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view 2006an0896 jpg s Unknown <u>Encyclopaedia of Ironwork: Examples of hand wrought iron from the Middle Ages to the end of... MET 1500-12-31 1480-01-01 1480-1500 (made) Grille (view through grille), wrought iron, with decorative coat of arms incorporating the cross... Height: 43.5 cm, Width: 22.8 cm top, maximum, Width: 21.3 cm bottom, Depth: 5 cm maximum, Depth: 3 cm top British Galleries, room 58b 6058 British Galleries: This virtuoso ironwork grille or pierced screen may have come from a ... 2014-08-29T19:38:29.000Z 2014-08-29T19:38:29.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 wrought iron Wrought iron 138-1889 1381889 O77400 Grille 1 England 2006AN0896 Object Type This grille, also known as a vizzy or a guichet, is made from wrought iron. It... 3 VA grille-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z Hammering 1500 1480 view
view 2006am1527 jpg s Unknown MET 1534-12-31 1525-01-01 ca. 1530 (made) Altar cross Height: 64 cm, Width: 28 cm maximum, Diameter: 21.5 cm base British Galleries, room 58b Made in England; assembled after 1914 7136 British Galleries: Richly decorated crosses were made for altars from the 12th century. Some were... 2014-08-29T19:42:01.000Z 2014-08-29T19:42:01.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 Copper gilt, cast and gilded bronze, latten (sheet brass) 2093-1855 20931855 O77473 Altar cross 1 England 2006AM1527 The cross was put together with other parts to be displayed together after 1914 Object Type This altar cross is of a type that was in common use in England in the late 15th and... 3 VA altar-cross-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1534 1525 view
view 2006am5747 jpg s Unknown Clifford Smith, H., Victoria and Albert Museum, <u>Catalogue of English Furniture and... PDP 1470-12-31 1450-01-01 1450-1470 (made) Panel from a rood screen commissioned by Ralph Segrym, from the Chapel of St Mary in St John's... Height: 102.2 cm, Width: 79 cm, Depth: 1.5 cm maximum The Art of Faith: 2000 Years of Art & Belief in Norfolk (Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery 02/10/2010-23/01/2011) British Galleries, room 58b The rood screen, also referred to as a choir or chancel screen, is a common feature in late... Commissioned by Ralph Segrym (died 1472), a merchant who was Sheriff of Norwich in 1447, MP for... 7274 British Galleries: In a pre-Reformation church the whole congregation looked towards the rood... 2014-08-29T19:42:31.000Z 2014-08-29T19:42:31.000Z 52.622495 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 1.2949 Marked with the device and initials of the donor Ralph Segrym Oak, tempera tempera on oak panel 24-1894 241894 O77491 Panel 1 Norwich 2006AM5747 Object Type Painted rood screens such as this were an essential part of the structure and... 3 VA st-agatha-holding-pincers-and-panel-unknown 2014-08-21T00:00:00.000Z painting St Agatha Holding Pincers and a Breast; St William of Norwich with Three Nails in His Head (panel from a rood screen) 1470 1450 view
view 2006am7750 jpg s Unknown T&F 1555-12-31 1535-01-01 1535-1555 (made) Fragment from an altar frontal Height: 68.5 cm, Width: 63.5 cm British Galleries, room 58b Made for the Neville family, perhaps for Lady Catherine Stafford (died, 1555), wife of Ralph... 7817 British Galleries: This image of St Catherine came from a set of church furnishings made for the... 2014-08-29T19:44:20.000Z 2014-08-29T19:44:20.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 Linen, embroidered with silver-gilt and silk thread in split, brick and satin stitches, couched work and some raised work, applied to modern velvet 36-1888 361888 O77565 Panel 1 England 2006AM7750 Object Type This piece of embroidery is a fragment of an altar frontal, a rectangular hanging... 3 VA panel-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z 1555 1535 view
view 2006am6504 jpg s Unknown MET 1520-12-31 1500-01-01 1500-1520 (made) Height: 1.2 cm seal, estimated, Width: 0.7 cm seal, estimated, Diameter: 3 cm estimated British Galleries, room 58b 8720 British Galleries: Like rosaries, these rings were a traditional aid to prayer. A 'Hail Mary'... 2014-08-29T19:47:30.000Z 2014-08-29T19:47:30.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 'S', probably the initial of the owner Bronze 775-1871 7751871 O77722 Decade ring 1 England 2006AM6504 Object Type The typical decade ring takes its name from the fact that it has ten knobs, although... 3 VA decade-ring-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1520 1500 view
