Jewelry from Medieval Europe
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Cleveland Museum of Art; Pendant, 1200s; France, Gothic period, 13th century; gilded copper, champlevé enamel, Overall - h:10.20 w:8.95 cm (h:4 w:3 1/2 inches).
unusually thick late medieval English gold ring-brooch decorated with three crowns and the posy "sans muer" [without changing -- i.e. (my love is) constant, unchanging]. Found in Hertogenbosch and now in the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam (whence image)
Spange (sog. Handtrouwebratzen) auf der Dornscheibe: Samson im Kampf mit dem Löwen Silber, teilweise vergoldet 14. Jahrhundert
Agraffe (clasp) used to fasten a cloak or mantel. This exceptional example is in perfect condition. The birds in translucent enamel closely correspond to enamels created about 1300, that are now in the cathedral treasury of Cologne and that inspired the Cologne goldsmith Gabriel Hermeling.
Médaillon ajouré en émaux de Limoges provenant d'un coffre de la fin du XIIème
Casket applique with coat of arms. Partially gilt and champlevé enamelled copper. Limoges 13th century. Sothebys.
A resized image of IOW-336352 Medieval Annular Brooch. Treasure case no. 2012 T221
Period: Medieval Date Range: Circa 14th - 15th century Primary Material: Silver Method of Manufacture: Cast Surface Treatment: Gilded Size (mm): 17mm diameter Record created by: Hidden Findspot: Hatfield County: ESSEX
English fourteenth-century silver brooch decorated with eight heraldic shields, including the royal arms of England pre-1340, Beauchamp, de Clare and de Bohun; inscribed in Latin 'Iesus Nazarenus Rex Judeorum'/'Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews', and French, 'Mon Quer Avet'/'You Have My Heart'. (British Museum)
Circa 13th - 14th century. OXFORDSHIRE. Copper alloy. 26mm x 26mm. A medieval open-frame brooch in the form of a quatrefoil with cusps between the arcs. The copper-alloy pin is fitted on a constriction at the centre of one of the arcs.
Richard III and the Middleham Jewel - News and events, University of York
The Founder's Jewel, given to New College Oxford by William Wykeham in 1404