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Pilgrim and dog. ---- Royal 10 E IV f.110 [Calendarium, Decretals of Gregory IX with glossa ordinaria (the Smithfield Decretals) -  - Last quarter of the 13th century or 1st quarter of the 14th century]

Pilgrim and dog. ---- Royal 10 E IV [Calendarium, Decretals of Gregory IX with glossa ordinaria (the Smithfield Decretals) - - Last quarter of the century or quarter of the century] I love his pilgrim staff and his large pilgrim bag.

The Sedia Savonarola is a late medieval folding chair that originated in Northern Italy and became popular during the 15th and 16th century...

Folding chair without a backrest and with 12 legs at each side. Beech, end of century Image from Le Mobilier Francais du Moyen Age a la Renaissance by J.

Nonnberg Faldistorium - This faldstool is decorated with walrus ivory plaques. Century: 12th. Possibly from England, Northern France, or the Lower Rhine? Additions and repairs were made in Salzburg at the time of its dedication in 1242 by Abbess Gertrude II of Nonnberg. The faldstool was restored around 1430 in Salzburg, including replacement of the wood parts and substitution of paintings for some missing ivory plaques.

Nonnberg Faldistorium - This faldstool is decorated with walrus ivory plaques…

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St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: chair

Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: Revisiting the medieval turned chair of Duchess Agnes

St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: The faldistorium in the MAK in Vienna

The Admont faldistorium used to have four lions heads, representing the might of Christ. As one leg is a replacement, there are only three original lions heads left. Each lion is different as can be seen by the beak, snout and the curly hair at the back.

Hip-joint armchair (Dantesca type) | Italian | The Met

Folding armchair (sedia a Savonarola) Unknown Italian Date: century (textile); century (chair: with earlier parts)

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