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A Champlevé Enamel Chasse Depicting the Crucifixion -- Circa 1200 -- France, Limoges -- No further reference provided.

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Crozier with Serpent Devouring a Flower, ca. 1200–1220 French, made in Limoges Gilded copper; champlevé enamel; glass cabochons

Victorian perfume bottle, circa 1880. Limoge enamel and silver

French book cover plaque: "Christ in Majesty", Limoges circa. 1185–1210 - The most lavish medieval books were bound in covers set with enamels, jewels, and ivory carvings. This one is made of gilded copper and champlevé enamel. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Virgin and Child French (Limoges) 1200 CE

Antique French Limoges Enamel Scent Perfume Bottle

Title: Two Crowned Martyrs Maker: Unknown; workshop Collection: Frank McClean Category: enamels Name(s): plaque champlevé enamels; category Other Name: pentagonal plaque Date: circa 1200 — circa 1210 School/Style: Medieval Period(s): early 13th Century; Medieval

One of the finest surviving examples of medieval enamel created for a princely table, this beaker was probably made for the Burgundian court. It illustrates a popular legend that remarks on the folly of man. The beaker is decorated with "painted" enamel, so called because the material was applied freely over the silver, without the grooves that separate the colors in champlevé enameling or the incised patterns that provide guidelines for the application of translucent enamels.

Censer Date: 15th century Culture: Italian Medium: Copper-gilt, champlevé enamel