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Israeli sterling silver Communion chalice inset with malachite and turquoise cabochons, with applique filligree work

A 19th century Belgium oak communion wine pedestal cabinet, in the Gothic Manor, the figural carved panel door carved with seated figure holding wine, mounted with iron lock and fittings, enclosing shelf, 50 cm width 44 cm depth 101 cm height

A carved stone polychrome decorated figure group of the Pieta, possibly lower Austria, mid 15th century. This polychrome limestone sculpture represents the Pieta, in which the Virgin Mary cradles the dead body of her son. While the most famous example of t

A large French silver ciborium, 19th century. Inscribed to the base 'M elle Adele Vandewynckele, 1867'. 21 cm high

A fine ivory and silver communion purse, late 19th century, the shaped purse with ivory panels to the back and front edged in silver, with an applied relief carved putti trio with garlands encircling a vacant rocaille silver cartouche, and to the interior,

Sterling silver Communion set consisting of a chalice, a ciborium with gilt wash interior and a holy water jar, plus a small silver plated dish. Height of chalice 16.4 cm. Weight of chalice and ciborium 422g

A French ivory Communion purse, late 19th century. The rectangular purse with a floral decorated ivory panel to the front and a plain ivory panel to the reverse, with cream leather and brass mounts opening to tan coloured silk compartments. Height 6.5 cm.

A French Communion purse. 1890s. The petite purse of arched rectangular form made of peach coloured replica ivory and red leather with gilt and silver inlay, an oval window to the front containing an enamel of the Roman temple-style church of Madeline, the

Hallmarked sterling silver communion ewer with Huguenot cross detail and rope twist applied decoration on a gadrooned base. London, 1897. Height 28 cm weight 765g

Antique sterling silver miniature personal communion chalice and patten

Hallmarked sterling silver travelling communion set consisting of flagon, chalice and paten in fitted purple velvet lined box. Box features disc engraved 'Rev. H.J. Elsee, M.A From the Congregation of S. Andrew's, Manchester, 1896' Birmingham, 1896, maker

Hallmarked sterling silver travelling Communion set consisting of communion flagon, chalice, paten and bottle in fitted blue velvet lined case. Sheffield, 1916, maker Walker & Hall. Height of tallest 11.5 cm. Weight 245g

Composite silver Communion set of chalice, plate and wine ewer, in original box, London 1885-1888

Antique French silver gilt ciborium, standing 27.5 cm high

Hallmarked stirling silver silver boxed Communion set consisting of a chalice, paten and flagon. Birmingham, 1925, maker Walker & Hall. Weight 85g)

A 24ct gold sacrament knife fork and spoon dated 1909 and inscribed 50 grams total

A Victorian Irish silver gilt ciborium, maker's mark J.S, Dublin, 1865, of circular form with a knopped stem, the cover centred by a cross finial 368gms, 23 cm high

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