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The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Portable Altar

Portable Altar Date: early century Culture: North German Medium: Copper with gilding and champlevé enamels, mounted on a modern copper casket MET

Exquisite gold casket, one of the few extant belongings of Isabella of France, Queen consort of England as wife of Edward II.

Exquisite gold casket, one of the few extant belongings of Isabella of France, Queen consort of England as wife of Edward II.

Mnma,_portable_altar_from_north_france,_1100_ca..JPG (1945×1134)

Mnma,_portable_altar_from_north_france,_1100_ca..JPG (1945×1134)

Limoges  vers 1170 - 1180    Châsse à fonds vermiculés : Scènes de la vie de saint Martial   Email champlevé sur cuivre doré    Ancienne collection Saint-Rémy, Cébiel ; don V. Martin Le Roy, 1929  Département des Objets d'art	  OA 8101

Limoges vers 1170 - 1180 Châsse à fonds vermiculés : Scènes de la vie de saint Martial Email champlevé sur cuivre doré Ancienne collection Saint-Rémy, Cébiel ; don V. Martin Le Roy, 1929 Département des Objets d'art OA 8101

small reliquary casket displays features which are typical of Limoges production between 1200 and 1225

Chasse of Champagnat. Saint Martial, first bishop of Limoges, prominently appears to the right of Christ on this gilded enamel reliquary