Gorgeous neo-gothic chalice with silver medallions, made in Belgium in 1910 and in very good condition. The chalice comes in its original case and is accompanied by other pieces used in the celebration of the Eucharist: a paten and a silver spoon made in Germany. The chalices foot and stem are made of gilt metal, crowned by a silver cup with no hallmarks. At the foot we can see three silver almond-shaped medallions with engraved images of the members of the Sacred Family. The foot and the stem are embellished with a fleur-de-lis pattern. The stem has two nodes and a subcup adorned with more fleur-de-lis motifs, in this case engraved by hand. The paten is made of silver and comes from France; this is ensured by the hallmarks located near the edge. It is embellished with a fine image of the Lamb of God, framed by the inscription AGNUS DEI PANIS VIVUS. All the pieces can be stored in the original and well-preserved case, together with a handwritten card from the silversmith's own workshop, and with the following inscription:Ce calice avec patène appartenant à Me. Superintendance des Surs de Saint-Vincent de Hoyelaert a été consacré à Bruxelles par Son Excellence Monseigneur Tacci Porcelli, Nonce Apostolique en Belgique. 2- 12-10 (1910) / This chalice with paten belonging to the Superintendence of the Sisters of Saint-Vincent de Hoyelaer was consecrated in Brussels by His Excellence Monsignor Tacci Porcelli, Apostolic Nuncio of Belgium. 2- 12-10 (1910) Beautifully made and undeniable valuable, this gorgeous neo-gothic chalice with silver medallions will shine as part of the belongings of a priest or a collector of sacred silverwork. Dimensions: Chalice: Foots Width: 5.51 in / 14 cm. Cups Width: 3.77 in / 9.6 cm. Height: 9.17 in / 23.3 cm. Weight: 500 g. Paten: Diameter: 5.51 in / 15 cm. Weight: 112 g.