14th-15thC Silver-Gilt Cruciform Pendant "Thine Is The Power Throughout Endless Ages, O Lord". A cruciform pendant with cabochon-cut amethyst to the centre, rounded knops with textured detailing to the end of each arm, integral loop for suspension; to the reverse, the name "HENRI" inscribed on the vertical axis, the acronym "AGLA" horizontally, a Maltese cross to the centre. 2.94 grams, 33 mm (Auctioneer site, 4/5 October 2012)
Oggetto: Spilla fermaveste Materiale: Lega di rame o lega d'argento, Pietra dura Periodo: XIII-XIV sec Dimensioni: Larghezza 4,5 cm circa Fonti: Ispirata ad originale conservato al Victoria and Albert Museum (Londra) Item: Clothing brooch Material: Copper alloy/Silver alloy and semi precious stone Period: XIII-XIV cent. Size: Width 4,5 cm circa Source: Inspired to original from Victoria And Albert Museum (London) www.facebook.com/ilgatto.lavolpe.5
Colar de ouro da Rainha Stª Isabel, Século XIV (1ª metade).Portugal. Rare gold necklace, enriched by the contrasting colours of the precious stones, belonged to the bequest of the Queen, Saint Isabel. It consists of 8 multi-lobed plates, linked by two parallel chains and accented by 9 baroque pearls in groups of 3. The central gems (3 sapphires, 1 glass, 1 glass doublet and 2 topazes) are surrounded by a collar, encircled on the base with a typical medieval setting of small beads.
ring brooch, gold, engraved and enamelled. Of sexfoil shape, the front is engraved with four-petalled flowers, outlined in black enamel, back with an inscription in Latin in Lombardic letters and enamelled in black '+ AVE MARIA GRACIA PLENA DON [NOBIS PACEM]' (Holy Mary, full of grace, give [us peace]). England or France 1250-1350