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      Reliquary of Thomas Becket. Copper and enamel, with the murder of St Thomas Becket, Limoges enamel. Français : Châsse reliquaire de saint Thomas Becket, œuvre de Limoges. Date circa 1210 Medium copper alloy and enamel on wood Dimensions Height: 16 cm (6.3 in). Width: 6.85 cm (2.7 in). Current location British Museum, UK

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      Reliquary of Thomas Becket, 13th century copper and enamel

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      Reliquary of Thomas Becket. Copper and enamel, 13th century. #antique #box

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