Record ID: LVPL-1D1E07 Object type: EYELET Broad period: MEDIEVAL County: Central Bedfordshire Silver eyelet of probable Late to Post-Medieval date, c.1350-1700. The eyelet is a flower in shape with central perforation. In between each of the petals and pellets sits a curved diagonal spoke which radiates from the centre. The central perforation is raised higher than the surround. The reverse shows a raised double ridge around the perforation for attachment.
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)
England, Britain (possibly, made) France (possibly, made) Date:1250-1350 (made) Artist/Maker:unknown (production) Materials and Techniques:Gold, engraved; Enamel
Italian Bobbin Lace ~ 16th century ~ collar with supportase ~ Metropolitan Museum of Art
Buttons, cast silver, c. 1600.
1350: Pomander shaped as an apple, of silver, silver gilt, and niello. The sections of the body of the pomander are held in place by a pin with a screw section at the top, the whole attached to an octagonal gadrooned head to which is hinged a quatrefoil handle. Inscriptions run around the edge of each section relating to the Judgement of Paris, the interior and exterior decoration of scrolling foliage and geometric patterns.
Victoria and Albert Museum, From newly opened Renaissance Medieval rooms 1450-1500 Italy, Gold brocade gilded silver buckle with enamel...
AN EXTREMELY RARE ANGLO SAXON GOLD RING mid 9th-century Of lobed quatrefoil design, each of the four panels decorated with a stylised creature, which from the top, appear to be a hare or rabbit, a bird of prey, a swan and a dog; at the centre there is a flowerhead with eight petals. The hoop with lettering reading CYNEFRID between two crosses and flanked by a stylised deer and a hare to each shoulder. The decoration and lettering would have stood out from the niello background.