22 item(s) found:

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Religious gold brocaded chalice vestments, each approx 23 cm square (4)

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

German 800 grade silver lidded chalice with ecclesiastical decoration and Masonic inscriptions 1854/1875/1879, approx. 12 oz. troy

A late-Victorian Judaica ewer with scalloped rim, half-twist fluted, with a repoussee embossed band and with cane-bound handle; Maurice Freeman, London 1898. Height 16 cm

A carved and applied wooden Arma Christi Cross, Mexican, 18th century. 226 cm high x 105 cm wide. The imagery of the Cross, accompanied by the instruments of the Passion (Arma Christi) was imported to the New Spain from Europe by Franciscan missionaries.1

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

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

An Australian silver gilt ecclesiastical ewer, by James Steeth & Son, Melbourne, early 20th century on a stepped circular foot, the body with spout and handle, embossed and chased with bunches of grapes, domed cover with sheaves of wheat and stylised cross

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

Silver ecclesiastical chalice by Henry steiner, with a knot stem and engraved cross and arcade to foot. Marks: (Crown) H.steiner/ Adelaide (lion passant) ref: JBH no 198. Height 22 cm; weight: 395grams. Provenance: Private Collection. Notes: This object is

Antique French silver gilt ciborium, standing 27.5 cm high

Antique French silver gilt church chalice cover plate 16 cm diameter

A silver chalice in the Gothic style, possibly by A. L. Brunkhurst, Adelaide, circa 1900, the plain bowl supported on an ornate knopped stem and lobed speading foot decorated with ecclesiastical motifs, hallmarked to the rim Stg Sil 514gms, 23.5 cm high

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

A 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

Important sterling silver chalice inscribed 'Presented by the St. Albans Friends to the Rev. Jas Buller 1866', used by Reverend Buller at the Durham Street Methodist Church in Christchurch, which he was responsible for building in 1864, and where he preach