view 2006am6204 jpg s Unknown MET Alfred Williams Hearn Gift 1500-12-31 1480-01-01 1480-1500 (made) Height: 13.5 cm, Width: 16 cm, Depth: 7 cm including lock Gothic: Art for England 1400-1547 (Victoria & Albert Museum 09/10/2003-18/01/2004) British Galleries, room 58b Made in England. V&A Exhibition RF.2003/51. 9261 British Galleries: Chrism - a mixture of balsam and olive oil - was one of three holy oils kept... 2014-08-29T19:50:06.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:06.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 The Latin inscription translates as 'Strengthen O Lord, that which you have wrought for us' Engraved brass M.108-1923 m1081923 O78422 Chrismatory 1 England 2006AM6204 Object Type This late 15th-century chrismatory is made of brass and engraved. Such containers... 3 VA chrismatory-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1500 1480 view
view 2006am6136 jpg s Unknown MET Given by Miss E. H. Campbell 1500-12-31 1450-01-01 1450-1500 (made) Height: 19.3 cm, Diameter: 8.1 cm British Galleries, room 58b Made in Flanders (now divided between Belgium and The Netherlands) 9303 British Galleries: Lighted candles served both a symbolic and practical function during church... 2014-08-29T19:50:19.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:19.000Z 50.500992 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 4.47677 Brass, cast and turned M.19-1919 m191919 O78471 Candlestick 1 Belgium 2006AM6136 Object Type By the middle of the 15th century this form of candlestick characterised by large... 3 VA candlestick-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1500 1450 view
view 2006al2978 jpg s Unknown MET Given by Dr W. L. Hildburgh FSA 1444-12-31 1435-01-01 ca. 1440 (made) Height: 13.3 cm, Width: 10.5 cm, Depth: 1.1 cm maximum British Galleries, room 58b Made in England 9381 British Galleries: This plaque takes its name from the early Christian custom whereby members of... 2014-08-29T19:50:39.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:39.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 Copper-gilt cast figures and engraved background M.35-1946 m351946 O78557 Pax 1 England 2006AL2978 Object Type This copper-gilt pax dates from around 1440. It has a cast representation of the... 3 VA pax-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1444 1435 view
view 2006am3455 jpg s Unknown MET Given by Dr W. L. Hildburgh FSA 1524-12-31 1515-01-01 ca. 1520 (made) Height: 188.5 cm two parts slotted together, Width: 34.1 cm, Depth: 8.5 cm maximum British Galleries, room 58b Made in England 9395 British Galleries: The cross was an integral part of Catholic religious processions, which were... 2014-08-29T19:50:44.000Z 2014-08-29T19:50:44.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 Latten (sheet brass), engraved and gilded; the wooden elements modern M.39-1920 m391920 O78571 Processional cross 1 England 2006AM3455 Object Type This base-metal processional cross is a type that was in common use in English... 3 VA processional-cross-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1524 1515 view
view 2006av8972 jpg s Unknown Silver in Tudor and Early Stuart England ed. Philippa Glanville (V&A Publications, 1990,... MET Purchased with the assistance of The Art Fund and the Murray Bequest 1519-12-31 1518-01-01 1518-1519 (made) The Bedingfield Chalice and Paten, silver, partially gilded, with enamel, England (London),... Height: 15.2 cm chalice and paten together [Paten] Diameter: 13.1 cm The Art of Faith: 3,500 Years of Art and Belief in Norfolk (Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery 02/10/2010-23/01/2011) Gothic: Art for England 1400-1547 (Victoria & Albert Museum 09/10/2003-18/01/2004) British Galleries, room 58b Maker's mark: a fish Made in London by an unidentified maker V&A Exhibition RF.2003/51 9459 British Galleries: This chalice and paten would have been used during the Catholic Mass to hold... 2014-08-29T19:51:04.000Z 2014-08-29T19:51:04.000Z 51.506321 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -0.12714 Engraved with the initials EH, probably for a later owner, Elizabeth Houghton (died, 1662),... Silver, partially gilded, with enamel M.76&A-1947 m761947 O78636 Chalice and paten 1 Chalice and paten, silver, partially gilded, with enamel London 2006AV8972 Object Type This chalice and paten, or plate, were made before the Reformation in England to hold... 3 VA chalice-and-paten-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1519 1518 view
