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Early 19th century miniature painting depicting Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805), head and shoulders, in uniform, facing slightly right. He wears rear-admiral's undress uniform, the star and ribbon of the Bath and one Naval gold medal. The miniature is painted on ivory in a glazed gold frame with a compartment at the back lined with silk to contain a lock of hair or other memento. It is a copy of the 1800 miniature by Robert Bowyer.

Early 19th century miniature painting depicting Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805), head and shoulders, in uniform, facing slightly right. He wears rear-admiral's undress uniform, the star and ribbon of the Bath and one Naval gold medal. The miniature is painted on ivory in a glazed gold frame with a compartment at the back lined with silk to contain a lock of hair or other memento. It is a copy of the 1800 miniature by Robert Bowyer.

Vice-Admiral of the White, Horatio Nelson, 1st Viscount Nelson  (He’s probably been featured before, but the more the merrier!)  Granted, this is an early portrait from when Nelson was just a young captain, but the man was adorable till the day some French bastard fatally shot him through the spine at Trafalgar. Look at that face. What a doll. Where Wellington’s (another historical hottie) supremacy was on land, Nelson’s was at sea. He was a visionary captain and admiral, inspire

Vice-Admiral of the White, Horatio Nelson, Viscount Nelson. This is an early portrait from when Nelson was just a young captain.

Oval patch box with a mirror inside the lid, commemorating Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson (1758-1805).

Oval patch box with a mirror inside the lid, commemorating Vice-Admiral Horatio Nelson

Portrait of a Mother and Son -1814  Made in United States  Artist: Nathaniel Rogers (American, 1788-1844)  watercolor on ivory  Philadelphia Museum of Art

Curly hair for the mother and her son. Portrait of a Mother and Son Made in United States Artist: Nathaniel Rogers (American, watercolor on ivory Philadelphia Museum of Art

Artist, first half of the 19th century Admiral Nelson and Lady Hamilton in Naples

Unknown artist, first half of XIX century, Admiral Nelson and Lady Hamilton in Naples

Portrait of a Young Man, by Andrew Plimer (British, 1763-1837) c. 1805, miniature, watercolor on ivory

Andrew Plimer (British, - Portrait of a Young Man - c. 1805 - Watercolor on ivory;) - Signature: none - Setting: original gold frame; opalescent glass on reverse

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