CHARLES POLUZZI MAGNIFICENT LARGE
PAINTED ON ENAMEL ON GOLD LANDSCAPE
PLAQUE AFTER RUBENS SET IN A SOLID
GOLD TABLE BOX
Charles Poluzzi, Geneva. Made circa 1950.
Extremely fine and unique, large rectangular painted
on enamel on gold landscape plaque after Sir Peter
Paul Rubens' painting entitled "Castle Garden" of
1632-5, set in a solid and heavy 18K yellow gold table
BOX: Two-body, hinged rectangular, engine-turned
with "clous de Paris" pattern, sprung thumb-piece
at the front, the top with fluted and polished border
around the plaque. PLAQUE: Rectangular, very finely
painted on enamel with a variation of Rubens' Castle
Garden, depicting a castle by a river in a verdant
landscape, by a rustic bridge a couple stand as
onlookers while a boy chases three girls in the
foreground, the translucent cloudy sky over
sunray engine-turning on the gold ground.
Enamel plaque signed "Poluzzi".
DIM. 80 x 60.5 x 11 mm.