Allegory of the Purity, ca. 1850, Italy, Frame could be English, sardonyx shell, 2 3/4" by just over 2 3/8", Depicting the Allegory of the Purity, a young maiden holding a dove, which is the symbol of the purity. There is an engraving on the frame, it reads Margt Emily Mather, maybe Margt stays for Margot. To write it the frame was cut and then replaced in its own place.
Cabo da roca, Lisboa - PORTUGAL. A cape which forms the westernmost extent of continental Europe (and by definition the Eurasian land mass). Cabo da Roca was known to the Romans as 'Promontorium Magnum' and during the Age of Sail as the Rock of Lisbon. The 16th century Portuguese poet Luís de Camões described it as "where the land ends and the sea begins".