Skip to Content

European Decorative Arts

Showing 1 to 12 (of 26)


Virgin and Child

Ivory; silver crown added in the 19th century
about 1260

Covered Jug

Rock crystal; gilded silver mounts added in Nuremberg, Germany, about 1540
about 1350

Triptych with the Crucifixion, Saint James, and Saint Catherine of Alexandria

Monvaerni Master
Enamel and gold on copper in gilded metal frame
about 1484–1497

Dish with Apollo and the Muses

Attributed to the Master of the Triumph of the Moon at Marcigny, possibly Pietro da Castel (Durante)
Earthenware with tin glaze (maiolica)
about 1525

Plaque with Pilate Washing His Hands

Valerio Belli
Rock crystal
about 1520–1540

Crucifixion

Léonard Limosin
Enamel and gold on copper
about 1534

Plaque with a Man Wearing a Scholar's Cap

Attributed to Pierre Courteys
Enamel and gold on copper
about 1550

Ewer with the Abduction of Deianira

Fontana Workshop
Earthenware with tin glaze (maiolica)
about 1545–1550

Casket with the Triumph of Diana

Pierre Reymond
Enamel and gold on copper; gilded metal mounts; and wood-lined interior
about 1550

Saltcellar

Earthenware with lead glaze
about 1555

Ewer with Adam and Eve

Master IC (probably Jean Court or Jean de Court)
Enamel and gold on copper
about 1550–1575

Francis I of Cleves, Duke of Nevers

Léonard Limosin
Enamel and gold on copper; enameled copper and gilded wooden frame added in the 19th century
about 1556