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English: Reliquary of St. Thomas Becket. Champlevé copper, engraved, chased, enameled and gilt. Limoges, first quarter of the 12th century.
Français : Reliquaire de saint Thomas Becket. Cuivre champlevé, gravé, ciselé, émaillé et doré. Limoges, premier quart du XIIe siècle.
institution QS:P195,Q1124095
Room 16
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Cl. 22596
Credit line Purchase, 1952
Source/Photographer Marie-Lan Nguyen ()
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