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GENERAL INDEX

This index includes persons, places, objects, iconography, materials and techniques. For extant objects, illuminated manuscripts, painting, sculpture, etc., see also the location index.

References in bold are to entries in the inventory. Page references followed by n are to footnotes. Cross-references are provided from selected English and French terms to the appropriate heading. These are designed to guide the user but not to give every variant spelling.

Many donors are named in the inventory, but bishops are cited only by their diocese and other donors only by the office they held. Where successive appointments were made during the 1390s and the identity is uncertain, the list of gifts is repeated for all the possible candidates, preceded by the convention cf. Other donors are named in different entries by their styles of both before and after 1397. References to peers are under their family names. Cross-references are supplied from diocese, office and title.

A

acorns, in goldsmiths’ work

— cups, 567, 840

— hanaps, 634, 635

— mirror, 824

— spoons, 576, 980

actiers see head-dresses

Adoration of the Magi, on tablets, 953, 997

Agnus Dei

— as objects, 452, 694, 764

— on a paten, 1168

Alexandria (Alisandre), rubies of, 23, 58, 429

almsdishes, 499, 591, 592, 818, 819

— see also nefs; pots

altar table, 888

amber, 1180

amethysts, 325, 926

ampullae see chrismatories

anel pour le bras see bracelet

angels, in goldsmiths’ work

— basins, 495

— cross, 911

— cruets, 1115

— hanaps, 250, 261

— holding censers, 1110

— images, 914, 939, 1013, 1043, 1083

— kneeling angels, 1109

— mazer, 761

— mirrors, 297, 300, 823

— monstrance, 1050

— pax, 973

— pyx, 1160

— reliquary, 1159

— tablets, 916, 937, 1002, 1010, 1024

Anne of Bohemia (1366–94), queen of England

— chamberlain of see Brocas, Bernard (d. 1395)

— — crowns, 5, 7

— heraldry

— — arms, 974

— — livery collars, 52, 63, 76, 80, 84

— — see also letters of ‘A’, ‘N’; rosemary

annulet, 298

Annunciation, in goldsmiths’ work

— image, 1131

— mirrors, 298, 325, 393

— quadrant, 984

— tablets, 886, 918, 931, 935, 937?, 950, 952, 953, 961, 985, 995, 998, 1001, 1012, 1021, 1022, 1026

Apostles, on a cross, 964

arblaster, 506

arm of silver, 575

armillae (armell’), 413

arms and armour

— ‘armour of Spain’, 410412, 414

see also baselards; helmets; spurs; stirrups; swords

Arundel, arms of see Fitzalan, Richard, 4th earl of Arundel

Arundel, earls of see Fitzalan

Arundel [Fitzalan], Thomas (1353–1414), bishop of Ely (1373–88), chancellor of England (1386–89; 1391–96), archbishop of York (1388–96), archbishop of Canterbury (1396–97; 1399–1414)

— gifts of

— — as archbishop of Canterbury, cf. 920

— — as archbishop of York, cf. 894, 903, 922

— — as chancellor, cf. 992

asperge (espryng) see holy-water buckets and sprinklers

attaches see head-dresses

augrim see letters of algorism

Aumale, duke of see Edward of York

B

babouins (grotesques), in goldsmiths’ work

— basin, 583

— bottles, 603

— creuzequin, 566

— cruets, 1117

— cups, 559, 561, 607, 775, 784, 840

— ewers, 548, 626

— hanap, 224

Bache, Alexander, bishop of St Asaph (1390–94)

— gift of, cf. 892

bag (bagge), 582

Bagot, Sir William (d. 1407), king’s knight

— gift of, 942

baldrick, 305

Ballard, Gregory, of Richard II’s buttery, 822

Baptism of Christ, in goldsmiths’ work

— — pax, 973

— — tablet, 927

barrel for washing combs, 752

baselards, 402, 513

basins

— gold, 12, 27

— silver-gilt, 495498, 527, 530, 531, 533, 534, 583589, 723, 734738, 742, 748, 814, 827, 829, 866, 878, 882, 885, 10751077, 1206

— parcel-gilt, 590

— — from Arundel forfeiture, 860

— silver, 654, 655, 712, 815, 1073, 1074

basins with ewers

— silver-gilt, 830

— silver, 713, 753

— — from Arundel forfeiture, 861

baudekyn (baldachin), 1187

beakers (bikers), 139, 143

see also cups; goblets; hanaps; horns; mazers

bear (badge of John, duke of Berry), 38

beasts (unspecified), in goldsmiths’ work

— cup, 777

— horn, 842

— hanap, 618

— pot, 626

— salt, 593

— spice-plate, 844

— tripod, 597

Beauchamp, Thomas (1337/9–1401), 12th earl of Warwick

— gift of, 902

— goods forfeited, 872874, 11061121

— heraldry

— — badge see ragged staff

— servant see Bagot, Sir William

Beaufort, John (c. 1371–1410), earl of Somerset (Feb. 1397), marquis of Dorset (1397–99)

— gifts of, 115

Beaufort, Margaret (Holland), (d. 1439), wife of John Beaufort

— gift of, as marchioness of Dorset, 823

Beaumont, Henry (1380–1413), 5th baron, gifts of, cf. 956, 993

Beaumont, John (d. 1396), 4th baron, king’s knight (1393–96)

— gifts of, cf. 956, 993

beech tree (beche), in gold, on a silver hanap, 528

bells

— gold, 430, 895, 983

— silver-gilt, 579, 697, 1068, 1186, 1205

— — for falcons, 509

— — with ragged staff, 1118

— silver, 1069, 1119, 1136

see also belts with bells

belt and bracer, 677

belts

— gold with gems, 310, 397, 411, 459

— — demi-ceints, 331, 332

— — embroidered with pearls, 344

— gold, 345, 398, 399, 424, 440, 446, 448451, 485, 486

— — with bells, 441445, 447

— — detached buckles and pendants, 430, 433

— — for the king when armed, 375

— — of or de cipre and pearls, 421423

— — like a rosary, 320

— — surceints for houppelandes, 335, 336

— silver-gilt, 765767

— — termed girdle, 705

berce (cradle), 299

Berkeley, Thomas, 5th baron (1353–1417), gift of, 830

Berry, duke of see John, duke of Berry

birds (unspecified), in goldsmiths’ work

— basin, 587

— beaker, 139

— bookcover, 1058

— cups, 559, 561, 772, 778, 840

— ewers, 623, 834, 835

— hanaps, 250, 629

see also eagles; falcon; grouse; ostrich; parrots

Black Prince see Edward, Prince of Wales

Blanche of Lancaster (1392–1409), daughter of Henry IV

— crown of, 7

blanchepoudre, spoon for, 702

Bohun, Eleanor de (c. 1365–99), duchess of Gloucester

— — gifts of, 934, 953

— — gift of ‘Madame de Gloucester’ (307)

— — see also Despenser, Constance

Bohun, Joan de [Fitzalan], countess of Hereford (d. 1419), widow of Humphrey, 11th earl

— gifts of, 195, 533, 938, 954, 998,

books

see Gospel and Epistle covers

bookmarks (pipes/pippes), 362

Boor, John, dean of Richard II’s household chapel (1389–99)

— gifts of, 183, 949

borage flowers (bourrache), 442, 334

Botiller, Thomas see Butler

botoners de chefs see head-dresses

bottles

— marble, 508

— silver-gilt, 536, 604, 721, 838, 839

— — with arms of the king and emperor, 603

— — with dragons and stars, 573

— — for rose-water, 704

— — with straps of silver wire, 546

— parcel-gilt, 605

see also flasks

bourrache see borage

boxes (box, boiste, buyst)

