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Fabergé rock crystal bowl with two-colour gold, blue enamel and rose diamond stem, workmaster Michael Perchin. Given to Queen Mary when Duchess of York by the Dowager Tsarina Marie Feodorovna, Christmas 1895.

Fabergé rock crystal bowl with two-colour gold, blue enamel and rose diamond stem, workmaster Michael Perchin. Given to Queen Mary when Duchess of York by the Dowager Tsarina Marie Feodorovna, Christmas 1895.

Chalice of Emperor Romanos II, c.960 (sardonyx, silver gilt, cloisonne enamel & pearl) (see also 254902)

Chalice of Emperor Romanos II, (sardonyx, silver gilt, cloisonne enamel & pearl). ♣ Romanos / Romanus II (Ρωμανός) – 15 March was a Byzantine Emperor. He succeeded his father Constantine VII in 959 at the age of twenty-one and died suddenly in

Chalice,made in 1462  Central European  Silver,gilded silver,cloisonne enamel and perarls

Chalice Date: 1462 Culture: Southeastern European Medium: Gilded silver, filigree enamel, pearls Dimensions: Overall: 8 x 5 in. x 14 cm) diam. of cup: 4 in.

Austrian silver-gilt chalice:  rock crystal, gilded and enameled silver, pearls, emeralds, precious stones, Austria (Vienna), c1850 - 1875

Austrian silver-gilt chalice: rock crystal, gilded and enameled silver, pearls…

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.

The most magnificent piece is a gold chalice that Catherine commissioned as part of a communion set in 1791. It was made in St. Petersburg by Iver Windfeldt Buch of gold, diamonds, chalcedony, bloodstone, nephrite, carnelian, and cast glass.

A gold chalice that Catherine ll commissioned as part of a communion set in It was made in St. Petersburg by Iver Windfeldt Buch .

Epact: Chalice Dial signed by Bartholomaeus Madauer, dated 1554

Epact: Scientific Instruments of Medieval and Renaissance Europe

Chalice offered by the Emperor Romanus with enamels representing Christ and the Apostles, c. 10th century.

Chalice offered by the Emperor Romanus with enamels representing Christ and the Apostles, circa, century.

Chalice of Peter of Sassoferrato, ca. 1341-1342. Italian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1988 (1988.67)

Chalice of Peter of Sassoferrato Date: ca. Geography: Made in Siena, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Silver-gilt, translucent enamels Dimensions: Overall: 8 x 5 in. x cm) Base: 5 Classification: Metalwork-Silver

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

Chalice century, Budapest Silver and feligree enamel. At The Cleveland Museum of Art.

Description            The Fingask Chalice, silver-gilt chalice decorated with basse-taille enamels of Christ, the Apostles and St Denis: French, Paris, early 16th century    		            Production information            Paris, France, Europe            		                        Date            Early 16th century

*The Fingask Chalice, silver-gilt chalice decorated with basse-taille enamels of Christ, the Apostles and St Denis.

Chalice, by Umbrian-Senese Work, 15th Century - 16th Century, pressed silver, embossed and gilded and enamel. Italy: Umbria: Perugia: Assisi: Treasury Museum of San Francesco Basilica. Whole artwork. Chalice silver gold enamel decoration  - stock photo

Chalice, by Umbrian-Senese Work, Century - Century, pressed silver, embossed and gilded and enamel. Italy: Umbria: Perugia: Assisi: Treasury Museum of San Francesco Basilica.

The Attarouthi Treasure - Chalice   Date: 500–650  Geography: Made in Attarouthi, Syria  Culture: Byzantine  Medium: Silver and gilded silver  Dimensions: Overall: 9 9/16 x 6 5/8 in. (24.3 x 16.8 cm) Diam. of foot: 3 7/8 in. (9.9 cm) Diam. of knop: 1 5/8 in. (4.1 cm) Capacity of cup: 2100 ml  Classification: Metalwork-Silver

The Attarouthi Treasure - Chalice Date: late century Geography: Made in Attarouthi, Syria Culture: Byzantine Medium: Silver and gilded silver

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