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Richard de Bury's painted chest English, early 14th century

Richard de Bury's painted chest English, early 14th century

Die Hl. Maria Magdalena salbt Christus die Füße (Gemälde, Altarflügel)  Inventarnummer: Gm1463  Hersteller: Mälesskircher, Gabriel (nachgewiesen um 1459/60 bis 1495)  Datierung: wohl 1476

Die Hl. Maria Magdalena salbt Christus die Füße (Gemälde, Altarflügel) Inventarnummer: Gm1463 Hersteller: Mälesskircher, Gabriel (nachgewiesen um 1459/60 bis 1495) Datierung: wohl 1476

Tudor aumbry cupboard in oak. In the Middle Ages an aumbry was a cabinet in the wall of a Christian church or in the sacristy which was used to store chalices and other vessels, as well as for the reserved sacrament.

Tudor aumbry cupboard in oak. In the Middle Ages an aumbry was a cabinet in the wall of a Christian church or in the sacristy which was used to store chalices and other vessels, as well as for the reserved sacrament.

Hand washing station from the 1500s.  Because we all NEED one of these!

Hand washing station from the 1500s. Because we all NEED one of these!

repurposed wood!

repurposed wood!

« La Fleur des histoires ». Français 297 | Gallica

« La Fleur des histoires ». Français 297 | Gallica

circa 1490

circa 1490

St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: A sneak preview of the hanging cupboard for castle Muiderslot

St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: A sneak preview of the hanging cupboard for castle Muiderslot

France, 15th/16th century DRESSOIR walnut, with a central cupboard above two linenfold carved drawers, restorations, the lower section with some typical rebuilding branded in four places with a pantocrator Walnut . Made circa 150

France, 15th/16th century DRESSOIR walnut, with a central cupboard above two linenfold carved drawers, restorations, the lower section with some typical rebuilding branded in four places with a pantocrator Walnut . Made circa 150

Medieval armour chest? Circa 1450-1500

Medieval armour chest? Circa 1450-1500