— beryl or crystal and gold, 367, 380

— gold with gems, 366, 392

— gold for ‘gunnes’, 385

— silver-gilt, 828

see also caskets; coffers; pyxes; triaclers

bracelet (anel pour le bras), 295

bracers (arm-guards)

— with cornet, 676

— with belt, 677

Bradeston, Blanche, Lady, gift of, 383

Brittany, dukes of see John IV

Brocas, Sir Bernard (c. 1330–95), chamber knight

— gifts of, cf. 525

Brocas, Sir Bernard (c. 1354–1400), king’s knight

— gifts of, cf. 525, 526

brosshe, gold with gems, 388

broom (Charles VI’s badge)

— broom and broomcods

— — bracelet, 295

— — collars of broom, 49, 50, 70, 82, 85

— — hanap and ewer, 245, 246

— broom with hart of Richard II see hart

— — for Isabelle of France

— broom with tiger of Charles VI

— — hanap and ewer, 231, 232

broomcods in green and white enamel, 50, 245, 246

buckles see belts; Garters

bugle horn (wild ox), 842

Burgundy

— duke of see Philip the Bold, duke of Burgundy

Burton, John, keeper of the rolls of chancery (1386–94)

— gifts of, 524

see also Scarle, John; Stanley, Thomas

Butler (Botiller), Thomas, dean of St George’s chapel, Windsor (1389–1402)

— gifts of, 932, 948, 1195

butterfly, on a spice-plate, 555

buttons (botinneres, botoners)

— gold with gems, like eagles, 377

— silver and glass, 763

C

cage, parcel-gilt, 661

cagettes pour oisellez de cipre see perfume balls

Calais (Pas-de Calais)

— captain of see Holland, Thomas

— mayor and citizens, gift of, 535

— treasurer of see Stanley, Thomas

Cambridge, earls of see Edmund of Langley; Edward of York

camels, on an image of the Baptist, 959

cameos and intaglios

— termed camewe, 871

— termed pierre d’Israel, 466, 491, 906, 972, 1018

— termed women’s heads, 371

candle-holders, for Feast of the Purification, 869, 881

candle-snuffer, 1148

candlesticks and candelabra

— gold, 31, 26, 34

— silver-gilt, 520, 646, 731, 746, 787, 867, 879, 880, 1047, 1051, 1052, 1201 (sconce), 1066

— parcel-gilt, 873

— silver, 733, 788, 872, 881

canopies for pyxes, 977, 1027

Canterbury (Kent)

— archbishops of see Arundel, Thomas; Walden, Roger

cap (capellet), black with pearls, 54

Carlisle (Cumberland)

— bishops of see Rede, Robert; Merk, Thomas

cases

— for a quadrant, 984

— for rose-water bottles, 704

— for a spoon, 20

— for a tablet, 1187

see also leather; pouches

caskets (forcers)

— ivory, 672, 673

— jet and silver-gilt, 675

— silver-gilt, 674, 1102

see also boxes; coffers

Castile see Isabel of Castile

Catherine of Alexandria, Saint

— images (statuettes), 910, 1042

— representations of

— — cup, 560

— — tabernacles, 923, 1166

— — tablets, 927, 936, 941, 942, 944, 947, 993, 995, 1001, 1005, 1007, 1022

cauldrons, silver, 517, 802, 803

censers

— gold, 896

— silver-gilt, 1056, 1088, 1142, 1143

— — held by angels, 1110

— — with leopards and leopards’ heads 1054, 1055, 1114, 1141

— — with silver chains, 1053

ceramic, 566

Cerle, William see Serle

chafing-balls, 365, 868, 1147

chafing-dish, 517

chain, gold, with a gem and crystal, 373

chalices and patens

— gold with gems, and a spoon, 980

— gold and beryl, with cruets, 893

— gold, 989

— — with the Baptist and the Confessor, 975

— — with ‘Saunz departer’, 895

— silver-gilt, 1061, 1095, 1096, 1200

— — with Agnus Dei, 1168

— — with a crucifixion and the Trinity, 1183

— — inscribed ‘Jhesus Christus’, 1120

— — with the Majesty, 1169

— — with the Trinity, 1167, 1170

Chancery, keepers of the rolls see Burton, John; Scarle, John; Stanley, Thomas

chaplets

— gold with gems and pearls, 4245, 51, 55, 56, 58, 60, 62, 6469, 74, 75, 79, 86

— — from Arundel forfeiture, 73

— — like a coronet, 72

— green and white with a nouche and a rabbit, 78

— of pearls, with imitation gems, 476

see also cap; circlets; crowns and coronets; head-dresses

chargers

— gold, 28

— silver-gilt, 726, 727, 798, 808

— — with the arms of Arundel, 851

— silver, 539, 799, 809

— — vianderes, 505

Charles IV (1316–78), Holy Roman emperor

— arms, impaled with arms of Richard II, 585, 587, 588, 603, 606

Charles VI, king of France (1380–1422)

— gifts of, 3840, 189, 190, 912915, 939, 971, 1002

— — to Thomas of Woodstock, 70, 284, 285

— heraldry

— — badges see broom; broomcods; sun; tiger; unicorn

— — motto, ‘Jamès’, 39

chequer-board (tabler), 653

chess-sets and chess-pieces, 512, 771

Chester (Cheshire)

— abbot of St Werburgh’s see Sutton, Henry

— mayor and citizens, gift of, 274

Chichester, bishops of see Mitford, Richard; Waldby, Robert; Rede, Robert

chirs de frument see corn, ears of

chrismatories, 1070, 1091, 1152

Christ, representations in goldsmiths’ work

— as infant

— — naked, 824, 996, 1000, 1010,

— — playing with a bird, 1108

— — with a rose, 1126

— enthroned/ as Judge/in Majesty

— — cross, 1081

— — mirror, 324

— — paten, 1169

— — tablets, 961, 988?

see also Adoration of the Magi; Agnus Dei; Baptism of Christ; Coronation of the Virgin; Crucifixion; Nativity; Passion; Pity; Resurrection; Trinity; Virgin Mary

Christopher, Saint

— image (statuette), 965

— representations on tablets, 933, 936, 942, 950, 953, 956, 961, 962, 995, 1022

circlets, 4648, 57, 77

Clifford, Richard (d. 1421), keeper of the great wardrobe (1390–97), keeper of the privy seal (1397–1401), bishop of Worcester (1401–7), bishop of London (1407–21)

— gifts of, as privy seal, cf. 260, 1000

Clinton, Sir John (c. 1326–98), 3rd baron Clinton

— gift of, 827

clouds as motif, 961, 1010, 1025

see also sun (badge of Richard II)

clusters, gold with gems, 429, 465

cockatrices, 883

coconut (nutte noir), 569, 758

coffers (coffres, coffrets, cofirs, cofynes)

— gold, 309, 389

— iron-bound, 414

— ivory, 580, 1192, 1194

— jasper, 355, 518

— leather, 507, 1193 (cuir bouilli)

ouvrage de Henaud (Hainault), 1146

— parcel-gilt, 532

— silver-gilt, 1145, 1150

— silver, 581

see also boxes; caskets (forcers)

Colchester, William de, abbot of Westminster (1386–1420)

— gifts of, 174, 390

collars, 16–18

— — with broom, 49, 50, 70, 82, 85

— — formerly of Thomas of Woodstock, 70, 71

— — with feathers, 83

— — with gems from the ‘grande’ and ‘seconde’ crowns, 81

— — livery of Anne of Bohemia, 52, 63, 76, 80, 84

— — with a ruby and pearls, 53

— gold

— — with doublets, 61

— — ‘like a wreath’, 87

— — livery of Thomas Mowbray, earl of Nottingham, as earl marshal, 361

— — with white falcons, 59

— silver-gilt (pectrins), 870871

see also greyhound collars

collars of ‘SS’ (John of Gaunt’s badge), in goldsmiths’ work

— basins, 584, 587

— hanap, 288

— salts, 18, 593

Cologne

— Kings of Cologne (Magi, Three Kings)

— — cult and names, 621, 706

see also Adoration of the Magi

columbine, on hanaps, 208, 632

combs (pines)

— gold and ivory, 454, 455

— basin for, 752

corn, ears of (chirs de frument), as badge, 287, 356

Coronation of the Virgin, in goldsmiths’ work

— crozier, 1175

— tablets, 948, 952, 995, 1003, 988?

