"Chalice And Paten In Silver, France XIXth Century"Chalice of the "Chalice de Troyes" type and paten in gilded silver. The foot and the false-cut are decorated with long lanceolate leaves. On the terrace of the foot are six reserves chiseled in the matt and decorated in high relief with floral motifs, three of which incorporate the Arma Christi: a cross, a crown of thorns, the whip. The barrel is tubular and decorated with flowers. It is embellished with a collar and fitted with a massive ribbed knot. Silver 950/1000. Minerva punches on the base, on the cut and on the false cut. This chalice and paten bear the hallmark of the Parisian goldsmiths associated Jamain and Chevron, active from 1865 to 1879. Height: 23 cm Base: 13.8 cm Net weight: 348 gr Gross weight: 456 gr Paten with beaded umbilicus is decorated with flowers . It adapts perfectly to the cut of this chalice. Diameter: 15.5 cm Weight: 142 gr Good condition for the whole / not restored, without shocks or cracks / Note: slight wear of the gilding in places, some scratches from use.