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The St Nicholas Crozier (Staff head) | Place of origin: Ile-de-France, France (probably or England (probably Winchester), made) ca. 1150-1170 (made)

The St Nicholas Crozier (Staff head) | Place of origin: Ile-de-France, France (probably or England (probably Winchester), made) ca. 1150-1170 (made)

The Saint Nicholas Crozier. Carved Ivory. Right Side. Ile-de-France, France. Circa 1160. 11.7cm x 10.5cm x 2.7cm. The Crozier's Carving shows three scenes from the Life of St Nicholas, the Agnus Dei (The Lamb of God), the Nativity of Christ and the Annunciation to the Shepherds. Saint Nicholas (270-343) was a Beloved Greek Saint Known for his Secret Gift Giving. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England.

The Saint Nicholas Crozier. Carved Ivory. Right Side. Ile-de-France, France. Circa 1160. 11.7cm x 10.5cm x 2.7cm. The Crozier's Carving shows three scenes from the Life of St Nicholas, the Agnus Dei (The Lamb of God), the Nativity of Christ and the Annunciation to the Shepherds. Saint Nicholas (270-343) was a Beloved Greek Saint Known for his Secret Gift Giving. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, England.

Medieval, approx. AD 1325-75 Paris, France. Ivory mirror case which housed metal mirror depicting a scene of hunting with hawks. Falconry was common in Medieval art and was an expression of courtly love. The scenes on the case were relative to the level of society and the dragons flanking each corner were a common decoration for the period.

Medieval, approx. AD 1325-75 Paris, France. Ivory mirror case which housed metal mirror depicting a scene of hunting with hawks. Falconry was common in Medieval art and was an expression of courtly love. The scenes on the case were relative to the level of society and the dragons flanking each corner were a common decoration for the period.

Crozier Head with the Eagle of Saint John. Date 13th century (Medieval) Medium ivory with polychrome and glass inlay

Crozier Head with the Eagle of Saint John. Date 13th century (Medieval) Medium ivory with polychrome and glass inlay

Head of a crozier. Walrus tusk, England, ca. 1120–1130. Anglo Saxon Musee National du Moyen  Age,France

Head of a crozier. Walrus tusk, England, ca. 1120–1130. Anglo Saxon Musee National du Moyen Age,France

Reliquary Plaque with Christ Blessing, walrus ivory, possibly made in Cologne, Germany, circa 1200

Reliquary Plaque with Christ Blessing, walrus ivory, possibly made in Cologne, Germany, circa 1200

Russian walking stick. Circa end18th century. Wood, gold, enamel, diamonds, engraving, polishing, chamfering.

Russian walking stick. Circa end18th century. Wood, gold, enamel, diamonds, engraving, polishing, chamfering.

Chess Piece in the Form of a Knight  Date:ca. 1250 Geography:Made in probably London, England Culture:British Medium:Walrus ivory Dimensions:Overall: 3 1/16 x 2 9/16 x 1 3/8 in. (7.8 x 6.5 x 3.5 cm)

Chess Piece in the Form of a Knight Date:ca. 1250 Geography:Made in probably London, England Culture:British Medium:Walrus ivory Dimensions:Overall: 3 1/16 x 2 9/16 x 1 3/8 in. (7.8 x 6.5 x 3.5 cm)

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