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  • "He is known to the public of the Mikhailovsky Theater for the colorful children's ballet, 'Cipollino'.

    The St. Petersburg Times

  • Jason Henry for The Wall Street Journal The master bathroom has a large stand-alone egg-shaped Waterworks tub and Cipollino marble counters.

    Edelstein's Beach Hangout

  • There are also special matinee performances of the children's ballet Cipollino (Sat and 24 Jul).

    This week's new dance

  • Figure 2: Cipollino verde tessera of the mosaic floor of Frigidarium I

    Stone Studies « Interactive Dig Sagalassos – City in the Clouds

  • Two shaggy lions, in Cipollino marble, ornament the entrance.

    The South of France—East Half

  • There are six splendid Corinthian columns in front and two at the sides, each composed of a single block of green ripple-marked Cipollino marble, about forty-six feet in height and five feet in diameter, with bases and capitals of marble, originally white, but now rusty and discoloured by age; all beautifully proportioned and carved in the finest style of ancient art.

    Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood

  • The church is a square, flat-roofed eastern-looking building, in the inside tastefully painted in imitation of panels of Cipollino marble; and on the neat pulpit is carved the symbol of the Scotch Church, the burning bush and its motto, nowhere surely more appropriate than in the place where the

    Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood

  • Such being the appropriation of two of the intercolumnial spaces, a third is occupied by a low column of Cipollino marble, serving as a pedestal to support a splendid and very large vase of Sevres china, which was presented by the Emperor Napoleon to Pius VII.

    The International Magazine, Volume 2, No. 3, February, 1851

  • Cipollino, whose base appears to be a sort of alabaster marked with different shades of olive-green, a square tazza of malachite, presented to Gregory XVI. by the Crown-Prince of Russia, after his visit to Rome in 1838.

    The International Magazine, Volume 2, No. 3, February, 1851


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