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Wing, left (part of a diptych), 3 registers, bands of rosettes (décor de roses) (Front)

Wing, left (part of a diptych), 3 registers, bands of rosettes (décor de roses) (Front)
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Paris, Musée du Louvre

LP 2714


Height: 183mm
Width: 95mm
Depth: 9mm

Register 1: Entombment (Anointing of Christ's body). Noli me tangere.
Register 2: Flagellation. Carrying of the Cross.
Register 3: Judas receiving the reward (payment in silver); Betrayal (Taking of Christ; Kiss of Judas); Christ restores Malchus' ear, cut by saint Peter.

Koechlin Number: 0239

Westwood 1876: France, early 14th century.
Koechlin 1924: France, 1st third of the 14th century. From the same workshop as MRR 423, in the Louvre.
Gaborit-Chopin 2003 and Museum's opinion 2010: Paris?, c. 1280-c. 1300. From the same workshop as MRR 423.


Traces of three hinges on the right side. Groove suggesting a rod connected the three hinges (charnière à tringle)..

Object Condition
Ivory cracked.

The right wing was formerly in the Baboin collection but its current location is unknown.

Bequest of Jean Beck to the Museum in 1845.

M. de Laborde, Notice des émaux, bijoux et objets divers exposés dans les galeries du musée du Louvre (Paris, 1857), no. 875.
A. Sauzay, Musée de la Renaissance [Musée du Louvre]. Notice des ivoires (Paris, 1863), no. 41.
J.O. Westwood, Fictile Ivories in the South Kensington Museum (London, 1876), no. 414 ('54.90).
E. Molinier, Musée National du Louvre. Catalogue des ivoires (Paris, 1896), no. 96.
R. Koechlin, Ivoires gothiques. Collection Émile Baboin (Lyon, 1912), no. 10, pl. VIII (right wing).
R. Koechlin, Les Ivoires gothiques français (Paris, 1924), I, pp. 151, 154; II, no. 239.
D. Gaborit-Chopin, Ivoires médiévaux, Ve-XVe siècle (Paris: Musée du Louvre, 2003), no. 111.


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