— — for a rosary, 387

— gifts of, 303, 930, 943

Courcy, Agnès de, daughter of Guillaume and Françoise, gift to, 336

Courcy, Françoise de, wife of Guillaume, governess of Isabelle of France

— gems lost by, 52, 335, 343, 346, 348

— ring delivered by, 350

Cranley, Thomas, archbishop of Dublin (1397–1417), chancellor and justiciar of Ireland, 107

— gifts of, cf. 308, 384, 385

creuzequins (crusqins, gruskyns), 216, 566

see also goblets

crosses

— — gold with gems, 903, 922, 951, 1032, 1037, 1038

— — — damaged, 887

— — — fleury, 978979, 1031

— — — with Pietà and Trinity, 911

— — — seized from Thomas of Woodstock, 990

— — — ‘tablet’, later termed a cross, 963

— — gold, 889, 964

— — — ‘for the Resurrection’, 1039

— — — in Richard II’s household, 1041

— — — with a pelican, 901

— — silver-gilt and beryl, 1080

— — silver-gilt with gems, 1079

— — silver-gilt, 1045, 1046, 1081, 1082, 1090, 1156, 1158, 1172, 1173, 1199

— — — seized from the earl of Warwick, 1111, 1112

— — — with a silver crucifix, 1157

— — silver, with chain, 693

— — True Cross reliquaries, 1038?,

— — — black, damaged, 890

— — — formerly of Edward III, 1177

crosslet see head-dresses

crowns and coronets

— in Richard II inventory

— — gold with gems, 111

— — — ‘Blanche’s crown’, 7

— — — formerly of earl of Arundel, 73

— — — gems from ‘grande’ and ‘seconde’ crowns, 81

— — — ‘magna corona’, 9

— — — with parrots and greyhounds, 4

— — silver-gilt, 556, 678

crowns for images (statuettes)

— gold, 910, 970, 971, 990, 1037

— silver-gilt, 1122, 1127, 1131, 1181

— silver, 1148

croziers, silver-gilt, 1071, 1174, 1175

Crucifixion, in goldsmiths’ work

— chalice, with Virgin Mary and St John, 1183

— crosses, 1031, 1032, 1038, 1157, 1177, 1199

— — with Evangelists, 990, 1172, 1111

— — — and a pelican in piety, 901

— — with Pietà and Trinity, 911

— — with Virgin Mary and St John, 922, 1037, 1080, 1081, 1112, 1173

— — — and Apostles, 964

— — — and Evangelists, 1156, 1158

— — — and Trinity, 903

— feretory, 1195

— Gospel and Epistle covers, with Virgin Mary and St John, 1058, 1059

— monstrance, 1050

— paxes, 982

— — crowded Crucifixion, 972

— — with Virgin Mary and St John, 974, 1153, 1184

porteux, 1060

— pyx, 977

— tabernacle, with the Trinity, 915

— tablets, 928, 929, 931, 1007, 1022

— — with Apostles, 992

— — with pelican in piety, 1004

— — for a rosary, 387

— — with Virgin Mary and St John, 942, 946, 955, 963

cruets

— gold, 893, 895, 897, 981

— — with harts, 949

— silver-gilt, 1062, 1063, 1101, 11151117, 11321134, 1185, 1188, 1203

— silver, 1064, 1135

cuir bouilli see leather

cups

— gold, 216, 276, 277, 292

— — formerly of the earl of Arundel, 291

— silver-gilt, 567, 749

— — hautes couppes, 559565, 772782, 840

— — with short feet 783, 784, 833

— silver, 578, 714, 725

— other materials

— — coconut with silver-gilt, 569

— — ostrich egg with silver-gilt, 568

see also beakers; creuzequins; goblets; hanaps; horns; mazers

D

dagger, with gold, 468

damask, 469, 573

Deping, John, Dominican, bishop of Waterford and Lismore (1397–1400)

— gift of, cf. 962

Despenser, Constance (c. 1375–1416), wife of Thomas, Lord Despenser

— gift of ‘Madame de Gloucester’, cf. 307, see also Bohun, Eleanor de

Despenser, Thomas (1373–1400), 2nd Lord Despenser, earl of Gloucester (1397–99)

— gift of, 300

Devereux, Sir John (d. 1393), steward of Richard II’s household (1388)

— daughter of see Fitzwalter, Joan

Devereux, Sir John (d. 1396), gift of, cf. 169

Devilin see Dublin

dexske see lecterns

dials see sundials

diamonds

— as nails of cross, 982, 990, 1037

— ‘flat’, 980, 982

— imitation, 7, 67, 123, 298, 957, 1025

dishes see ecuelles

dogs, in goldsmiths’ work—

— termed chiens, 161, 772, 779

— termed kenettes, 94, 562, 568

see also greyhounds

dolls, with silver-gilt vessels, etc., 751

Dorset, marquis of see Beaufort, John

doublets (imitation gems, so termed)

— red and blue, 61, 416, 432, 690

see also diamonds; gems (imitation)

doves, on hanaps, 183, 278

dragons, in goldsmiths’ work

— basins, 586, 588

— bottles, 573

— ewers, 271, 549, 550, 608

— hanaps, 607, 619

— plate, 554

— salt, 637

— tripods, 551, 553

see also spice-plates

Drayton, Sir John, M.P. (d. 1417)

— gift of a hanap, 540

drinking-horns see horns

Drogheda (Drovda), Ireland, 528

Dublin (Devilin, Dyvelin), archbishops of see Cranley, Thomas; Northalis, Richard; Waldby, Robert

Durham, bishops of see Fordham, John

E

eagles

— on a belt, of pearls, 375

— in goldsmiths’ work

— — basin, 885

— — bottles, 536

— — buttons (botoners), 377

— — goblet, 143

— — hanaps, 162, 273

— — incense boat, 1065

— — nef, 1065

— — nouches, 96, 102, 103, 124, 127, 129, 828,

— — tablet, 302

ecuelles (dishes)

— gold, 29

— silver-gilt, 729, 800, 810, 828

— silver, 539, 801, 811

— — with arms of Arundel, 852854

— — marked with ‘A’, 668, 670

— — dish and cup (pece), 578

Edmund, king and martyr, Saint

— image (statuette), 971

Edmund of Langley (1341–1402), earl of Cambridge (1362), 1st duke of York (1385)

