Decorative centrepiece made from a marine snail of the species tonna galea, with classic silver-plated brass garnish, acanthus-leaf decoration and a Moorish agate knot.
Cup made with an elongated coconut nut, placed vertically, and garnished with handles, foot, lid and inner cup of sterling silver.
Jug decorated with medallions and classicist figures, with a silver body embossed with plant motifs, cartouches and ovals.
Nautilus shell with gilt silver trimming, supported by three child-atlantes and decorated foot.
Nautilus pompilus shell with garnish, lid and finial, supported by satyr figures and decorated base.
Made as a commemorative piece in memory of the Sword of Valour, given by Philip II to the Order of Malta in 1565 for its victory over the Turkish army, and preserved in the Louvre after Napoleon’s despoilment.
Inspired by the old tabletop pieces that, in addition to serving as spice racks, were intended to amaze and decorate. Created in gilded silver, with ostrich egg and lapis lazuli dial.
Decorative cup with a three-sided base and three satyr figures holding the cup.
Decorative tumbler in the tradition of cups and tumblers made of semi-precious stones, decorated with plant motifs, masks, etc.
Small jewellery box made of polished coconut shell and garnished with gilt silver pieces: clasp, legs and top.
Table candelabra, detachable so that it can be used with a single central candle, or with a coupling for three outer arms and a central one.
Decorative chest with agate plaques on the fronts, cabochons on the lid and rock-crystal spheres set in the legs and finial. Made of silver, gilt brass, walnut wood, agate and rock crystal.