Many are chosen, as you see, with little deference to the opinions of Virtu.
By John Jones, Esq., pictures and virtu amounting to 240,000.
On every side was to be seen rich hangings and articles of virtu.
That is a country replete with articles of virtu, the only thing is to find them.
For virtu, I have a little to entertain you—it is my sole pleasure.
Rossetti, of course, wheeled about the marriage couch, but his was itself an interesting object of virtu.
All that fastidious refinement and taste could assemble, in objects of art and virtu, graced the salons.
It may be the foundation of a set of bronzes, if stout Lord Walter should turn to virtu.
Curio, kū′ri-o, n. any article of virtu or bric--brac, or anything considered rare and curious.
Nay, more, I hold thee in higher veneration than ever did antiquarian worship the relics of virtu.