— gifts of, 116, 177, 181, 947

— wives of see Holland, Joan

Edward, king and confessor, Saint

— arms of (adopted by Richard II from 1395) see England, arms of

— images (statuettes), 970, 1089

— representations with St John the Baptist

— — candlestick (sconce), 1066

— — hanap, 151

— — lecterns, 958, 1198,

— — paten, 975

— — tabernacle, 904

— — tablet, 950

Edward II, king of England (1307–27)

— wife of see Isabella of France

Edward III, king of England (1327–77)

— goods of

— — armillae, 413

— — ‘armour of Spain’, 410412, 414

— — bottles, 546,

— — chapel goods, 980984; 1040; 11771179,

— — goods documented 1378, 546; 571; 980983; 1177

— — goods documented 1384, 10, 14, 77, 410412, 546, 571, 984

— — goods documented 1399 (P), 410415; 542578; 980984; 11771178

— — mazer, 760762,

— — nef, 571

— — sceptres, 542545,

— — spice-plate, 570

— heraldry

— — arms of, 706, 761

Edward, Prince of Wales, the Black Prince (1333–76)

— officers and servants see Fordham, John

— sword and spurs attributed to, 379,

Edward of York (c. 1387–1415), earl of Rutland (1390), duke of Aumale (1397–99), 2nd duke of York (1402)

— gifts of, 41, 206, 298, 528, 904, 921, 940

egipsier, gipser (gibecière) see purses

elephant with griffin, 128

Elizabeth, Saint see Visitation

Eltham Palace (Kent)

— gems lost at, 52, 339 see also Courcy, Françoise de

Ely, archdeacon of see Feriby, Thomas

Ely, bishops of see Arundel, Thomas; Fordham, John

embroidery

— — on secular objects, 86, 312, 344, 375, 679

— — on liturgical objects, 1027, 1187

emeralds

— on harts, 382, 391

enamel

— ‘black’, 161, 942, 953

— — basins, 534, 829

— — ewer, 620

— — hanaps, 163, 261, 267, 273, 619

— — pax, 973

— — rosary, 304

— — tablets, 919, 991, 996, 1010?

England, arms of (England/the king’s arms)

— England (so termed), 239, 537, 575, 828, 1075, 1076, 1105

— — ancient, 774

— — with France, 520, 739, 749, 838, 1074

— — with France and arms of Edward, king and confessor, 275, 744

— — impaled with arms of Edward, king and confessor, 199, 268, 409, 736, 829

— the king’s arms (so termed), 24, 150, 169, 174, 175, 179, 182, 184, 263, 266, 376, 503, 558, 633

— — with an angel above, 495

— — and arms of Anne of Bohemia, 974

— — impaled with arms of Charles IV, emperor, 585, 587, 588, 603, 606

— — impaled with arms of Edward, king and confessor, 174, 179, 182, 184, 531, 533, 736, 829

— — impaled with arms ‘of the queen’, 583, 586, 590, 646

England, chancellors of see Arundel, Thomas; Scarle, John; Wykeham, William

Epiphany see Adoration of the Magi

épreuves see salts

ermine (hermyn), 92

espryng see holy-water bucket

esqueles, esquiles see ecuelles

estoillers (stars?), gold with gems, 37

Evangelists and their symbols

— on crosses, 901, 978, 990, 1041, 1082, 1111, 1156, 1158, 1172

— on a lectern, 1198

— on a tablet, 919

ewers

— beryl and gold, 158, 164

— — paired with hanaps, 160, 185, 188, 244,  271

— beryl and silver-gilt, 620, 621

— gold with gems, 187, 190, 197, 279

— — with a goblet, 259

— — paired with hanaps, 192, 206, 209, 225, 227, 230, 232, 252, 255, 285

— gold

— — paired with goblets, 170, 218

— — paired with hanaps, 198, 202, 204, 217, 220, 222, 234, 238, 242, 246, 260, 266, 272

— silver-gilt, 506, 548550, 601, 622625, 648, 687, 718, 741, 794, 816, 834, 835, 876

— — paired with a pot, 547

— silver, 666, 750, 817

Exeter, duke of see Holland, John

F

falcon

— in goldsmiths’ work

— — beaker, 139

— — cups, 772, 774, 777

— — ewers, 601, 624

— — hanap, 740

— — salts, 41, 593

— on personal ornaments

— — belts, 765, 766

— — collar, 59

— — head-dresses, 57, 74, 430

— — nouches, 118, 120

— hood and bells for falcons, 509

feathers see ostrich feathers

Felbrigg, Sir Simon (c. 1368–1442), chamber knight, standard bearer of Richard II (1395)

— gifts of, 35, 386

Feld see Field

feretories

— beryl or crystal and silver-gilt, 523, 1159, 1195

see also relics and reliquaries

Feriby (Ferby), Thomas, archdeacon of Ely, king’s clerk, gift of, 955

fermail/s (brooches and clasps so termed)

— gold with gems and pearls, 321, 322

— — on collars, 49, 50

— — given to Richard II, 337, 338

— — lost at Eltham, 339

— — claimed for Isabelle of France, 347

— — on rosaries, 487

— — — like a heart, 327

— gold, 435, 464, 475

— — with dogs, 489

see also nouches

fern (badge of Anne of Bohemia)

— collars, 52, 80, 84

fetterlock (badge of Isabel of Castile), 431

Field (Feld), Richard, almoner of Richard II, gift of, 952

filets see head-dresses

Fitzalan, Richard (1346–97), 4th earl of Arundel

— gifts of, 103, 179, 933

— goods forfeited

— — delivered from Shropshire (1398), 851865

— — granted to Thomas Holland, duke of Surrey, 73, 291, 487

— heraldry

— — arms of, 589, 847, 851855

Fitzwalter, Lady (Joan Devereux, d. 1409), wife of Walter (1368–1406), 4th baron Fitzwalter,

— gifts of, 26, 267, 532

flasks, 15, 39

see also bottles

fleurs de lis, 240, 546, 547, 590

flowers (unnamed), in goldsmiths’ work

— belts, 411, 412, 444, 448

— collar, 61

— hanaps and ewers, 159, 186, 203, 529

— nouches, 136, 137

— pyx, 1027

— tablet, 995

— tripod, 596

see also borage; broom; columbine; fleurs de lis; lilies; roses; violets

forcers see caskets

Fordham, John, bishop of Durham (1381–88), bishop of Ely, (1388–1425)

— gifts of, 527, 829

forks, 304–5

— beryl and gold with gems, 456

— gold, pair, 493

— silver-gilt, 680, 848

— — with a spoon, 825

— parcel-gilt, 681, 849, 850

— silver, 660, 701

France, arms of, 40, 272, 275, 571

France and Navarre, arms of, 836

frontlets see head-dresses

furnishings see hustlements

G

Gabriel, archangel, image (statuette), 969

garnets, 74, 413, 481, 512, 556, 955, 978

Garter, Order of

— motto, 198, 601

— prelate of see Wykeham, William

Garters, 430, 434, 467

— as collar, 870

— ‘bracelet’ sent to France, 341

— with suns, 360, 484

— as nouches, 122, 123

Garters as motif

— on basins, with hart, 1077

— on hanaps and ewers, 150, 220, 236

— — with griffin, 149

— — with motto, 198, 601

gems

— gem and pearl cluster, 372

— imitation gems (contrefaitz), 7, 67, 123, 298, 414, 476, 556, 570, 641, 678, 684, 957, 1025, 1177

see also amethysts; diamonds; doublets; emeralds; garnets; peridots; rubies; sapphires

