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In modern usage, an aquamanile is a ewer or jug-type vessel in the form of one or more animal or human figures. It usually contained water for the washing of hands (aqua + manos) over a basin, which was part of both upper-class meals and the Christian Eucharist.

Robert Lehman Collection No, it’s not a coffee urn (or Ned Kelly): a aquamanile, or ritual hand-washing vessel, from Lower Saxony, probably for court use.

Aquamanile in the shape of a Horse  Date: first half 15th century Geography: Made in, Nuremberg Culture: German Medium: Copper alloy

Aquamanile in the Form of a Horse Date: first half century Geography: Made in Nuremberg Culture: German Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall: 11 x 12 x 3 in., x x cm, Overall PD: 11 x 3 x 12 in. x x cm) Thickness PD: in.

Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion.  Date:     late 13th century–early 14th century. Geography:     Made in, Lower Saxony. Culture:     German. Medium:     Copper alloy.

Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion Date: late century–early century Geography: Made in Lower Saxony Culture: German Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall: 9 x 10 x 4 in., x x cm, Overall PD: 9 x 4 x 11 in. x x 29 cm) Thickness PD: in.

Germany, probably Nuremberg, Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion (Vessel for washing the hands). Copper alloy, engraved, and gilt, about 1400. H. 12 1/2 in

Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion,

Aquamanile in the Form of a Griffin [German (Nuremberg)] (1975.1.1413) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Aquamanile in the Form of a Griffin, ca. An aquamanile (pl. aquamanilia) is an animal- or human-shaped vessel for pouring water used in hand washing, an essential.

Aquamanile in Form eines Löwen Datierung: um 1420 Ort: Nürnberg Material/Technik: Kupferlegierung, in mehreren Teilen gegossen und montiert, ziseliert. Spuren ursprünglicher farbiger Fassung Maße: H. 25,5 cm; L. 23,5 cm; B. 9,5 cm

Aquamanile in Form eines Löwen Datierung: um 1420 Ort: Nürnberg Material/Technik: Kupferlegierung, in mehreren Teilen gegossen und montiert, ziseliert. Spuren ursprünglicher farbiger Fassung Maße: H. 25,5 cm; L. 23,5 cm; B. 9,5 cm

Aquamanile in the Form of Samson and the Lion Unknown, Nothern European (?), possibly German, ca. 1380–1400

Samson & The Lion Aquamanile -- Circa -- Copper Alloyed Bronze. Circa -- Northern Germany -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Pferde-Aquamanile (Aquamanile) Datierung: Mitte bis 2. Hälfte 13. Jh. Ort: Deutsch Material/Technik: Kupferlegierung, gegossen, ziseliert Maße: H. 20 cm; L. 24,3 cm

Pferde-Aquamanile (Aquamanile) Datierung: Mitte bis 2. Hälfte 13. Jh. Ort: Deutsch Material/Technik: Kupferlegierung, gegossen, ziseliert Maße: H. 20 cm; L. 24,3 cm

An aquamanile in the shape of a lion from Nuremburg, c. 1400. Aquamanilia were used to pour water, often by priests cleaning their hands before performing mass.

Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion, ca. 1400 German (Nuremberg) Copper alloy 12 x 4 x 12 in. (not including spigot) x x cm) The Cloisters Collection, 1994

Löwen-Aquamanile (Aquamanile) Hersteller: Werkstatt des Johannes Apengeter Datierung: um 1330 Ort: Lübeck Material/Technik: Kupferlegierung, gegossen, ziseliert Maße: H. 26,2 cm; L. 31 cm

Löwen-Aquamanile (Aquamanile) Hersteller: Werkstatt des Johannes Apengeter Datierung: um 1330 Ort: Lübeck Material/Technik: Kupferlegierung, gegossen, ziseliert Maße: H. 26,2 cm; L. 31 cm

Aquamanile Shaped like a Horse Place of creation: Germany Date: 15th century Material: bronze Technique: cast Dimensions: h. 27,5 cm.

Aquamanile Shaped like a Horse Germany, century Name: Aquamanile Shaped like a Horse Place of creation: Germany Date: century Material: bronze Technique: cast Dimension: h.

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