view 2006am1999 jpg s Unknown Fred Roe, 'Ancient Carved Brackets', in The Connoisseur, December 1933, pp.355-61, fig. IV... FWK 1500-12-31 1475-01-01 1475-1500 (made) Height: 61 cm, Width: 21.6 cm, Depth: 22.9 cm back to top of head British Galleries, room 58b Figures purchased for £31 from George Jennings, along with W.22-1911 and W.23-1911. Commentary... 9748 British Galleries: These two corbels show half-figures of angels playing a lute and a harp. They... 2014-08-29T19:52:30.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:30.000Z 52.241371 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 1.05166 Carved oak W.21-1911 w211911 O78975 Corbel 1 Oak corbel from the base of a wall post of a roof, or church roof-carving, in the form of a... Suffolk 2006AM1999 Object Type Corbels (or brackets) acted as supports. Often they would be fixed high up on the... 3 VA corbel-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z 1500 1475 view
view 2006am2001 jpg s Unknown Fred Roe, 'Ancient Carved Brackets', in The Connoisseur, December 1933, pp.355-61, "...They are,... FWK 1500-12-31 1475-01-01 1475-1500 (made) Height: 61 cm, Width: 23 cm, Depth: 22 cm back to top of head British Galleries, room 58b Figures purchased for £31 from George Jennings, along with W.21-1911 and W.23-1911. Commentary... 9750 British Galleries: These two corbels show half-figures of angels playing a lute and a harp. They... 2014-08-29T19:52:31.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:31.000Z 52.241371 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 1.05166 Oak Carved oak W.22-1911 w221911 O78978 Corbel 1 Oak corbel from the base of a wall post of a roof, or church roof-carving, in the form of a... Suffolk 2006AM2001 Object Type Corbels (or brackets) acted as supports. Often they would be fixed high up on the... 3 VA corbel-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carving 1500 1475 view
view 2006al8018 jpg s Unknown Charles Tracy, English Medieval Furniture and Woodwork (London, The Victoria and Albert Museum,... FWK Given by Mrs E. Davies 1520-12-31 1500-01-01 1500-1520 (made) Height: 26.7 cm, Width: 48.3 cm, Depth: 11 cm British Galleries, room 58b Removed in about 1820 from Blagdon Church, Somerset; inherited by Ernest Baker FSA of... 9784 British Galleries: The Pre-Reformation Church<br> Medieval churches were richly decorated. They... 2014-08-29T19:52:41.000Z 2014-08-29T19:52:41.000Z 51.161179 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -3.04212 Oak Carved oak W.4-1948 w41948 O79023 Misericord 1 Somerset 2006AL8018 Made in Somerset for Blagdon Church, Somerset Object Type Misericords served as supports for choristers during Mass. Because they remained... 3 VA misericord-unknown 2014-08-04T00:00:00.000Z carved 1520 1500 view
view 2006aj3662 jpg s Unknown Williamson, Paul. <u>Medieval and Renaissance Stained Glass in the Victoria and Albert Museum.... CER 1440-12-31 1434-01-01 ca. 1434 (made) Panel of clear and coloured glass with painted and stained details depicting St Lawrence.... Height: 111.8 cm, Width: 45.7 cm, Height: 44 in without lead framing, Width: 18 in without lead framing Glass (Temple Newsam, Leeds 12/11/1961-30/06/2010) British Galleries, room 58b From the chapel at Hampton Court, Herefordshire, probably built by Sir Roland Lenthall about 1434. 10517 British Galleries: This panel came from the chapel at Hampton Court, Herefordshire. The image of... 2014-08-29T19:55:41.000Z 2014-08-29T19:55:41.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 Scs Laurentius Saint Lawrence stained glass Coloured, flashed and clear glass, painted with yellow stain and brown enamel C.237-1931 c2371931 O7559 Panel 1 Ogival-headed panel with figure of St. Lawrence under a crocketed canopy, holding a book in his... England 2006AJ3662 from Hampton Court, Herefordshire Object Type This figure of St Laurence, identified by a Latin inscription and an iron grid - the... 3 VA panel-unknown 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1440 1434 view
view 2006at1792 jpg s Norwich School Williamson, Paul. <u>Medieval and Renaissance Stained Glass in the Victoria and Albert Museum.... CER 1480-12-31 1460-01-01 1460-1480 (made) Stained glass panel depicting an angel playing a lute and with bells hanging from his belt,... Height: 57.1 cm, Width: 23 cm Glass (Temple Newsam, Leeds 12/11/1961-30/06/2010) British Galleries, room 58b English Probably made in Norfolk 10567 British Galleries: These fragments of stained glass were once part of a great window from a... 2014-08-29T19:55:59.000Z 2014-08-29T19:55:59.000Z 52.6679 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 0.94775 stained glass Coloured, flashed and clear glass, painted with yellow stain and brown enamel C.340-1937 c3401937 O7646 Panel 1 Panel, with a trefoil top, from a tracery light set in a clear modern panel. A crowned... Norfolk 2006AT1792 Object Type During the 15th century there was considerable growth in church building. Windows... 3 VA panel-norwich-school 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1480 1460 view
