Ecclesiastical gold and silver. French, made in Paris. Gothic Revival. Placide Poussielgue-Rusand, goldsmith (1824-1889).

6439d Poussielgue-Rusand Chalice
Chalice. 19th c. Gothic Revival. French. Gilded silver, filigree and enamel with garnets. Makers mark of “PPR”. Image © Luzar Vestments. Fair use license. via
Pyx. ca. 1850. French. Silver gilt, enamelled and gem-set. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Fair use license. via
Pyx. 19th c. Engraved silver gilt. Image © 2020 Antiques de Laval. Fair use license. via
Châsse. 19th c. Gold. ca. 1850. Image © Patrimoine et Inventaire d’Aquitaine. Fair use license. via

Embroidery that goes back and forth through time from the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. All in the public domain. Two of western origin, the others from Asia.

Ecclesiastical embroidery. Late 17th c.
Ecclesiastical embroidery on velvet. Late 17th c. French. Maker not known. via
Pocketbook. 18th c.
Pocketbook. 18th c. French or Swiss. Silk satin with straw embroidery. via
Table frontal. early 19th c.
Table frontal. early 19th c. Late Qing dynasty, Chinese. Silk and metallic thread embroidery on silk satin. via
Kimono fragment with scattered triangles. Edo period, Japan (1615-1868).
Kimono fragment with scattered triangles. Edo period, Japan (1615-1868). Silk satin with wrapped silk embroidery. via
Pidan hol (hanging or cover). 19th c.
Pidan hol (hanging or cover). 19th c. Cambodian. Silk. Khmer people, Kampot province, makers. via