A Royal Renaissance Treasure and Its Afterlives

A Royal Renaissance Treasure and Its Afterlives

Author: Timothy Schroder

Publisher: British Museum Research Public

ISBN: 0861592271

Page: 196

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At center stage in this volume is the Royal Clock Salt, a national treasure from the courtly culture of the Renaissance and one of only a handful of treasures surviving from the Jewel House of Henry VIII.

At center stage in this volume is the Royal Clock Salt, a national treasure from the courtly culture of the Renaissance and one of only a handful of treasures surviving from the Jewel House of Henry VIII. The volume sheds new light on an exquisite object that has beguiled owners and viewers for centuries.



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