George, Saint

— arms of, 122, 123, 394, 870, 1014

— — misattributed to, 994

— images (statuettes), 914, 917, 966, 1085, 1129

— representations of

— — bottles, 838

— — mirror, 642

— — sword, with the Baptist, 525

— — tabernacle, 1014

— — tablets, 935, 956, 961, 1001

— gifts of, cf. 264, 273

pots formerly of, cf. 831

ginger, green

— forks for, 456, 493, 660, 680, 701

— pot for, 640

gipsers see purses

girding (strengthening) bars, 412, 484, 765, 767

girdir’ see gridiron

girdles see belts

glass

— on silver buttons, 763

— on a mirror, 439

— see also doublets; gems, imitation

glasses (for drinking), 616, 639

— enamelled glass, 617

Gloucester, duchess of see Bohun, Eleanor de

Gloucester, dukes of see Thomas of Woodstock

Gloucester, earl of see Despenser, Thomas

Gloucester, ‘Madame de’

— gift of, 307

see Bohun, Eleanor de; Despenser, Constance

goblets

— in Richard II’s inventory, 218, 250, 259, 289, 524, 630

— — in a set, 170

— — termed creuzequin, 219

see also beakers; cups; hanaps; horns; mazers

gold, broken, 429, 430, 457, 492

goldsmiths’ work, techniques

— chasing

— — almsdish, 499

— — basin, 531

— — casket, 533

— — hanaps, 152, 156, 178, 182, 183, 187, 192, 193, 200, 205, 206, 211, 214, 258, 260, 276, 281

— embossing

— — basins, 583, 586590, 827, 882

— — hanaps and ewers, 290, 607, 608, 622

— engraving

— — basins, 583588, 590

— — bell, 1118

— — bottles, 603, 838, 839

— — candlesticks, 1052, 1066

— — clasp, 489

— — cruets, 1116, 11321134

— — cups, 292, 559563, 775, 776, 778, 779

— — Garter, 484

— — hanaps and ewers, 149, 150, 177, 266, 288

— — — — 548, 549, 609, 611613, 623625, 627629, 647, 648, 663, 664, 687, 835

— — mazers, 652, 841

— — mirror, 644

— — mount for a glass, 639

— — nef, 571

— — paten, 1168

— — paxes, 926, 1153

— — ring, 690

— — tablets, 950, 953, 956, 957, 961, 962, 999, 1001

see also enamel

Gospel and Epistle covers (textes), 1058, 1059, 1078

— — for relics, 1138

— gift of, 534

Grey of Codnor, Richard, 4th baron (c. 1371–1418)

— gift of, 905

greyhound collars

— green with gold, 359

— embroidered, 679

— red and black with a motto, 768

greyhounds (leverers)

— as detached objects, 329, 342, 363

— in goldsmiths’ work, 4, 177, 514?, 561, 562, 876

gridirons, silver, 504, 658, 805

griffins

— in goldsmiths’ work, 149, 235, 591

— — griffin feet, 672

— — nouches, 119, 128, 132

grouse, on a hanap, 249

gruskyn see creuzequin

H

Hainault (Henaud), goods of, or in the manner of

— coffer, 1146

— tabernacle, 1130

hanaper (hamper), 578

hanaps

— gold (mm. 7–13), many with gems, some paired with ewers, 138292

— — beryl and gold, 157, 159, 161163, 165167, 185, 188, 195, 243, 270, 278, 283

— — like a dish, 263

— — like a pece, 287

— — in multiple sets, 171, 172, 215

— — tout gobbelet, 289

— silver-gilt, 494, 529, 535, 540, 609613, 627629, 683, 740, 793

— — from the Arundel forfeiture, 857

— — ‘like a chalice’, 636

— — like a goblet, 630

— — hanap and pot, 739

— — in sets with ewers, 607, 608, 719, 720

— beryl and silver-gilt

— — with dragons and rouge cler, 619

— — with swans and three spouts, 599

— — with white harts, 618

— parcel-gilt, 649, 662

— silver and gold, 267

— — with a beech tree, 528

— silver, 663665, 795—

— — from Arundel forfeiture, 858, 859

— other materials—

— — coconut (nutte noir) with silver-gilt, 758

— — maple wood with silver-gilt (double cup), ‘a la guise d’Almaigne’, 649

— — marble with gold, 168

— — ostrich egg with silver-gilt, 631635

— — — painted, 631

— — shell, with silver-gilt and enamel, 615

— — ‘unicorn’ (narwhal horn), beryl and gold, 262

see also beakers; cups; ewers; goblets; horns; mazers

hare? (lever), 561,

hart (Richard II’s badge)

— in goldsmiths’ work, in Richard II’s inventory

— — as detached objects, 296, 343, 346, 395, 396

— — — dismantled (1402), 382, 391

— — basins, 530, 736, 1077

— — — termed white harts, 527, 742

— — box, 380

— — cruets, 949

— — hanaps and ewers with harts

— — — in poinçonné, 184, 199, 207, 240, 257, 263, 275, 282

— — — technique unspecified, 236, 741

— — — termed white harts, 168, 169, 173, 178, 195, 196, 198, 207, 234, 245, 246, 257, 262, 618

— — hanaps and ewers with harts, broom and broomcods

— — — engraved, 266

— — — in poinçonné, 191, 194, 196, 201, 202, 221, 222, 233, 239, 241, 242, 245, 246, 265, 268, 272

— — — technique unspecified, 234

— — — termed white hart, 221

— — hanaps and ewers with rosemary, 194, 262

— — image (statuette) of the Baptist, 959

— — lectern, 958,

— — mazers, 759

— — — termed a white hart, 757

— — nouches, termed white harts, 131, 133

— — salts, 14, 36, 41, 378, 593,

— — spice-plate, 744

— — spout of ewer, 164

— — tablets, termed white harts, 963, 1001

harts’ heads

— on a belt, 440

— on a nouche, 118

— on a salt, 23

head-dresses

actiers, 477479

attaches, 333, 334

botoners de chefs, 348

coiffe en frontaigne, 98

crosselet, 483

filets, 480482

— — filet d’or, 437

sclaire, 416

tressons, 311

see also chaplets; circlets; crowns and coronets

helmets

— kettlehat, 356

— palet, 351

Henaud see Hainault

Henry IV, king of England (1399–1413), earl of Derby (1366–99), duke of Hereford (1397–99)

— gifts of

— — as earl and duke, 306, 342, 832, 961

heraldry

— (arms, badges, colours, supporters) see Anne of Bohemia; Beauchamp, Thomas, 12th earl of Warwick; Bohun, Eleanor de; Charles IV, emperor; Charles VI; Edward, king and confessor; Edward, Prince of Wales; England; Fitzalan, Richard, 4th earl of Arundel; France; George, Saint; Henry IV; Isabelle of France; John, duke of Berry; Navarre; Richard II

— unidentified: argent a lion rampant sable, 784

Hereford, countess of see Bohun, Joan de

Hereford, duke of see Henry IV

Holland, Joan (d. 1434), duchess of York, gift of, 937

Holland, John (c. 1352–1400), 1st earl of Huntingdon (1388), duke of Exeter (1397–99)

— arms of, 287

— gifts of, 299, 347, 893, 931, 958

Holland, Thomas (c. 1374–1400), 6th earl of Kent (1397), duke of Surrey (1397–99)

