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Chalice, 16th century (1532–33)  Made in Paris, France  Silver-gilt

Chalice à soleil

Chalice -- Century -- France, Paris -- Silver gilt -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Antiguo caliz de plata,recientemente recuperado por la policia por haber sido robado en una Iglesia Ortodoxa Rusa en EE.UU

This antique was seized by the Russian police and given to Orthodox Russians

Chalice of Saint Petersburg. Commissioned by the Empress Catalina la Grande, for the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity of St.

Este caliz fue un obsequio de la Condesa de Coutatvel al Abad Mugnier en 1903,para la Capilla de   La Legion Extranjera

This Cup was a gift from the Countess of Coutatvel to the Abbot Mugnier in for the chapel of the Foreign Legion

Ceremonia y rúbrica de la Iglesia española - Cálices hispanos históricos - Vasos sagrados

Ceremonia y rúbrica de la Iglesia española - Cálices hispanos históricos - Vasos sagrados

Calice en argent, 17ième siècle Reliquary / Religious Icons More Pins Like This At : FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Calice en argent, 17ième siècle Reliquary / Religious Icons More Pins Like This At : FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Late 19th century French Gothic Chalice in solid silver gilt. Made by the French silversmith Louis Gille, who worked in Lyon, France in the latter part of the 19th century from 1878.

Late century French Gothic Chalice in solid silver gilt. Made by the French silversmith Louis Gille, who worked in Lyon, France in the latter part of the century from

Chalice with 12 Apostles  First half of the 13th century  Name: Chalice with 12 Apostles Date: First half of the 13th century Epoch. Period: Romanesque School: Rhine-Meuse area Material: silver Technique: chased, engraved and gilded Dimension: h. 17,3 cm.

Chalice with 12 Apostles First half of the century Name: Chalice with 12 Apostles Date: First half of the century Epoch. Period: Romanesque School: Rhine-Meuse area Material: silver Technique: chased, engraved and gilded Dimension: h.

Faience cup in shape of a lotus flower   In Ancient Egypt the lotus flower was the symbol of new life. It also represented wet places, such as swamps and branches of the Nile. It is 15 cm high and 9cm in diameter (5 7/8 x 3 9/16 inch)   Egyptian, New Kingdom, 19th dynasty (Ramesside Period), 1295 - 1185 BC.   Source: Metropolitan Museum

An ancient Egyptian faience cup in the form of a blue lotus, a symbol of beauty and rebirth. Period: New Kingdom, Ramesside Dynasty: Dynasty 19 Date: ca. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt Medium: Faience (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

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