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The Dunstable Swan Jewel, a livery badge, about 1400. British Museum
The Dunstable Swan Jewel, a livery badge, about 1400. British Museum
The Wilton Diptych (c. 1395–99), showing Richard II and the angels wearing Richard's livery badge of the White Hart.
The Wilton Diptych (c. 1395–99), showing Richard II and the angels wearing Richard's livery badge of the White Hart.
The white boar badge of Richard III as pendant to a Yorkist livery collar on the tomb monument of Sir Ralph Fitzherbert (died 1483) in Norbury, Derbys
The white boar badge of Richard III as pendant to a Yorkist livery collar on the tomb monument of Sir Ralph Fitzherbert (died 1483) in Norbury, Derbyshire.
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Gothic châsse; 1185–1200; champlevé enamel over copper gilded; height: 17.7 cm (7.0 in), width: 17.4 cm (6.9 in), depth: 10.1 cm (4.0 in)
Gothic châsse; 1185–1200; champlevé enamel over copper gilded; height: 17.7 cm (7.0 in), width: 17.4 cm (6.9 in), depth: 10.1 cm (4.0 in)
Chinese dish with scalloped rim, from the Ming dynasty; early 15th century; cloisonné enamel; height: 2.5 cm, diameter: 15.2 cm
Chinese dish with scalloped rim, from the Ming dynasty; early 15th century; cloisonné enamel; height: 2.5 cm, diameter: 15.2 cm
Staffordshire Moorlands Pan, 2nd-century Roman Britain
Staffordshire Moorlands Pan, 2nd-century Roman Britain
Detail of painted Limoges enamel dish, mid-16th century, attributed to Jean de Court
Detail of painted Limoges enamel dish, mid-16th century, attributed to Jean de Court