Carolingian art. The misnamed Lebuinus Chalice. Aachen, Germany, 790-810. Bowl made in ivory, mounted on a silver frame, made in the workshops of Carlolingian Empire. The silver assembling dates from 14th century. Catharijneconvent Museum. Utrecht. Netherlands.

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Carolingian art. The misnamed Lebuinus Chalice. Aachen, Germany, 790-810. Bowl made   in ivory, mounted on a silver frame, made   in the workshops of Carlolingian Empire. The silver assembling dates from 14th century. Catharijneconvent Museum. Utrecht. Netherlands. Stock Photo
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Carolingian art. The misnamed Lebuinus Chalice. Aachen, Germany, 790-810. Bowl made in ivory, mounted on a silver frame, made in the workshops of Carlolingian Empire. The silver assembling dates from 14th century. Catharijneconvent Museum. Utrecht. Netherlands.
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