Dionysio Miseroni

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Dionysio Miseroni (1607, Prague – 1661, Vienna) was a Bohemian jeweler and stonecutter.


Emerald Unguentarium, commissioned by emperor Ferdinand II and produced in Prague in 1641; part of Austrian Crown Jewels

He was the son of the stonecutter Ottavio Miseroni who settled in Prague, he succeeded his father and became Imperial Treasure Warden in the Prague Castle. He moved to Vienna after Ferdinand III died, and was succeeded in his workshop by his son Ferdinand Eusebius Miseroni.[1]


  1. ^ Dionysio Miseroni biography in the Web Gallery of Art