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Romanesque style Chalice, Paul Brunet, XIX century, France.

French century Romanesque style Chalice in solid silver gilt. Chalice made by the French silversmith Paul Brunet, who worked around Paris in the second half of the century.

Late 19th century French Gothic Chalice in solid silver gilt. The Chalice is made in solid silver, hallmarked throughout, and  gilded all over. Around the base, are fine coloured enamels depiciting Our Lady of Perpetual Help, St Therese of Avilla, Our Lady of Lourdes & St Frances de Sales.

Late 19th century French Gothic Chalice in solid silver gilt. The Chalice is made in solid silver, hallmarked throughout, and gilded all over. Around the base, are fine coloured enamels depiciting Our Lady of Perpetual Help, St Therese of Avilla, Our Lady of Lourdes & St Frances de Sales.

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Romanesque style Chalice made by the renowned 19th century French Silversmith, Poussilegue-Rusand (1824-1889).

Romanesque style Chalice made by the renowned century French Silversmith, Poussilegue-Rusand

Late 19th century French Gothic Chalice in solid silver gilt. Made by the French silversmith Louis Gille, who worked in Lyon, France in the latter part of the 19th century from 1878.

Late century French Gothic Chalice in solid silver gilt. Made by the French silversmith Louis Gille, who worked in Lyon, France in the latter part of the century from

Chalice, 16th century (1532–33) Made in Paris, France Silver–gilt;  | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chalice -- Century -- France, Paris -- Silver gilt -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

With stars and crosses<br/><br/>Inscribed in Greek: Of Saint John of the village of Tarothis <br/><br/>The stars probably represent the star of Bethlehem that announced Christ's birth, the crosses the manner of his death

The Attarouthi Treasure - Chalice -- Late Centuries -- Syrian -- -- Silver & gilded silver -- The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chalice, mid-15th c., Central European (Transylvania?), with 3 coats-of-arms.

Chalice mid century Central European silver,glass,semi precious stones,cloisonne,champleve and basse taille enamel Metropolitan Museum of Art NY

CHALICE France, 19th century Silver, partly gilded, rich relief decor with angel heads and plant motifs, marked with Minerva's head.

CHALICE France, century Silver, partly gilded, rich relief decor with angel heads and plant motifs, marked with Minerva's head.

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