— gifts of, 208, 388, 530, 936

— and Arundel forfeiture, 73, 291, 487

holy-water buckets and sprinklers

— gold, 894

— silver-gilt, 877, 1057

— silver, 1100

— sprinkler (espryng), 1121

horns, 35

— drinking-horns, 515, 842, 843

see also beakers; cups; goblets; hanaps; mazers

— inkhorn and writing tablet? (corne and tablette), 403

— other horns

— — cornes, 401, 522, 526, 538

— — cornet et bracer, 676

— — cornette with baldrick of enamel and gems, 305

human figures, in goldsmiths’ work

— cups, 772, 773, 775777, 779

— drinking-horn, 842

— hanaps and ewers, 203, 251, 252, 254, 255, 834

— — as foot of hanap, 615

— mazer, 759

— nef, 571

— nouches, 118, 130, 132

— pot, 626

— spice-plate, 844

see also cameos; seals; wildmen

Huntingdon, earls of see Holland

hustlements (hustilmentz), silver, 507

I

images (statuettes)

— amber and silver-gilt, the Virgin Mary, 1180

— gold with gems

— — St Catherine of Alexandria, 910

— — St Edmund, king and martyr, 971

— — St Edward, king and confessor, 970

— — St George, with the princess, 914, 917

— — St John the Baptist, 959

— — St Martin of Tours, 909

— — St Michael, archangel, 912

— — The Trinity, 939

— — — with the Virgin Mary and St John, 913

— — Virgin and Child with eleven angels, 1013

— gold

— — St Catherine of Alexandria, 1042

— — St Christopher, 965

— — St Gabriel archangel, with a scroll, 969

— — St George, riding, 966

— — St James the Great, with a scallop shell, 967

— — St John the Baptist, 902

— — — with relics, 1044

— — St Michael, archangel, 968

— silver-gilt

— — St Edward, king and confessor, with a ring, 1089

— — St George, with a dragon, 1085

— — — with a shield on his breast, 1129

— — St John the Baptist, 1049

— — — the lamb missing, 1092

— — — marked vacat, 1103

— — St John the Baptist and St John the Evangelist, 1084

— — St Laurence, deacon, with gridiron and book, 1154–1155

— — St Thomas Becket, 1125, 1128?, 1176?

— — Trinity in a letter ‘T’, 875

— — — without a diadem, 1107

— — Virgin Mary

— — — Annunciation in a letter ‘T’, 1131

— — — crowned, 1127, 1181

— — — on foot of cross?, 1173

— — — with a sceptre, 1087

— — Virgin and Child, 1196

— — — with a lily, 1048, 11221124

— — — — the Child with a rose, 1126

— — — the Child with a bird, 1108

— — unidentified

— — — bishop, 1086

— — — kneeling female saint, 1182

see also Virgin Mary; saints by name; Trinity

incense boats see nefs

inscriptions

— ‘Ave Maria ...’, on an image of St Gabriel, 969

— ‘Deux vous garde de touz malx’, on a hanap, 212

— ‘En bone foy’, on a greyhound collar, 768

— for New Year, on hanaps

— — ‘A bon estreine’, 664

— — ‘A bone estrein’, 153

— — ‘En bon estreine’, 181, 183

— ‘Jasper, Malcheser, Balteser’, on a ewer, 621

— ‘Jhesu’, on a spice-plate, 845

— ‘Jhesus’, on cruets, 1132, 1133

— ‘Jhesus Christus’, on a chalice, 1120

— ‘O Maria mater dei precor misere [sic] mei’, on an image, 1180

— ‘Sit nomen domini benedictum’, on a hanap, 662

— ‘With goddes help’, on mount of a glass, 639

— ‘Yat drynkyth of me to ys breth end ...’, on a hanap, 291

— unspecified, on a ring, 690

see also letters; mottoes

Ireland

— chancellor and justiciar of see Cranley, Thomas

— lieutenant of see Mortimer, Roger, 4th earl of March

see also Dublin, archbishops of

iron

— clapper of a gold bell, 983

— clasps on a case for a tablet, 1187

— mace plated in gold, 376

— reinforcing a chest, 414

Isabeau of Bavaria, queen of France (1382–1436)

— gifts of, 200, 309

Isabella of France (1295–1358), queen of England, 575, 774

Isabel of Castile (1355–92), first wife of Edmund, 1st duke of York

— badges of see fetterlock; falcon— —

Isabelle of France (1389–1409), queen of England

— gifts of

— — to Richard II, 135, 197, 337, 338, 391

— gifts received

— — before marriage to Richard II, 315, 316, 341, 1003, 1004

— heraldry

— — arms, 12, 13, 215218, 222, 710715, 717720, 723729, 731733, 750, 753, 754, 756, 877

— — badges see broom

— household

— — chamberlain see Vache, Philip la

— — chancellor see Peverell, Thomas

— — governess see Courcy, Françoise de

Israel, pierres de see cameos

ivy, in goldsmiths’ work

— — belts, 446, 450

— — hanaps and ewers, 184, 260, 270, 271

J

James the Great, Saint, image (statuette), 967

jet (geet), 675

John the Baptist, Saint

— head of, 147

— images (statuettes), 902, 959, 1044, 1049, 1092, 1103

— — double image with St John the Evangelist, 1084

— representations of

— — mirror, 300

— — pax, 973?

— — sword, with St George, 525

— — tabernacle, 923?

— — tablets, 905, 927, 932, 936?, 944947, 957, 963, 987, 999

— representations with St Edward, king and confessor

— — candlestick (sconce), 1066

— — hanap, 151

— — lecterns, 958, 1198,

— — paten, 975

— — tabernacle, 904

— — tablet, 950

— representations with St John the Evangelist

— — lectern, 1197

— — mirror, 384

— — tablets, 954, 960

John the Evangelist, Saint

— image (statuette), with St John the Baptist, 1084

— — tabernacle, 923, 90–1; tablets, 302, 962, 998

see also Crucifixion; John the Baptist; Trinity

John IV (de Montfort), duke of Brittany (1345–99)

— gift of, 973

John, duke of Berry (1360–1416)

— gifts of, 389, 906, 909911, 916, 919, 972

— — to Charles VI, 38

— heraldry

— — badges see bear; swan

John of Gaunt (1340–99), duke of Lancaster

— gifts of, 137, 185, 186, 188, 198, 205, 207, 266, 272, 378

— gifts to, 295

— heraldry

— — arms, 18, 290, 584

— — badge see collars of ‘SS’

— sons of see Beaufort, John; Henry IV

— wife of see Swynford, Katherine

K

Karlill see Carlisle

kenettes see dogs

Kent, earls of see Holland

kettle-drums (nakers), silver, 516

kettlehat see helmets

kings, in goldsmiths’ work

— cup, with a queen, 777

— tablet, 1017

Kings of Cologne (Magi, Three Kings) see Cologne

knives, silver, 514

Knolles, Sir Robert (d. 1407), soldier

— gifts of, 964969

L

La Vache see Vache

lace, with silver-gilt points (tags), 700

ladles, silver, 517, 659; with skimmer, 806

lamps, silver, for the chapel, 1149

Lancaster, duchesses of see Swynford, Katherine

Lancaster, duke of see John of Gaunt, duke of Lancaster

Last Judgement, in goldsmiths’ work

— cross, 1081

— tablet, 942

Laurence, Saint, deacon, image (statuette), 1154–1155

leather

— black

— — case for an embroidered tablet, 1187

— — coffer, 507

— case for a quadrant, 984

cuir bouilli

— — case for rose-water bottles, 704

— — coffer, 1193

leaves (unspecified) and leaf trails in goldsmiths’ work

— basins, 588

— creuzequin, 219

— cross, 1111

— cruets, 1116, 1134

— cups, 292, 563, 776779

— flasks, 15

— hanaps and ewers, 141, 197, 205, 241, 248, 273, 281, 548, 549, 611, 613, 625, 627, 628, 648, 663, 687, 835

