with Lamb of God
Object: Reliquary case
Culture: Medieval. 15th century
Area of Origin: Britain
Size: height 26mm, width 15mm
Weight: total 3.98 grams
- case: 3.51 grams
- lamb: 0.47 grams
Notes: The frame and the lamb are seperate, intact and
in complete condition. Petwer is complete and intact although
the glass is absent. Front frame has singular raised border and
row if raised dots. Lamb looks backwards towards the angled cross.
This little reliquary case
is used to hold a precious item of a religious nature.
Condition "very fine."
Culture: Medieval. 13th-14th century
Area of Origin: UK
Size: 31mm x 29mm
Weight: 17.10 grams
Notes: Lead ampulla
possibly fromt the Walshingsham shrine. Crowned W on a criss-crossed
background on the front and the scallop shell design entirely
covering the reverse side. The top has been partially folded over
and has been partially removed.
with clover & crown
Culture: Medieval 13th-14th century
Area of Origin: Chipping Camden, Gloucestershire
Size: 32mm x 47mm
Weight: 40.85 grams
Notes: The ampulla is complete although the top corner has
been folded over. The two arms are triangular. Both sides of the
ampulla are decorated. One side has a four lobed clover and the
reverse side has a crown with a central fluer-de-lys and cross hatching
or secular badge
Thomas Beckett sword chape?
Object: Pilgrim or secular badge
Culture: Medieval 1300-1500 AD
Area of Origin: Thames River, England
Size: 38mm X 25mm
Weight: 6.62 grams
Notes: Pilgrim badge is cast in one piece and is circular
with a raised band around the edge which is suggestive of petals,
perhaps of a rose. There is a singular piercing at the back which
possibly is how the badge is attached. There is a trio of possible
Unknown origin. River Thames
find. From a small collection formed in the 1980's.