Cumdach of the Stowe Missal, a cumdach (a book shrine is an elaborate ornamented box or case used as a reliquary to enshrine books regarded as relics of the saints who had used them in Early Medieval Ireland.
Plaque with Christ in Majesty and the Four Evangelists (circa 1000-1100). Made in Cologne, Germany. Medieval Art, Manuscript, Illuminations, Vellum, Metal, Bone, Ivory. On view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Case for a Book (the original messenger bag) Leather (Cuir bouilli) and metal mounts. On the back is an unidentified coats of arms with a crozier and mitre, suggesting that this protective cover for a book belonged to a bishop.
René Lalique Joan of Arc pendant. Enamelled gold rectangular pendant enclosing a gold relief representing Joan of Arc burnt at the stake, with a man below holding up a crucifix, framed by flames to every side, sapphire hanging below, c1900 Rene Lalique (1860-1945).