Introduction, January 2014
Search through 3800 ivory carvings online, both Gothic and neo-Gothic!
To see which collections are on board and search by institution, click
The Call for Papers is out for a major Gothic Ivories conference in London in July 2014!
For full details, see
Picture of the month
Discover this intriguing carving of
saint Mammès, holding his bowels
: this attribute refers to his martyrdom, during which he was struck in the stomach...
The Gothic Ivories Project is an online database of ivory sculptures made in Western Europe ca. 1200-ca. 1530 and neo-Gothic ivory pieces.
Institutions from all over the world have already joined us on the Project.
Find out who and how...
The Web Site
A few facts and tips to help you make the best use of the web site.
Catalogue of ivory carvings in the Courtauld Gallery
is now out!
A Gothic Ivories session at
A select bibliography to learn more about Gothic ivories.
Find out about interesting online resources which will help you in your research.
Relationships between ivory and alabaster?
09 June, 2011
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