Virgin & Child (detail) Circa 1200 -- Limoges, France -- Copper: formed, repoussé, engraved, chased, scraped, and gilt; hands cast; champlevé enamel: dark, medium, and light blue; turquoise, green, yellow, red, and white; glass cabochons; wood core -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art
FABERGE RUSSIAN SILVER & ENAMEL EGG w STAND - Incredible Russian silver & cobalt enamel egg by Faberge. Has intricate raised design depicting the Russian double headed eagle, torches, wreaths and griffins. Mounted with Cabochon garnets to top and bottom. Gold wash interior. Has Ivan Lebedkin, Moscow town marks with 88 silver purity mark. Has cyrillic Faberge mark
A Russian silver gilt and Pan-Slavic style shaded cloisonné enamel basket, retailed by Orest Kurlyukov, but almost certainly made by Feodor Ruckert; Moscow, circa 1908-1917. The bombe-shape basket completely covered in polychrome stylized flowerheads against a scrolling filigree and blue enamel ground beneath a wide muted enamel border of additional scroll designs, additional enamel patterns are continued on the swing arm handle.
Pyx, Limoges, ca. 1200. Copper alloy, enamel, gold. Taken from the Greek word 'pyxis' meaning 'box-wood receptacle', pyxes were vessels used to house the Eucharist which was given to the congregation during the celebration of Mass.