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Shrine  Date: 15th century Geography: Made in, the Veneto, Italy Culture: Italian Medium: Wood, metal, glass mirrors, gilding

Shrine - Date: century - Made in the Veneto, Italy - Wood, metal, glass mirrors, gilding

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18th Century Italian Pier Mirror

Reliquary:a container or shrine in which sacred relics are kept.  This reliquary is early 19th century with a rock crystal from the years 1175-1200, found in the Meuse Valley )present -day Belgium).  It was sid to once held relics of St. Margaret, St. Philip the Apostle,  St. Catherine and Bishop Valerius.

Gilded copper, rock crystal, glass, and parchment. The core of this opulent reliquary contains a large late twelfth-century rock crystal with engraved vine scroll patterns.

English, circa 1660-1680  Border of satin, embroidered with silk and metal thread, framed in wood painted to imitate oriental lacquer

Mirror frame

Mirror frame England, Great Britain (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Border of satin, embroidered with silk and metal thread, framed in wood painted to imitate lacquer.

late 1500s Separate wooden picture frames were used in Italy from about the 15th century although they developed from earlier frames in both metal and wood on altarpieces. They were used to protect and enhance both secular and religious paintings.  As well as many picture frames acquired with paintings, the V&A acquired some frames - principally Italian renaissance in origin or style - as independent objects. They were usually chosen for the fine quality of their carving and decorative…

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late 1500s Separate wooden picture frames were used in Italy from about the 15th century although they developed from earlier frames in both metal and wood on altarpieces. They were used to protect and enhance both secular and religious paintings. As well as many picture frames acquired with paintings, the V&A acquired some frames - principally Italian renaissance in origin or style - as independent objects. They were usually chosen for the fine quality of their carving and decorative…

A Mannerist Italian Wood Tabernacle Frame, ca 1600, from the Collection of David Abbato

Mannerist Italian Wood Tabernacle Mirror from the Collection of David Abbato

A Mannerist Italian Wood Tabernacle Frame, ca from the Collection of David Abbato.for a home mirror.

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