Chasse. Apôtres et anges. Cuivre champlevé émaillé et doré. Musée de Cluny. Paris. 5e
Reliquary Chasse with Angels
Les sculptures souabes au musée de Cluny.
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Prêtre de Sérapis - statue gallo-romaine - Musée de Cluny - Paris
Reliquary Chasse with the Holy Women at the Tomb. Culture: French (Limoges). ca. 1200–1210, Copper gilt over wood, enamel (champlevé), glass Walters Art Museum. ToH 183X
Tapestry "Le Retour de la chasse". Paris, musée de Cluny - musée national du Moyen-Age.
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Saint Christopher, 1400–1425French; Made in ToulouseSilver, silver-gilt 25 5/8 x 11 3/4 in. (65.1 x 29.9 cm)Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 (17.190.361) @Dan Soule Venerated from the early centuries of Christianity, Saint Christopher—whose name means “Christ-bearer”—was honored as the protector of travelers. According to The Golden Legend, Christopher ferried a small child across a river. As he did so, the child’s weight grew increasingly heavy. When Christopher
A gilt-copper and polychrome enamel rectangular reliquary chasse. The front depicting the martyrdom of St. Saturninus, the ends each with a standing saint and reverse with hinged door and a repeating quatrilobe pattern. As described in a Christies' auction catalog. It sold for well over a quarter million dollars. x