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cruet

Christianity either of a pair of small containers for the wine and water used in the Eucharist
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I found myself telling this priest the story of my fall from grace--all about the Mass, the cruets, and the frightened child.
Once the bell is in place, Frances will remember to check the positioning of the cruets' handles.
The altar: lacy lambrequin; solid gold cross, like a Roman short sword; chalice, pall and purificator, chalice veil; ciborium, paten; cruets of amber Tokay.
Clarice Cliff (1899-1972) is best known for the cheerfully coloured, Art Deco influenced ceramic vases, pitchers, mugs, cruets, and sifters she painted from the late 1920s until the mid-1930s Clarice started working at the age of 13 as an apprentice enameller.
AS most people are aware, owl artefacts are highly collectable, whether they be models of owls, silver owl-shaped cruets or pottery owl jugs, like the one shown here.
A rotating utensil holder, kettle, mortar and pestle, French press and pair of cruets are among the new items.
DeWeese exhibited a range of work at Akar, including cups, saucers, platters, cruets and bowls.
411Colorful Italian Ceramics From INTRADAINTRADA"s "Majolica Oil Bottles" feature majolica ceramic cruets in bold Italian style and colors with different names and vegetable designs on each.
Clearly nervous at having the famous TV chef joining them for a meal, Clement Freud was asked if he liked the cut-glass cruets? "Yes, very much," he replied pocketing them both, as his hosts looked on aghast.
Another emerging trend evident at this show was glass encased in glass, for striking optical effect: Impulse's goblet enclosed in a tumbler, and Ichendorfs oil and vinegar cruets enclosed in a glass bulb.
A classically-trained painter understands the importance of balance and Fanny repeats the image of the cricket ball, the shadow that it casts and further down, ahem, the other pair (referred to in Sydney's Brewongle Stand after a few cans of Victoria Bitter as The Cruets).
13), of about 1745, hears the royal arms and describes him as a "GLASS CUTTER' who 'makes & sells all Sorts of Curious Cut Glass, such as Cruets, Castors, Salts ...