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Chalice | Cleveland Museum of Art 15th century,Budapest Silver and feligree…

Chalice | Cleveland Museum of Art 15th century,Budapest Silver and feligree…

Chalice  Date: mid-15th century Geography: Made in, Rouen, France Culture: French Medium: Translucent enamel, silver, partial gilt and niello

Chalice Date: mid-15th century Geography: Made in, Rouen, France Culture: French Medium: Translucent enamel, silver, partial gilt and niello

A Venetian enamel and polychrome cup, circa 1500.

A Venetian enamel and polychrome cup, circa 1500.

Chalice (Cáliz) Mexico, Mexico City, 1575-1578 Furnishings; Serviceware Silver gilt, rock crystal, boxwood, feathers

Chalice (Cáliz) Mexico, Mexico City, 1575-1578 Furnishings; Serviceware Silver gilt, rock crystal, boxwood, feathers

Gold dagger handle, 599-400 BCE (Eastern Zhou dynasty), China.

Gold dagger handle, 599-400 BCE (Eastern Zhou dynasty), China.

Monstrance of Santa Clara Church, Tunja Colombia, today owned by the Bank of the Republic, Bogota, Colombia. Gold and emeralds.  banrepcultural.org

Monstrance of Santa Clara Church, Tunja Colombia, today owned by the Bank of the Republic, Bogota, Colombia. Gold and emeralds. banrepcultural.org

Basílica de San Isidoro de León...Ahi esta el Santo Grial

Basílica de San Isidoro de León...Ahi esta el Santo Grial

Arte Nouveau del estaño Montada del vidrio verde Jarro, c. 1900,

Arte Nouveau del estaño Montada del vidrio verde Jarro, c. 1900,

Chalice 	Chalice  (1650–1700)  Made of silver, this exceptionally elegant vessel reflects a style characteristic of workshops in Constantinople. This chalice comes from a village church in a region conquered by the Turks four centuries before the fall of Constantinople. Despite the Turkish conquest, the Christian community survived for 900 years.

Chalice Chalice (1650–1700) Made of silver, this exceptionally elegant vessel reflects a style characteristic of workshops in Constantinople. This chalice comes from a village church in a region conquered by the Turks four centuries before the fall of Constantinople. Despite the Turkish conquest, the Christian community survived for 900 years.

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