Liturgical chapel stamped with the arms of...

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Liturgical chapel stamped with the arms of...

Liturgical chapel stamped with the arms of Mathieu de Montmorency-Laval, in its carrying case (wear and tear), in repoussé, applied and chiselled vermeil. It includes:
- Chalice on a pedestal applied with scenes from the Passion, alternating bunches of grapes and wheat, the shaft ringed, the goblet lined with gold applied in medallions of the face of Christ, Saint John and Mary Magdalene alternating with stylized foliage, wheat and vine branches.
High. Paten engraved with the Christic monogram surrounded by the Crown of Thorns,
the wing adorned with the instruments of the Passion in alternating medallions of bouquets of knotted rushes (small shocks).
Diameter: 16 cm - Weight: 162,4 g
- Pair of ewers on pedestal with interlacing decoration, ovum leaves and rolled flowered handle. The ewer for wine with a lid applied with a bunch of grapes, the ewer for water with a lid applied with a shell and a lid applied with rushes. Dated on the reverse side 1818.
High. : 17 cm - Weight : 508,5 g ;
- Oval shuttle, the umbilical basin accommodates two ewers, the applied wing of the Tetramorph figures alternating rushes and vine branches. Dated on the reverse side 1818.
High. : 4,5 cm - Length : 31 cm - Width : 18,5 cm - Weight : 374,3 g.
Master goldsmith Jean-Charles CAHIER, who inscribed his stamp 1801, goldsmith appointed to the kings Louis XVIII and Charles X.
Total weight: 1987 g.
Restoration period.

Attached:
A golden metal lunula. A similar chapel belonging to Cardinal Louis François de Rohan-Chabot, kept in the treasury of Besançon Cathedral.
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