Three enamel plaques depicting (1) Alexander being drawn to Heaven in a chariot, (2) a man, possibly Samson, fighting a lion and (3) a man riding a camel.
Three Romanesque enamel plaques by Unknown Artist, 1150
© V&A Picture Library
- Copper-gilt and enamel
- 10 x 10 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £75,000 ( Total: £825,000; Tax remission)
- Acquired in:
Lent by J.E.W.Rolls to Manchester Art Treasures exhibition in 1857; by descent, lent to the Victoria and Albert Museum in 1924 by Lady Shelley-Rolls.