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The earliest surviving piece incorporating plique-à-jour technique is The Mérode Cup, the surviving medieval piece in plique-à-jour, c. 1400 (V Museum no. 403-1872)

The earliest surviving piece incorporating plique-à-jour technique is The Mérode Cup, the surviving medieval piece in plique-à-jour, c. 1400 (V Museum no. 403-1872)

Beaker with Apes

Beaker with Apes

Alacahöyük étendard rituel en forme de cerf bronze et argent Hittite

Alacahöyük étendard rituel en forme de cerf bronze et argent Hittite

Beaker ("Monkey Cup"), ca. 1425–1450  South Netherlandish; Made in Burgundian Territories  Silver, silver-gilt, painted enamel

Beaker ("Monkey Cup"), ca. 1425–1450 South Netherlandish; Made in Burgundian Territories Silver, silver-gilt, painted enamel

Laos | Silver necklace from the Hmong people of the Louang Pradang province | Silver and metal.

Laos | Silver necklace from the Hmong people of the Louang Pradang province | Silver and metal.

The Mérode Cup, France (Burgundy) about 1400-20

The Mérode Cup, France (Burgundy) about 1400-20

Plique-à-jour — Wikipédia

Plique-à-jour — Wikipédia

Merode cup. London, V & A

Merode cup. London, V & A

Merode Cup, decorated with translucent enamel. French or Burgundy, 15th century. London, Victoria And Albert Museum

Merode Cup, decorated with translucent enamel. French or Burgundy, 15th century. London, Victoria And Albert Museum

Bracelets, Lapis Lazuli and gold, 940 BCE, 22nd Dynasty Ancient Egypt "Gold cuff bracelet of Prince Nemareth: the inner side of the smaller segment of this bracelet is inscribed for a man with the...

Bracelets, Lapis Lazuli and gold, 940 BCE, 22nd Dynasty Ancient Egypt "Gold cuff bracelet of Prince Nemareth: the inner side of the smaller segment of this bracelet is inscribed for a man with the...

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