view Norwich School CER 1480-12-31 1460-01-01 1460-1480 (made) Stained glass panel depicting angels playing a lute and harp Height: 61 cm, Width: 23 cm British Galleries, room 58b Probably made in Norfolk 10702 British Galleries: These fragments of stained glass were once part of a great window from a... 2014-08-29T19:56:46.000Z 2014-08-29T19:56:46.000Z 52.6679 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 0.94775 stained glass Coloured, flashed and clear glass, painted with yellow stain and brown enamel C.338-1937 c3381937 O7802 Panel 1 Panel (tracery light with trefoil top). An angel playing a harp. Ruby. Blue. Black.... Norfolk Object Type During the 15th century there was considerable growth in church building. Windows... 3 VA panel-norwich-school 2014-07-31T00:00:00.000Z 1480 1460 view
view 2006am6136 jpg s Unknown MET Given by Miss E. H. Campbell 1500-12-31 1450-01-01 1450-1500 (made) Height: 19.3 cm, Diameter: 8.1 cm British Galleries, room 58b Made in Flanders (now divided between Belgium and The Netherlands) 13922 British Galleries: Lighted candles served both a symbolic and practical function during church... 2014-08-29T20:12:07.000Z 2014-08-29T20:12:07.000Z 50.500992 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 4.47677 Brass, cast and turned M.19A-1919 m19a1919 O80234 Candlestick 1 Belgium 2006AM6136 Object Type By the middle of the 15th century this form of candlestick characterised by large... 3 VA candlestick-unknown 2014-08-14T00:00:00.000Z 1500 1450 view
view 2006am0506 jpg s Unknown T&F 1500-12-31 1470-01-01 1470-1500 (made) Henry and Thomas Smyth and their wives Height: 70 cm, Width: 68.5 cm British Galleries, room 58b Velvet probably from Italy; embroidered and made up in England 17899 British Galleries: The altar area of a church was reserved for the clergy. By paying for a richly... 2014-08-29T20:30:01.000Z 2014-08-29T20:30:01.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 Inscribed in Latin meaning 'Pray for the souls of Henry Smyth and his wife Johanna' and ' Pray... linen, silver-gilt, silk velvet, silver thread Silk velvet, with linen applied and embroidered in silver-gilt and silk threads T.194-1911 t1941911 O13615 Panel 1 This embroidered panel is possibly from a cope, shows figures of two men and women on their knees... England 2006AM0506 Rich frontals were used to add colour and grandeur to the front of the altar. Occasionally, as in... 3 VA panel-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z Woven, embroidered 1500 1470 view
view 2006am7601 jpg s Unknown Paul Williamson, ed., <font -u>European Sculpture at the Victoria and Albert Museum</font -u>,... SCP 1490-12-31 1460-01-01 1460-1490 (made) The Swansea Altarpiece, alabaster panels in a painted framework of oak, English, second half of... Height: 83.1 cm maximum, Width: 216 cm open, Depth: 6.3 cm, Weight: 80 kg estimated Gothic: Art for England 1400-1547 (Victoria & Albert Museum 09/10/2003-18/01/2004) British Galleries, room 58b The Swansea Altarpiece, so-called because it formerly belonged to Lord Swansea's collection at... 66951 British Galleries: English alabaster sculptures were in demand throughout Europe in the 15th... 2014-08-29T23:43:57.000Z 2014-08-29T23:43:57.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 Alabaster, some areas painted, with oak framework A.89:1 to 8, 10 to 15-1919 a891919 O70204 Altarpiece 1 Altarpiece, alabaster panels in a painted framework of oak. The panels illustrate the Joys of... England 2006AM7601 Object Type Liturgical requirements dictated that every church and chapel should have an altar.... 3 VA the-swansea-altarpiece-altarpiece-unknown 2014-08-21T00:00:00.000Z The Swansea Altarpiece 1490 1460 view
view 2006ak4356 jpg s Unknown MET Purchased 1534-12-31 1525-01-01 ca.1530 (made) Foot of an altar cross of hammered latten, England, ca.1530 Height: 4.5 in, Diameter: 8.5 in Taken from Register British Galleries, room 58b When acquired it was fitted with a brass baluster stem with socket converting it into a candlestick 86202 2014-08-30T01:13:18.000Z 2014-08-30T01:13:18.000Z 52.883289 British Galleries, room 58b, case 1 -1.97685 inscribed 'IHC Help' repeated three times and 'IHC nazarenus rex iudeoru' brass Hammered latten M.98-1914 m981914 O111544 Base 1 Foot of an altar cross of hammered latten, six-lobed with a domed centre surmounted by a floral... England 2006AK4356 3 VA base-unknown 2013-08-17T00:00:00.000Z Hammering 1534 1525 view