Stock Photo - Cross. Date: ca. 1100; Geography: Made in Constantinople; Culture: Byzantine; Medium: Cloisonne enamel (red and blue); Dimensions: 15/16 x 7/8 x 1/8 in. (2.36 x 2.07 x 0 ...
.31 cm); Classification: Enamels-Cloisonné; Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1998 / This elegant pendant cross is representative of the finest objects for personal devotion produced for the elite of the Byzantine empire. Both faces of the exquisite miniature cross are decorated with intricate floral patterns worked in multicolored cloisonné enamel, on a single sheet of gold-a tour de force of the enameler's art.; Provenance: [ Robert Haber and Associates Inc., Ancient Art, New York (sold 1998)]
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