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This opulent chalice, with richly colored and exquisitely drawn enamels, represents the Crucifixion, the Virgin, and Saints John the Evangelist, Louis of Toulouse, John the Baptist, and Anthony of Padua (?)

This opulent chalice, with richly colored and exquisitely drawn enamels, represents the Crucifixion, the Virgin, and Saints John the Evangelist, Louis of Toulouse, John the Baptist, and Anthony of Padua (?)

Chalice

Chalice

Chalice Place of origin: Birmingham, England Date: 1851 Artist/Maker: Pugin, Augustus Welby Northmore, born 1812 - died 1852 (designer) John Hardman Co. (maker) Materials and Techniques: Silver, parcel gilt, with champlevé enamels and garnets - V A

Chalice Date: ca. 1460–80 Culture: Hungarian Medium: Cloisonné enamel, silver-gilt

Chalice Date: ca. 1460–80 Culture: Hungarian Medium: Cloisonné enamel, silver-gilt

Chalice . In the sacrament of the communion the Armenian Church uses wine, without mixing it with water. This tradition is specific to the Armenian Church.

Chalice . In the sacrament of the communion the Armenian Church uses wine, without mixing it with water. This tradition is specific to the Armenian Church.

russianEnamels-Потир золотой. 1664. Мастерские Московского Кремля | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

russianEnamels-Потир золотой. 1664. Мастерские Московского Кремля | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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