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Heiliges Grab als liturgisches Gerät (Altarkreuz und Hostienbehältnis); Inventarnummer: KG159: Datierung: Mitte (?) 12. Jh.; Ort: Sachsen/Niedersachsen; Material/Technik: Bronze, gegossen, graviert, ziseliert; Maße: H. 24 cm; B. 16 cm; T. 8,6 cm; GERMANISCHES NATIONALMUSEUM

Custodial Great Britain (?), Late 15th century Name: Custodial Place of creation: Great Britain (?) Date: Late 15th century Material: copper Technique: carved and gilded Dimension: h. 29 cm

Natternzungen-Kredenz Nürnberg (?) um 1450 Tafelgerät Silber, vergoldet, fossile Haifischzähne, Citrin (Quarz) H. 27 cm

*Censer, in the form of a standing on a low foot 6-sided Gothic chapel. Italy, northern Italy. Copper, gold, engraved. 1400 - 1500. Origin: St. Kadriorg.

A medieval tabernacle from Cologne: Base of tabernacle with metal underside removed, revealing an attribution note from 1855 This object, made around 1180 A.D.

Reliquary of the Virgin and Saints. This type of reliquary, sometimes called bursa or "purse-shaped," originated in Germany and Austria in the 13th century. On the back is a long inscription that lists all the relics once contained inside. In the Middle Ages, it was not unusual to combine many relics in one container, thereby increasing the number of saints who could potentially intercede to help answer the prayers of the faithful. Date: late century (Medieval). Walters Art Museum

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