Table Nave
Early 15th century
Dimensions: L 54 cm x W 32 cm
Height: 28 cm
Weight: 2,695 kg

Inspired by "The sudden death of the Count of Foix", Chronicles of Froissart, iconography mid 15th century.

A nave is a piece of goldsmith in the form of a ship that sits on the table of honour during a banquet. It allows to store the cutlery of a high nobility, and are usually made of gold, silver, gilded copper or rock crystal.

Washbasin Turret
15th century
Dimensions: 55.5 x 13 cm
Weight: 2,295 kg

Inspired by the iconography "The Doubt of Saint Joseph", by the Master of the Garden of Paradise, 1410-1420

and the bronze sink turret preserved at the Paradise Museum, 15th century.

Double Fleur de Lys
Early 15th century
Dimensions: 13cm x 13cm
Height: 21cm
Weight: 537 gr

​Inspired by "Inventories and documents relating to the jewels and tapestries of the Princes of Orléans-Valois", 1389-1481, published by M. J. Roman

and the cemetery of the pelvis present on the tomb of Philip the Hardi, Duke of Burgundy

© 2019, Aerarius Faber

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