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Enamel from a Reliquary

Four Enamel Plaques

Box with Enamel Plaques

Case for Enamel Diptych

Cup with cover

Plate

Pax

Ewer or cruet

Pietà

Reliquary

Reliquary

Toilet box

Reliquary

A Martyred Saint

36 Medallions

Pax

Adoration of the Shepherds

Crucifixion

Pilgrim bottle with cover

Pietà

Ewer

Cup with cover

Ewer

Paten

Enamel Plaque with the Crucifixion

Enamel Plaque with the Annunciation

Reliquary casket

Angels presenting the arms of Halewyn impaling Van Ghistele

Standing cup with cover

The Adoration of the Shepherds

The Nativity

Pendant

Bust of Hercules

Monstrance

Cup

The Resurrection

Plaques (2)

Pietà (one of a pair)

Pendant

Gimmel ring (Twin ring)

Reliquary

Pendant

Christ Bearing the Cross

Ewer

St. Mark

Pendant

Watch

Standing cup

Madonna and Child

Pendant

Pendant

The Nativity and Circumcision of Christ

Triptych

Necklace

Tazza

The Holy Family

Crucifixion

Vase

Venus and the Rose

Christ Delivered to the People

Adoration of the Magi

Crucifix

Adoration of the Infant Christ (one of a pair)

The Annunciation

The Flight into Egypt

The Annunciation

Emperor Charles V (1500–1558)

Capture of Christ

The Resurrection

Crowning of Thorns

Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane

Set of four enamelled silver plaquettes

Juno, Seated on a Golden Throne, Asks Alecto to Confuse the Trojans (Aeneid, Book VI)

Helenus and Andromache Give Presents to Aeneas (Aeneid, Book III)

Pandarus and Bitias Fight the Rutuli Before the Trojan Camp (Aeneid, Book IX)

Turnus, Overwhelmed by the Trojans, Crosses the River to Return to His Companions (Aeneid, Book IX)

Nisus and Euryalus Surprise the Rutuli in their Camp (Aeneid, Book IX)

Aeneas Erects a Tomb to his Nurse, Caieta, and Flees the Country of Circe (Aeneid, Book VII)

The Fleet of Aeneas Arrives in Sight of Italy (Aeneid, Book III)

The Trojans Defend Their City; They Kill Androgeos (Aeneid, Book II)

Aeneas Departs from Carthage (Aeneid, Book IV)

Trojans Land Near Mount Etna; Beneath Lies the Giant Enceladus (Aeneid, Book III)

The Combat between Dares and Entellus (Aeneid, Book V)

The Fall of Troy; Helen Takes Refuge in the Sanctuary of Vesta; Venus Counsels Aeneas; Juno Encourages the Greeks (Aeneid, Book II)

Aeneas Builds a Fleet Near Antandrus, at the Foot of Mount Ida (Aeneid, Book III)

Aeneas and His Companions Sacrifice to the Gods before the Tomb of his Father, Anchises, in Sicily (Aeneid, Book V)

Aeneas Fleeing Troy with Anchises, Creusa, and Ascanias (Aeneid, Book II)

The Sibyl Aprippa

Saltcellar with scene of infant harvesters (one of a pair)

Saltcellar (one of a pair)

Roland

King Arthur

Alexander the Great

Julius Caesar

Godfroy de Bouillon

The Battle of Tunis

Saint Matthew

Tric-trac board

Saint Luke

Saint Mark