237 BAISER DE PAIX WITH ENAMEL, BY JEAN III PENICAUD LIMOGES, EARLY 16TH CENTURY Representing Saint Margaret. On an arched copper plaque, painted in brilliant polychromy, appears the full standing figure of the saint wearing fleur-de-lisé crown on her golden hair. She wears a mantle of crimson semé with fleurs-de-lys and carries a sword in her right hand and a book in her left. She treads on ground of green, out-lined with gold. In the back the silhouette of the castle and the turquoise-blue sky semé with stars. At the left hand corner in a reserve, the signature, I. P. In a gilded bronze frame, elaborately gadrooned and with fleur-de-lisé cresting. For suspension. Size, about 31/2 x 21/2 inches From the Spitzer legacies. [SEE ILLUSTRATION] IVORY, BONE, AMBER AND ROCK CRYSTAL NUMBERS 238-261 238 LARGE IVORY DICE GERMAN, PROBABLY 16TH CENTURY Each sinkage engraved with signs of the Zodiac, emblems or armorial bearings and numbers. Very uncommon. Diameter, about 2 inches From the Spitzer legacies. 239 BELL PULL OF IVORY AND GILDED BRONZE NUREMBERG, 17TH CENTURY Composed of vase-shaped baluster members of ivory and black horn handsomely striped, and fluted mounts of gilded bronze. A rare document of early interior furnishing. Length, 6 feet From the Spitzer legacies. 240 CARVED BAS-RELIEF OF NARWHAL TUSK FRENCH, BEGINNING OF 16TH CENTURY The enrichment of a sword grip. Slightly convex and tapering plaque with a very finely carved representation of the Virgin and Child with angels. In a dais of mask and leaf volutes. Size, about 41/2 x 1 inch From the Spitzer legacies. Inventory No. 3879. [SEE ILLUSTRATION, FOLLOWING PAGE] 91