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Circular Medallion Mosaic Pattern Bangle

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Price: $250.00 $100.00
Member Price: $225.00 $90.00

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Description

Between 1912 and 1926, the renowned architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White created what is now the Leon Levy and Shelby White Court for Hellenistic and Roman Art. The patterns seen in our bold bangle is based on the intricate neoclassical mosaics from the court's original designs.

Black glass and mother-of-pearl. 8'' inner circumference.

  • Black glass and mother-of-pearl
  • 8'' inner circumference

Art History

The centerpiece of the Metropolitan Museums display of Greek and Roman art is the Leon Levy and Shelby White Court for Hellenistic and Roman Art. This dramatic space occupies a skylit atrium created between 1912 and 1926 by the renowned architectural firm of McKim, Mead and White. The spacious court, originally designed to evoke the garden of a large Roman villa, has been transformed through the addition of a second story and a dazzling colored marble floor. On view in the courts center are important Roman sculptures created between the first century B.C. and the third century A.D. that demonstrate a range of materials, styles, and subject matter.

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Description

Between 1912 and 1926, the renowned architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White created what is now the Leon Levy and Shelby White Court for Hellenistic and Roman Art. The patterns seen in our bold bangle is based on the intricate neoclassical mosaics from the court's original designs.

Black glass and mother-of-pearl. 8'' inner circumference.





  • Black glass and mother-of-pearl
  • 8'' inner circumference




Art History

The centerpiece of the Metropolitan Museums display of Greek and Roman art is the Leon Levy and Shelby White Court for Hellenistic and Roman Art. This dramatic space occupies a skylit atrium created between 1912 and 1926 by the renowned architectural firm of McKim, Mead and White. The spacious court, originally designed to evoke the garden of a large Roman villa, has been transformed through the addition of a second story and a dazzling colored marble floor. On view in the courts center are important Roman sculptures created between the first century B.C. and the third century A.D. that demonstrate a range of materials, styles, and subject matter.


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