This essay represents a first attempt to document, with the support of archival material, the production of jewels with engraved stones, whether ancient or of later periods, and to examine the dealings the Castellani had with contemporary Roman gem carvers.2 The Castellani made use of ancient, Renaissance, and modern intaglios and cameos for their jewels.
Engraved stones had been used in jewels of the ancient world and of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, all of which inspired the Castellani.
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In fact, superficial treatment of the topic has sometimes led to unreliable datings of such works.
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