— mazer, 652

— mirror, 300

— tablets, 962, 998, 999, 1001

see also beech; hawthorn; ivy; oak; rose leaves; strawberry leaves; vine-trails

lecterns

— gold with gems (dexske), 958,

— silver-gilt, 1197, 1198

— silver, 1098

leopards and leopards’ heads

— on censers, 1054, 1055, 1114, 1141

Lescrope see Scrope, William le

letters

— ‘A’, 449, 667671

— ‘E’, 289

— ‘M’, 432, 735

— ‘N’, 420

— ‘P’, 576

— ‘R’, 141, 142

— ‘R’ and ‘S’, 445

— ‘SS’, 415

— ‘X’, 447

— algorism (augrim), 571

— ‘letters of the queen’, 148, 154

Sarrazin, de sarsyney, 155, 444

— ‘T’ shape, 875, 1034, 1131,

— unspecified, on a chafing-ball, 868

see also mottoes; inscriptions

lilies, in goldsmiths’ work

— — hanaps and ewers, 146, 205, 251, 252, 254, 255

— — nouche, 103

— — salt, 502

— — tablets, 957, 985, 991, 994, 1024

— in textiles

— — pailot and chapelet, 832

— — of pearls on a belt, 423

see also fleurs de lis; images of the Virgin Mary

Lincoln, John, secretary of Richard II (1395–99)

— gifts of, 929; cf. 950

lions and lion feet, in goldsmiths’ work

— almsdish, 592

— basins, 496, 590

— bottles, 536, 603

— cups, 563, 567, 780, 784

— hanaps, 228, 632

— mazer, 760

— nef, 571, 755

— nouche, 90

— pax, 1137

— salts, 593, 846

— tablet, 302

— tripod, 597

London

— bishops of see Clifford, Richard; Walden, Roger

— citizens

— — gifts of, 178

— — gold of, 2733, 896898

Louis, duke of Orléans (1372–1407)

— gifts of, 192, 918

Lowick see Lufwyk, John

lozenges as motif in goldsmiths’ work

— crozier, 1071

— hanap, 192

see also muskles

Lufwyk (al. Ludwyk, Lowick), John, receiver of Richard II’s chamber (1399), 112, 309

— gift of, 536

M

Macclesfield, John, keeper of Richard II’s great wardrobe (1397–99)

— gifts of, 136, 191, 991

maces, 376, 462

maiden with dragon, silver-gilt and shell, 552

marble, 168, 508

March, earls of see Mortimer

Margaret of Antioch, Saint

— in Richard II’s inventory

— — tablets, 962, 995, 1007

Margaret of Brotherton (c. 1320–99), countess marshal, duchess of Norfolk (1397)

— gifts of, 102, 193, 269, 945

Martin of Tours, Saint

— image (statuette), 909

— representation, 628

Mary, Virgin see Virgin Mary

Maxfeld see Macclesfield, John

mazers

— mounted in gold, 280

— mounted in silver-gilt, 651, 652, 708, 757, 759

— — cover, foot and rim for, 707

— — formerly of Edward III, 706; 760762

— — in the manner of ‘Almaigne’, 650

— — with sun in clouds, 841

see also beakers; cups; goblets; hanaps; horns

Medford see Mitford

Merk (Merkes), Thomas (d. 1409/10), bishop of Carlisle (1397–99)

— gift of, 925

mermaid, on a mirror, 642

mestiers see candlesticks and candelabra

Michael, Saint, archangel

— images (statuettes), 912, 968

— representations in goldsmiths’ work, 927, 929, 933, 994

mirrors

— gold, 300, 303, 324, 325, 384

— — on a foot like a ‘tree’, 439

— — listed among silver-gilt objects, 747

— — with mother-of-pearl, 383, 393

— — pendant, 297, 298

— silver-gilt, 643, 644, 823

— — on a foot, with glass, 642

— — pendant, 824

see also tabernacles

Mitford (Medford), Richard, bishop of Chichester (1389–95), bishop of Salisbury (1395–1407)

— gifts of,

— — as bishop of Chichester, cf. 379, 381, 824, 928, 946

— — as bishop of Salisbury, cf. 294, 382, 999

mitres

— damaged, 1036

— with gems and swans in a ‘T’, 1034

Mohun, Joan (d. 1404), wife of John, 2nd Lord Mohun (d. 1375)

— gifts of, 296, 393, 826

Mone (Mohun), Guy, keeper of the privy seal (1396–97), bishop of St David’s (1397–1407), treasurer of England (22 Jan.–17 Sept.1398; 1402–3)

— gifts of

— — as privy seal, cf. 260, 1000

— — as bishop, cf. 264, 273

— pots formerly of, cf. 831

monstrances

— silver-gilt, 1050

— silver-gilt and beryl, 1093, 1094

see also pyxes; relics and reliquaries; tabernacles

Montagu, John (1350–1400), 3rd earl of Salisbury (1397)

— gifts of, 213, 301, 924, 935, 941

Morice, Nicholas, abbot of Holy Cross, Waltham, gift of, 387

Mortimer, Roger (1374–98), 4th earl of March

— gifts of, 184, 201, 202, 1001

Moses, rod of (verge), 689

mottoes

— ‘Honi soit qui mal y pense’ see Garter, Order of

— ‘Jamès’ see Charles VI

— ‘Saunz departer/departier/departir’ see Richard II

— unspecified, 1087

see also inscriptions

Mowbray, Thomas (1366–99), earl marshal (1385), 2nd earl of Nottingham, 1st duke of Norfolk (1397)

— gifts of, 923, 926, 963, 995

— livery collar, 361

musk-balls (pommes, pommes de musk)

— gold with gems, 458

— gold, ‘with the queen’s letter’, 154

— silver-gilt, 696, 769

muskles (mascles, lozenges), on a collar, 71

N

nakers see kettle-drums

narwhal horn (‘unicorn’), 262

Nativity, on tablets, 927, 931, 940, 995

Navarre, arms of, with arms of France, 836

nefs (almsdishes and salts)

— gold with gems

— — salt, with jasper, and hart and falcon, 41

— — ‘The Tiger’, 38

— gold, with arms of Richard II, 24

— jasper and silver-gilt, 641

— silver-gilt, 537, 755

— — formerly of Edward III, 571

— silver and beryl, 521

nefs (incense boats)

— from the Londoners’ gold, 898

— silver-gilt, 1065

— — with spoons, 1097, 1171

Norfolk, duchess of see Margaret of Brotherton

Norfolk, duke of see Mowbray, Thomas

Northalis, Richard, Carmelite (d. 1397)

— gifts of

— — as bishop of Ossory (1386–97), cf. 825

— — as archbishop of Dublin (1395–97), cf. 308, 384, 385

Notre Dame see Virgin Mary

Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)

— earl of see Mowbray, Thomas

nouches (brooches and clasps, so termed)

