Plaque from a Reliquary Shrine. ca. 1186. Made in, Cologne, Germany. Champlevé and cloisonné enamel, copper alloy, gilt. Among the most splendid objects in the great churches of Cologne are large architectural shrines containing relics associated with local saints. These ambitious goldsmiths’ works are among the greatest artistic achievements of their time.
A Faberge gilded silver and shaded cloisonne enamel champagne flute, Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, circa 1900. Of tapering form, the lower section of the goblet gadrooned and decorated with applied cables, the stem with two knops, the upper body enameled with brightly colored, stylized floiage against a cream ground, set on a spreading foot similarly enameled
Henri II, King of France Léonard Limosin (ca. 1505–1575/1577) Date: probably ca. 1555–60 Culture: French, Limoges Medium: Enamel on copper, partly gilt Dimensions: H. 3 1/2 in. (8.9 cm); W. 2 11/16 in. (6.8 cm.) Classification: Enamels Credit Line: Purchase, Rogers Fund, and Ruth Blumka Gift, in honor of Kimberly Nasatir, 1994 Accession Number: 1994.73
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