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Limoges enamel-- was produced at Limoges, France, already the most famous, but not the most high quality, European center of vitreous enamel production by the 12th century; its works were known as Opus de Limogia or Labor Limogiae. Limoges became famous for champlevé enamels, producing on a large scale, and then from the 15th century retained its lead by switching to painted enamel, often in grisaille, on flat metal plaques or vessels of many forms.Box holy oils Louvre

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Ciborium -- Circa 1180 -- Master Alpais -- Gilt, engraved, & chiseled copper -- The Louvre

Limoges (c. 1200) Maître Alpais ciborium Provenance: Montmajour

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

Etruscan funerary monument 3rd-2nd century BC Terracotta

Sumerian cloisonné ring | circa 3000 B.C, | Property of the Louvre in Paris.

#Etruscan -- Jug with a spout in the shape of an animal -- Circa 600-BCE -- Tuscany