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

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Victorian perfume bottle, circa 1880. Limoge enamel and silver

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

Chrismatory, ca. 1200–1220 Limoges Copper: engraved, chased, and gilt; champlevé enamel: lapis and lavender blue, turquoise, light and dark green, red, and white

Virgin and Child French (Limoges) 1200 CE

Antique Limoges Virgin Mary French Vibrant Enamel Limoges Signed Georges Papault

Ewer, circa, late 15th, early 16th century. Culture: Italian, (Venice). Medium: Painted enamel on copper, partly gilt.

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

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

Camille Faure, Vase circa 1925 Limoges, France, has long been a center of enamel ware. This Art Deco vase, dating from about 1925, is the product of Camille Faure (1872 or 1874-1956) and is enamel with copper. It’s located in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond.