Re: [medieval-leather] goblet case
- That was me... the photo is currently in the "Miscellaneous" photo album
for this Group. IIRC it is from the 14th c. and is in the Musee de
Cluny, Paris. Let me know if you want information about it, though I
don't think there is much. I only have the one photo, taken with a
magnificent 2.1-megapixel digital camera! By now there are probably
dozens of better images available, if only one knew how to find them.
On 7/12/2013 3:20 PM, ladymarypt wrote:
> Someone posted a file long ago to this list and it was a photo of a goblet case formed with leather. I believe it was heraldic and it was called something like...the cluny goblet. Can anyone help me find it?
Found it! In the first link, under "Case for a beaker, 15th century France: top, side, front, other side, back"
Enjoy the other links, too! OK, the last one's out of period, but isn't it *amazing*??
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- You did find it!!! All of the links are so fascinating! Thank you so much!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "silveroak@..." <silveroak@...> wrote:
> Found it! In the first link, under "Case for a beaker, 15th century France: top, side, front, other side, back"
> Enjoy the other links, too! OK, the last one's out of period, but isn't it *amazing*??
> 30-second trick for a flat belly
> This daily 30-second trick BOOSTS your body's #1 fat-burning hormone