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Chalice Cover (Italy), late 17th–early 18th century

This is a Chalice cover. It is dated late 17th–early 18th century. Its medium is linen and its technique is needle lace. It is a part of the Textiles Department department.

This object was donated by Sarah Cooper Hewitt and Eleanor Garnier Hewitt. It is credited Gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt.

  • Gloves (Italy), 18th century
  • silk, metallic yarns, spangles.
  • Bequest of Richard Cranch Greenleaf in memory of his mother, Adeline Emma....
  • 1962-55-19-a,b

Our curators have highlighted 8 objects that are related to this one. Here are three of them, selected at random:

  • Chalice
  • Gift of Anonymous Donor.
  • 1967-45-142

Its dimensions are

H x W: 13.7 x 17.8 cm (5 3/8 x 7 in.)

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Chalice Cover (Italy), late 17th–early 18th century; Previously owned by James Jackson Jarves (American, 1818 - 1888); linen; H x W: 13.7 x 17.8 cm (5 3/8 x 7 in.); Gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt; 1896-1-112

This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition Hewitt Sisters Collect.

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