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Aquamanile in the Form of a Knight on Horseback Date: ca. 1350 Culture: German, Lower Saxony (?) Medium: Bronze; Quaternary copper alloy with a high content of zinc (approx. 73% copper, approx. 15% zinc, approx. 7% lead, approx. 3% tin) with natural patina, hollow cast; remnants of the clay core and iron armature in the legs Dimensions: H. 45.2 cm, w. 12.7 cm, l. 38 cm, wt. 5016 g.

Aquamanile in the Form of a Knight on Horseback Date: ca. 1350 Culture: German, Lower Saxony (?) Medium: Bronze; Quaternary copper alloy with a high content of zinc (approx. 73% copper, approx. 15% zinc, approx. 7% lead, approx. 3% tin) with natural patina, hollow cast; remnants of the clay core and iron armature in the legs Dimensions: H. 45.2 cm, w. 12.7 cm, l. 38 cm, wt. 5016 g.

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 13th century–early 14th century. Geography: Made in, Lower Saxony. Culture: German. Medium: Copper alloy.

Aquamanile in the Form of a Unicorn  Date: ca. 1425–50 Geography: Made in, Nuremberg Culture: German Medium: Copper alloy

Aquamanile in the Form of a Unicorn Date: ca. 1425–50 Geography: Made in, Nuremberg Culture: German Medium: Copper alloy

Aquamanile in the Form of a Head of Man; Hungary (?), Second half of the 14th c., Bronze

Aquamanile in the Form of a Head of Man; Hungary (?), Second half of the 14th c., Bronze

Aquamanile in the Form of a Mounted Knight, probably made in Lower Saxony, Germany, circa 1250, copper alloy

Aquamanile in the Form of a Mounted Knight, probably made in Lower Saxony, Germany, circa 1250, copper alloy

Bronze aquamanile  Medieval, late 13th century AD  From England

Bronze aquamanile Medieval, late 13th century AD From England

Lion Aquamanile. Bronze. Germany (probably Lower Saxony). Circa 1350. 32cm x 33cm.

Lion Aquamanile. Bronze. Germany (probably Lower Saxony). Circa 1350. 32cm x 33cm.

Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion Possibly Northern German, Lubeck?   Artist:     early 19th century Date:     ca. 1230 or early nineteenth century Culture:     Northern Germany, Lubeck (?) Medium:     Bronze; binary copper alloy (approx. 88% copper, approx. 8% tin) hollow cast, chased, engraved, and gilded.

Aquamanile in the Form of a Lion Possibly Northern German, Lubeck? Artist: early 19th century Date: ca. 1230 or early nineteenth century Culture: Northern Germany, Lubeck (?) Medium: Bronze; binary copper alloy (approx. 88% copper, approx. 8% tin) hollow cast, chased, engraved, and gilded.

El traje medieval femenino en el S. XIV

El traje medieval femenino en el S. XIV

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.

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.

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