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Beaker and cover | Place of origin: Basel (Germany), Germany (probably, made)  Date: 1450-1500 (made)

Beaker and cover

Beaker and cover | Place of origin: Basel (Germany), Germany (probably, made) Date: 1450-1500 (made)

Beaker  Attributed to Hans Greiff  (active ca. 1470-1516)  Date: 15th–16th century Geography: Made in, Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany

Beaker Attributed to Hans Greiff (active ca. 1470-1516) Date: 15th–16th century Geography: Made in, Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany

Goblet Shaped like a Horn   Glass, enamels and silver; gilded. H. 29.5 cm   Syria (horn); Germany (?) (mount). 14th century (horn), 1551 (mount)

Goblet Shaped like a Horn Glass, enamels and silver; gilded. H. 29.5 cm Syria (horn); Germany (?) (mount). 14th century (horn), 1551 (mount)

MASTER OF THE LIFE OF THE VIRGIN | Mary Altar. The Annunciation. | c. 1463 | German | Gothic (Late) Oil and gold on oak | Cologne. Westfalia. Germany

MASTER OF THE LIFE OF THE VIRGIN | Mary Altar. The Annunciation. | c. 1463 | German | Gothic (Late) Oil and gold on oak | Cologne. Westfalia. Germany

Butterfly Reliquary 1300-1350 Silver, gilt and enamel, 4 x 5 cm Cathedral Museum, Regensburg

Butterfly Reliquary 1300-1350 Silver, gilt and enamel, 4 x 5 cm Cathedral Museum, Regensburg

Rieti: Bott. ungherese sec. XV, Reliquiario a vaso con coppa baccellata, BEWEB Portal

Rieti: Bott. ungherese sec. XV, Reliquiario a vaso con coppa baccellata, BEWEB Portal

c. 1400 - 1450 tripod brazier (Italy) - wrought iron and copper (45 15/16 in.) "Metal braziers were filled with hot coals and used to heat rooms. Similar braziers are often depicted in 15th-century paintings and frescoes, shown in use in childbirth scenes and in hospitals, infirmaries, and sick rooms.  This brazier consists of a detachable coal pan and an ornate tripod stand...." Cleveland Museum of Art 1916.97

c. 1400 - 1450 tripod brazier (Italy) - wrought iron and copper (45 15/16 in.) "Metal braziers were filled with hot coals and used to heat rooms. Similar braziers are often depicted in 15th-century paintings and frescoes, shown in use in childbirth scenes and in hospitals, infirmaries, and sick rooms. This brazier consists of a detachable coal pan and an ornate tripod stand...." Cleveland Museum of Art 1916.97

Plate Date: late 15th century Culture: German Medium: Brass Dimensions: Overall: 15 1/2 x 2 1/8 in. (39.4 x 5.4 cm)

Plate Date: late 15th century Culture: German Medium: Brass Dimensions: Overall: 15 1/2 x 2 1/8 in. (39.4 x 5.4 cm)

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