Re: [medieval-leather] Heraldry Question
> Can you point me toward someGo to the Photos section of the Website for this group. Look at the photo
>sources that show the use of Personal Heraldry on leather items?
labeled "Cluny goblet case." It is a leather case for a drinking vessel,
decorated with incised and painted work, including an escutcheon with
(presumably) the owner's arms.
That's just one small (and unusually well-preserved) example. I'll see if
I have digital photos of others - my impression from the collections of
several European museums is that this sort of thing is pretty common.
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