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Belt for a Lady's Dress, c. 1375-1400 Italy, Siena?, 14th century basse-taille enamel and gilding on silver, silver thread, gilt-silver buckle, cast and chased, Overall - h:236.50 w:2.90 d:0.60 cm (h:93 1/16 w:1 1/8 d:3/16 inches). Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust 1930.742 Location: Gallery 110 More images at home site.

Belt for a Lady's Dress, c. 1375-1400 Italy, Siena?, 14th century basse-taille enamel and gilding on silver, silver thread, gilt-silver buckle, cast and chased, Overall - h:236.50 w:2.90 d:0.60 cm (h:93 1/16 w:1 1/8 d:3/16 inches). Gift of the John Huntington Art and Polytechnic Trust 1930.742 Location: Gallery 110 More images at home site.

Spanish tent - 1517

Spanish tent - 1517

11thC/Norman (probably Siculo-Norman as the west has no history of thumb ring use for achery) Decorated Archers Ring. An archer's ring with a pointed and angled bezel; the band D-shaped in cross-section; the front of the bezel decorated with a scrolling foliate design around a central leaf within a zigzag border. 12 grams, 41 mm, internal diameter 23.60 mm (Auctioneer site, 4/5 October 2012)

11thC/Norman (probably Siculo-Norman as the west has no history of thumb ring use for achery) Decorated Archers Ring. An archer's ring with a pointed and angled bezel; the band D-shaped in cross-section; the front of the bezel decorated with a scrolling foliate design around a central leaf within a zigzag border. 12 grams, 41 mm, internal diameter 23.60 mm (Auctioneer site, 4/5 October 2012)

Ottoman Quivers, Late 17th Century (Osmanlı Sadakları)

Ottoman Quivers, Late 17th Century (Osmanlı Sadakları)

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object C.96-1927 (Id:47322)

Fitzwilliam Museum Collections Explorer - Object C.96-1927 (Id:47322)

Umbria/Orvieto, two-handled cup, circa 1250 — 1350

Umbria/Orvieto, two-handled cup, circa 1250 — 1350

Jug (boccale) #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Jug (boccale) #TuscanyAgriturismoGiratola

Umbria/Orvieto, Bowl, circa 1300 — 1425

Umbria/Orvieto, Bowl, circa 1300 — 1425