Chalice. 1449. Work of Ivan Fomin. Donated by Grand Prince Vassili II.

Chalice. 1449. Work of Ivan Fomin. Donated by Grand Prince Vassili II.

63. Silver Chalice. This superb silver chalice declares its origins very clearly. Engraved on the base in Latin is “Malachy O’Queally Doctor of Sacred Theology from Paris and Archbishop of Tuam had this chalice made for the convent of friars minor of Rosserrilly \[Co Galway], 1640.” O’Queally, with his continental connections, was representative of the key role of the Franciscans in re-creating an Irish Catholic identity after the Flight of the Earls.

63. Silver Chalice. This superb silver chalice declares its origins very clearly. Engraved on the base in Latin is “Malachy O’Queally Doctor of Sacred Theology from Paris and Archbishop of Tuam had this chalice made for the convent of friars minor of Rosserrilly \[Co Galway], 1640.” O’Queally, with his continental connections, was representative of the key role of the Franciscans in re-creating an Irish Catholic identity after the Flight of the Earls.

Chalice,made in 1462  Central European  Silver,gilded silver,cloisonne enamel and perarls

Chalice,made in 1462 Central European Silver,gilded silver,cloisonne enamel and perarls

Chalice, XVIII century.Echmiadzin

Chalice, XVIII century.Echmiadzin

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Coupe en argent et vermeil Allemagne vers 1670 - Sotheby's

Coupe en argent et vermeil Allemagne vers 1670 - Sotheby's

The Tassilo Chalice © Kremsmünster, Benediktinerstift, Foto: Josef Leithner

The Tassilo Chalice © Kremsmünster, Benediktinerstift, Foto: Josef Leithner

Italian , Sienese                                Chalice, ca. 1350–75                Silver and copper with gilding and translucent enamel

Italian , Sienese Chalice, ca. 1350–75 Silver and copper with gilding and translucent enamel

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