Mother-of-Pearl

Mother of pearl is an extremely valuable material produced by certain marine molluscs as an inner-shell layer or as or the outer coating of pearls. In appearance, mother-of-pearl is smooth, silvery and iridescent.

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Style
  1. Chinese Interest 4
  2. Christian 2
  3. Islamic 2
  4. Moorish 2
  5. Orientalist 2
  6. Arabesque 1
  7. Biblical 1
  8. Chinoiserie 1
  9. Japonisme 1
  10. Neoclassical 1
  11. Ottoman 1
  12. Religious 1
  13. Transitional 1
Material
  1. Mother-of-Pearl 14
  2. Wood 5
  3. Bone 3
  4. Gold 2
  5. Hardwood 2
  6. Olive Wood 2
  7. Abalone Shell 1
  8. Brass 1
  9. Diamond 1
  10. Ebony 1
  11. Gilt 1
  12. Lacquer 1
  13. Mahogany 1
  14. Marquetry 1
  15. Metal 1
  16. Ormolu (Gilt Bronze) 1
  17. Papier-mâché 1
  18. Sapphire 1
  19. Silver 1
  20. Walnut 1
Colour
  1. White 11
  2. Brown 8
  3. Cream 3
  4. Black 2
  5. Gold 2
  6. Red 2
  7. Blue 1
  8. Clear 1
  9. Multi-coloured 1
  10. Silver 1
  11. Yellow 1
Country Of Origin
  1. Chinese 4
  2. French 2
  3. Jerusalem 2
  4. Syrian 2
  5. Asian 1
  6. Austrian 1
  7. Indo-Portuguese 1
  8. Swiss 1
  9. Turkish 1
Period
  1. 19th Century 4
  2. Late 19th Century 4
  3. Early 20th Century 3
  4. 21st Century 1
  5. 18th Century and Earlier 1
  6. Early 19th Century 1
Artist / Maker
  1. Audemars Piguet 1
  2. Viardot, Gabriel 1