"Chalice And Paten In Silver And Vermeil, France XIXth Century"Chalice in gilded silver with representation of the Stations of the Cross on the cup and on the base. It was executed by the Lyon silversmiths Louis and Pierre Gille (1889 to 1927). This chalice is neo-Gothic style with a large molded base with eight lobes. On the sides of the foot of the chalice, eight engraved silver medallions representing eight stations of the cross. The top of the foot rising towards the stem is decorated with aquatic flowers. The chalice stem is tubular in shape with a toric knot and several collars decorated with friezes of pearls and floral motifs. She wears a straight lip cup covered with a cut and openwork faux-cup also containing six medallions with six stations of the cross. Having lost its original paten, this chalice is now associated with a gilded silver paten decorated with six lobes adorned with chiseled florets and the name of Jesus Christ. It was executed by the Parisian silversmith workshop Chevron frères (1865-1879). 950/1000 silver, Minerva hallmarks on the foot, on the cut and the false cut. Chalice: Height: 24 cm Diameter foot: 15.3 cm Gross weight: 631 gr / weighted foot Paten: Diameter: 14 cm Weight: 114 gr Good condition / without shocks, scratches or deformations / Slight wear of the gilding on the chalice.