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Ermesinde silver copper box

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Museal editions have entrusted a renowned craftsman with the creation of a luxurious hand-embossed silvered copper box, depicting the delivery of the postage charter of Echternach by the Countess Ermesinde, particularly well highlighted by this meticulously carved relief. A double black felt insert can be used to store business cards, jewelry, keys, pens, etc.

Silver-plated copper box, size 18x13x5cm, 800g.


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SKU 8518
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Ermesinde (1186-1247) Only daughter of Henry IV the Blind, Count of Luxembourg and Namur, and Agnes of Guelders.

She administered Luxembourg for 21 years, from 1197 to 1247, and her wise and prudent government made it a prosperous country.

On November 6, 1236, Countess Ermesinde granted the city of Echternach its charter of emancipation; becoming the first locality in present-day Luxembourg to be granted this privilege.

His bones, rediscovered in 1875, rest in a new sarcophagus placed in the crypt of the Notre-Dame de Clairefontaine chapel.


Additional information

Weight 0.800 kg
Dimensions 18 × 13 × 5 cm
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