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Gold Chalice presented to the 1st Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers

Gold Chalice presented to the Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers

Art Nouveau Claret Jug, by WMF Germany c.1906

WMF Art Nouveau Pewter Claret Jug with Flower Decoration - Germany,

Ave Maria

De pé copo com tampa Vinzenz Hofer (ativo 1542-1568) Data: final do século 16 e do século 19, Cultura Alemã, Nuremberga e austríaco, Salzburg Médio: prata dourada, vidro, esmalte, diamantes, rubis

Standing Cup w/ Cover -- Late Century -- German -- Silver gilt, glass, enamel, diamonds, & rubies -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chalice, mid-15th c., Central European (Transylvania?), with 3 coats-of-arms.

Chalice mid century Central European silver,glass,semi precious stones,cloisonne,champleve and basse taille enamel Metropolitan Museum of Art NY

Chalice,  Assayer: Antonio Forcada y la Plaza  Assayer,Mexico city,1790-1818  Silver gilt

Chalice, Assayer: Antonio Forcada y la Plaza Assayer,Mexico

Chalice  Byzantine, 6th-7th century AD  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chalice<br />Byzantine, century AD<br />The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Nautilus shells were popular items in the Renaissance cabinet of curiosities and were often mounted by goldsmiths on a thin stem to make extravagant nautilus shell cups, like the Burghley Nef, mainly intended as decorations rather than for use. Small natural history collections were common in mid-19th century Victorian homes, and chambered nautilus shells were popular decorations..

Engraved in China (nautilus shell carving) late cca. Bequeathed by Baron Ferdinand Anselm de Rothschild

Gold Grail.

Chalice 1790 Made by Jean Francois Xavier Boudde Gold and enamel; cast, chased, filigreed and painted