Tazza, made Paris 1880 The marquetry is executed in the distinctive technique patented in 1874 by Pierre- Ferdinand Duvinage (1813-1876). Duvinage had taken over the distinguished firm of Maison Giroux in 1867, and following his death his widow Rosalie ran the firm. The very distinctive wares executed in 'Duvinage' marquetry were produced from c.1874 to c.1882.
Find More Background Information about LIFE MAGIC BOX Wood Backdrops Baby 200Cm * 300Cm For Wedding Photo Xr14 K 2225,High Quality box gear,China box instrument Suppliers, Cheap box wedding from A-Heaven Fashion Gifts on https://www.aliexpress.com/store/all-wholesale-products/302663.html
Forte Wallcovering's install of our Beadazzled Bijou. This wallcovering is composed of large glass beads, artfully arranged in our sophisticated, continuous marquetry pattern. Learn more about Beadazzled Bijou at: http://www.mayaromanoff.com/product/beadazzled-bijou
When your biggest problem is you can’t decide about the picture’s background.
The clips with marquetry are all made with a figured Sycamore background, and use a variety of dyed veneers and walnut for the detailing. These are about 2″ x 4″ in dimension. While the simple clips include woods like Rosewood, Lacewood, and Zebrawood. These are generally about 1″ x 4″ in dimension, but there is a range in size.
This is another of my fall colors pieces this time Oak Leaves and Acorns. The marquetry is all natural wood tones again except for the Acorns which are made from green dyed Poplar veneer. The background for the marquetry is Curly Maple and the frame wood is Claro Walnut. I went just a bit small on the feet on this one compared to the others but it still stands very stable. The handles are integrated into the doors and carved to create access for a couple fingers. There is a Walnut bead…
The micro-structure of a scale from a butterfly wing. Moth and butterfly wings use pigments to make some colours but physical structures, that affect the behaviour of light itself, to make others. The holes are around 1 micrometre across, about the size of a bacterium. Scanning electron microscopy by Dr Bronwen Cribb, University of Queensland. ()