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St John from a Calvary Group

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High medieval chrismatory
Nozzle Candlestick Flanders Tournai column
Sarcophagus fragment
Vessel Corpus Fountain Basin with Lion Johannes Grusch Atelier Initial M
Cambrai Cathedral  Grotesque Royal Atelier,  Head of a Saint Virgo Lactans Heraldic Angel
Corpus Jean Columbe The Coronation of the Virgin Carved writing desk Workshop Jean Bourdichon The Flight into Egypt
Workshop Jan Borman I Pieta Nozzle Candlestick Gethsemane (Agony in the Garden) Candlestick
The Fall Six Wall Tiles Queen Virgin and Child
Virgin and Child Assumption and Coronation of the Virgin Head of a Queen St Catherine
Master Geneva Latini (aka. Master of Rouen Echevinage) Pieta, Anonymous Master Venus, Marble Torso Lion Capital
St. Paul’s Epistles, with the Glossoria Ordinaria Candlestick Bible, Master Alexander? Corpus
Acanthus leaf capital Fourteen “baisse-taille” mounts Tapestry Fragment Lucon Master entourage, The Annunciation
A Merchant?, Corbel Adoration of the Magi, Virgil Master? Floor tile with open book? Figure of a Prophet or Evangelist
Burial scene The Flagellation Ecce Homo, Cupboard doors A winged goat Gargoyle
Coffer Cross Box Grotesques, A mocking man and a wild feline
Benedictine Missal Corner or Arch Capital Jeremiah, Initial V from a giant Romanesque Bible Column
Christ in Majesty, Roundel Head of a Knight Corbel Wisdom and Jeremiah, Du Prat Atelier Anvil
A Daisy, a Stag and a Lion, 3 Floor tiles Bible, Johannes Grusch Atelier Floral Capital Vine leaf Socle
Ornamental Knight in Tournament Belt Buckle A Grotesque Blowing a Trumpet, Choirbook Cutting St. Peter
Three leaves from a Psalter The Throne of Grace, Ivory Diptych Leaf Virgin and Child with Angels, Ivory Diptych Leaf Torch Stand
Oak Casket with Ironwork Book of Hours, Use of Sarum Saint Giles Socarrat, A Barnyard Cock

1. Old Testament King, perhaps Melchisedech or David

Origin: Ile de France
Date: 1140-1155
Material: Lutetian limestone from the Oise valley
Dimensions: 29cm high
Provenance:

Unknown before 2007.
Galerie Ratton-Ladrière Paris.

Literature:

Unpublished

Availability Not for sale

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