Roman and Etruscan Styles
- Scarab Bracelet
- Bracelet with six cameos of Roman emperors
- Millefiori Bracelet
- "Taranto" pyramid earrings
- A Pair of Earrings in the Etruscan Style
- A Brooch with Granulation in the Etruscan Style
- Granulated snake bracelet
- Classical Revival Snake Brooch
- Millefiori brooch with putto and four birds
- Micomosaic brooch with Medusa
- Brooch with cameo of medusa
- Brooch with cameo of a Roman emperor
- Brooch with cameo of Leda and the Swan
- Bracelet with reversible cameo of Julius Caesar and Augustus
- "Campana" brooch with ivy
- Diadem of olive leaves
- Kameiros diadem
- Paperknife with a seated angel
- Ram's-head hairpins
- Bracelet with Classical Warrior
Classical Revival work by English, French, or Italian artists
- Coral and gold bracelet with the head of Bacchus and two bacchantes
- Bracelet with the River God Achelous
Ancient Egyptian style by the Castellanis
- Brooch with micromosiac griffin in the early medieval stryle
- Micomosaic brooch with the Hand of God
- Micromosiac pendant with Christ
- Necklace with the head of Christ on Veronica's Veil
Castellani and Giuliano: Revivalist Jewellers of the Nineteenth Century. Exhibition catalogue. London: Wartski, 1984.
Flower, Margaret. Victorian Jewelry. New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1951.
Gere, Charlotte. Victorian Jewelry Design. Chicago: Henry Regenery: 1972.
Munn, Geoffrey C. Castellani and Giuliano: Revivalist Jewellers of the Nineteenth Century. London: Trefoil, 1984.
Soros, Susan Weber, and Stefanie Walker. The Castellani and Italian Archeological Jewelry. New Haven: Yale UP, 2004.
O'Day, Dierdre. Victorian Jewelry. London: Letts, 1982.
Last modified 8 November 2011