Casket, ca. 1680 Michel Redlin (German, documented 1688) Poland (Gdansk) Amber, gold foil, gilded brass, wood; Amber was regarded as a substance of mythical origin and magical power. This parade casket is one of the most important and best preserved examples of amber work to have survived from the seventeenth century. Michel Redlin is documented as an "amber carver" in Gdansk in 1688. In this casket, Redlin incorporated nearly all types of amber—translucent, opaque
Beautifully crafted boxes made of amber dredged from the Baltic Sea in 1734 to celebrate the union of Prince William IV of Orange and Anne, Princess Royal, the eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain.
Double cameo portrait of Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort engraved in onyx. First Class Badge of the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert. cameo in silver frame mounted with pastes, diamonds, emeralds and rubies.
Michelangelo, Sistine Chapel, Vatican this shows both the ceiling and the last judgment. The ceiling is a beautiful work of art with great detail. The last judgement even has more detail and it was done 29 years after the ceiling.