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Chapelet ivoire France XVI° Petit Palais

Chapelet ivoire France XVI° Petit Palais

Picture from the Curious Frau on FB.  4 paternosters are from Deutsch History Museum, all date to the 16th c, or earlier.

Picture from the Curious Frau on FB. 4 paternosters are from Deutsch History Museum, all date to the 16th c, or earlier.

Rosary with Cross of Tau pendant      1501/1550    The Cross of Tau has been considered a means of protection against the plague since the 6th century. It is also the symbol of St. Anthony, who is called on in cases of ergot poisoning or "St. Anthony's fire".

Rosary with Cross of Tau pendant 1501/1550 The Cross of Tau has been considered a means of protection against the plague since the 6th century. It is also the symbol of St. Anthony, who is called on in cases of ergot poisoning or "St. Anthony's fire".

4 Decade Medieval 'AMBER' Rosary Paternoster SCA Re-enactment LARP Costume Ren

4 Decade Medieval 'AMBER' Rosary Paternoster SCA Re-enactment LARP Costume Ren

Paternoster      Place of origin: Germany       Date: 1475-1500       Artist/Maker:  Unknown       Materials and Techniques:      Silver, silver-gilt, wood, amber  - V & A

Paternoster Place of origin: Germany Date: 1475-1500 Artist/Maker: Unknown Materials and Techniques: Silver, silver-gilt, wood, amber - V & A

Title: Chapelet en os conservé dans le coffret à reliques. City: Huy[fusionnée]. Institution: Eglise Notre-Dame. KIK-IRPA Object number: 10116080. Date: from 1251 (ca) to 1300 (ca). Materials: os & métal. A135279

Title: Chapelet en os conservé dans le coffret à reliques. City: Huy[fusionnée]. Institution: Eglise Notre-Dame. KIK-IRPA Object number: 10116080. Date: from 1251 (ca) to 1300 (ca). Materials: os & métal. A135279

12mm faux amber and silvertone gauds - as seen hanging on the wall in the 'Arnolfini Portrait' by Van Eyck in 1434

12mm faux amber and silvertone gauds - as seen hanging on the wall in the 'Arnolfini Portrait' by Van Eyck in 1434

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