioti (Nicolai Dmitrievich Milioti), Portrait of Boniface

Nicholas Millioti (Nicolai Dmitrievich Milioti), Portrait of Boniface

18th/19th Century Flintlock Rifle crafted by Nicholas Noel Boutet, Nicholas Noel Boutet was a French gunmaker during the late 18th and early 19th century popular for making fine quality pieces.  Clientele included various wealthy nobles, European rulers, and even the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.  While the flintlock rifle above is not signed in his name it has been proven to be of his work.  It is heavily decorated with silver and gold inlays and mountings, carvings, and checkerings.  Turkish…

18th/19th Century Flintlock Rifle crafted by Nicholas Noel Boutet, Nicholas Noel Boutet was a French gunmaker during the late 18th and early 19th century popular for making fine quality pieces. Clientele included various wealthy nobles, European rulers, and even the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. While the flintlock rifle above is not signed in his name it has been proven to be of his work. It is heavily decorated with silver and gold inlays and mountings, carvings, and checkerings. Turkish…

18th/19th Century Flintlock Rifle crafted by Nicholas Noel Boutet, Nicholas Noel Boutet was a French gunmaker during the late 18th and early 19th century popular for making fine quality pieces.  Clientele included various wealthy nobles, European rulers, and even the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte.  While the flintlock rifle above is not signed in his name it has been proven to be of his work.  It is heavily decorated with silver and gold inlays and mountings, carvings, and checkerings.  Turkish…

18th/19th Century Flintlock Rifle crafted by Nicholas Noel Boutet, Nicholas Noel Boutet was a French gunmaker during the late 18th and early 19th century popular for making fine quality pieces. Clientele included various wealthy nobles, European rulers, and even the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. While the flintlock rifle above is not signed in his name it has been proven to be of his work. It is heavily decorated with silver and gold inlays and mountings, carvings, and checkerings. Turkish…

“The Pied Piper” by Elisabeth Alba. This story, about paying those who are due, reflects a historical event. The Pied Piper may be a symbol of the children’s death by plague or catastrophe, or refer to Nicholas of Cologne, who lured away a great number of children on a disastrous Children’s Crusade. A recent theory ties the departure of Hamelin’s children to the Ostsiedlung, whereby a number of Germans left their homes to colonize Eastern Europe.

“The Pied Piper” by Elisabeth Alba. This story, about paying those who are due, reflects a historical event. The Pied Piper may be a symbol of the children’s death by plague or catastrophe, or refer to Nicholas of Cologne, who lured away a great number of children on a disastrous Children’s Crusade. A recent theory ties the departure of Hamelin’s children to the Ostsiedlung, whereby a number of Germans left their homes to colonize Eastern Europe.

Sacred Himalayas, 1932 by Nicholas Roerich. Symbolism. landscape

Sacred Himalayas, 1932 by Nicholas Roerich. Symbolism. landscape

Aquarius (Zodiakas Vandenis)    by Nicholas Constantine Čiurlionis

Aquarius (Zodiakas Vandenis) by Nicholas Constantine Čiurlionis

Peter Carl Fabergé - Cigar case in solid gold 14 Kr. Rubies and Diamonds Cabuchon old cut. It bears the initials of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia - Punch: "Faberge" in full in Cyrillic Punch: "HW" the initials of Henrik Wigstrom (1862 - 1930), the goldsmith who executed for the Faberge works in Louis XVI and Empire style. Punch: "56 with the arms of the city", the symbol of Saint Petersburg until 1899.

Peter Carl Fabergé - Cigar case in solid gold 14 Kr. Rubies and Diamonds Cabuchon old cut. It bears the initials of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia - Punch: "Faberge" in full in Cyrillic Punch: "HW" the initials of Henrik Wigstrom (1862 - 1930), the goldsmith who executed for the Faberge works in Louis XVI and Empire style. Punch: "56 with the arms of the city", the symbol of Saint Petersburg until 1899.

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