— with Garter, 122, 123

— with imitation gems and pearls, 684

by subject

— damsel, 95, 118; eagle and damsel, 127; eagles, 96, 102, 103, 124, 129, 828, 79, 93, 95; ermine, 92; falcon, 118; flowers, 136, 137; griffin and elephant, 128, 120; griffin and lady, 132; griffins, 119; harts’ heads, 118; horse, 134; lilies, 103; lion, 90; man and woman in a pavilion, 130; parrots, 115, 90; queen, 121, 120; roses, 91, 107, 108, 117, 125, 54; suns, 108, 116, 89; swan, 111, 126; trefoils of pearls, 114, 116, 89; white falcon, 120, 55; white hart, 131; white hart and lady, 133

by function

— — for a bishop’s gloves, 1033

— — on a bracelet, 295

— — on the chain of a tablet, 994

— — on chaplets, 62, 78

— — on a circlet, 77

— — on collars, 82, 83

— — nouches botoners, 94

see also fermail/s

nutte noir (coconut), 569, 758

O

oak leaves, in goldsmiths’ work

— hanaps, 159, 167, 634

— mirror, 824

officers and servants of Richard II

— chamber

— — chamberlain see Scrope, William le

— — esquires of see Serle, William; Seymour, John

— — knights of see Arundel, William; Brocas, Bernard (d. 1395); Felbrigg, Simon; Percy, Thomas; Vache, Philip la

— — receivers of, and keepers of the jewels see John; Lufwyk

— — yeoman of the robes see Serle, William

— chapel

— — deans of see Boor, John

— household departments

— — almonry see Field, Richard

— — buttery see Ballard, Gregory

— king’s knights see Bagot, William; Brocas, Bernard (d. 1400)

— physician see Tideman of Winchcombe

— secretaries see Lincoln, John; Walden, Roger

— standard bearers see Felbrigg, Simon

— stewards see Devereux, John (d. 1393); Percy, Thomas

— wardrobes, keepers of

— — great wardrobe see Clifford, Richard; Macclesfield, John

— — privy wardrobe see Lufwyk, John

oisellettes, oiselx de cipre see perfume balls

or de cipre, 421423

orders of chivalry

— Garter

Orléans, duke of see Louis

Ossory (Orsorry), bishops of see Northalis, Richard; Peverell, Thomas; Waltham, John (d. 1405)

ostrich (badge of Anne of Bohemia)

— on collars, 63, 76, 80, 84

— in double cup, 633

ostrich feathers, 345, 441, 1052

P

pailot (mantle), with a chaplet, 832

palace and trees, on a hanap, 610

palet see helmets

parrots (popiniaies, popinioys), in goldsmiths’ work

— beaker, 143

— crown, 4

— hanaps, 208, 256

— nouche, 115

Passion, in goldsmiths’ work

— box (buyst), 828

— tablets, 953, 1001, 1018

patens see chalices and patens

paternosters see rosaries

Paul, apostle, Saint, with St Peter in goldsmiths’ work

— basins, 866

— mirror, 823

— tablets, 928, 963

paxes (paxbrede, portpax, portpes)

— gold with gems, 926

— — with the Baptism, a Pity and angels, 973

— — with a crowded Crucifixion, 972

— — with a crucifix figure, 982

— gold, 892, 895

— — with crucifix, Virgin Mary, St John, and the arms of Richard II and Anne of Bohemia, 974

— — with Virgin Mary, 900

— silver-gilt, 1099, 1204

— — with crucifix, Virgin Mary and St John, 1153, 1184

— — with lions, 1137

— silver, with red crosses, 1139, 1140

pearls, 436

— on antlers of white harts, 201, 202, 391, 1001

— eagle of, 375

— graded, 425428

— head-dress (filet) of, 419

— imitation pearls, 1177

— letters of, 415, 420

— real pearls, 77

— Scottish (freshwater pearls) (d’Escoce), 9, 160, 523, 1012

— on sleeves, 417, 418

— pendant pearls, 41, 206, 245, 246, 300, 920, 945, 955

peces (cups), 287, 578

pectrins see collars

pelican in piety, 901, 1004

Pembroke, arms of, 764

pendants and buckles see belts

Percy, Sir Henry, ‘Hotspur’ (1364–1403)

— gifts of, 172, 261, 1198

Percy, Sir Thomas (c. 1343–1403), steward of the household (1393–99), earl of Worcester (1397)

— gifts of, 79, 262, 895, 901, 996

perfume balls (oisellettes de cipre), containers for, 313, 541, 709

peridots, 368, 471, 472, 908

pescoddes see broom and broomcods

Peter, apostle, Saint see Paul, Saint

Peverell, Thomas, Carmelite, bishop of Ossory (1395–98)

— gift of, cf. 825

Philip the Bold, duke of Burgundy (1342–1404)

— gifts of, 907, 908, 917, 970

pierres (peres) d’Israel see cameos

Pietà see Pity

pines see combs

pins (espines)

— gold and pearl for tablets, 992, 999

pipe (piper’), 500

pipes/pippes see bookmarks

Pity (Man of Sorrows or Pietà), in goldsmiths’ work

— crosses, 911, 924

— mirrors, 300, 383

— pax, 973

— tabernacle, 920

— tablets, 907, 956, 963

plates (plas), silver-gilt, 728, 732

see also chargers; spice-plates

poison, specifics against

see serpents’ tongues

pomanders (pommes, pommes de musk) see musk-balls

porteux, silver-gilt, 1060

Portugal, gold coins of (half-dobras), 438

pots

— gold, 13, 32, 33

— silver-gilt and beryl, 685, 686

— silver-gilt, 600, 626, 717, 791, 836, 837

— — for alms, 594, 595, 722

— — with a ewer, 547

— — formerly of bishop of St David’s, 831

— — with a hanap, 739

— — for green ginger, 640

— — pairs, 503, 602, 745

— parcel-gilt, 638

— — for alms, 572

— silver, 724, 792, 804

— — for alms, 756

— — from Arundel forfeiture, 856

— — like a ewer, 750

— — pair, 715

— — for sauce, 730

— wood (painted), with silver-gilt, 614

pouches

— for gaming pieces (burse), 653

— for a nouche, 136

— termed poket, containing dismantled gems, 429

see also purses

privy seal, keepers of, see Clifford, Richard; Mone, Guy

puppes see dolls

Purification, Feast of, 869, 881

purses

— termed bource, 312

— termed egipsier/gipser, 400, 453, 469

— termed pouche, with a belt, 397

see also pouches

pyxes

for the consecrated host

— — gold with gems, with canopy and suspension chain, 1027

— — gold, with motto ‘Saunz departir’, 976977

— — silver-gilt, 1160

— — silver-gilt, crystal and enamel, 1106

for the bread

— — silver-gilt, 1144, 1202

— — parcel-gilt, 1067

see also monstrances

Q

quadrant, gold, with Annunciation, 984

queen, seated on a dragon, 550

R

rabbits (conil/cony), 78, 185, 210, 270, 271

ragged staff (badge of Thomas Beauchamp, earl of Warwick), 247, 634, 1118

Rede, Robert (d. 1415), Dominican, bishop of Waterford and Lismore (1394–6), bishop of Carlisle (1396), bishop of Chichester (1396–1415)

— gifts of

— — as bishop of Chichester, cf. 379, 381, 824, 928, 946

— — as bishop of Waterford, cf. 962

relics and reliquaries

— in Richard II’s inventory

— — beryl and gold with gems, 1030

— — beryl and silver-gilt, 11611166?, 1195

— — crystal and silver-gilt, 1105, 1151

— — — with relics of St Richard of Chichester, 1104

— — crystal and ivory, 1194

— — gold with gems, 886, 1028, 1029, 1031

— — — bone of St Martin, 909

— — — finger of St Richard of Chichester, 891

— — gold, 1044

— — — True Cross reliquaries, 890, 1038?, 1177

— — — tunica inconsutilis and sudaris domini, 1040

— — ivory, coffer, 1192

— — silver-gilt, 523, 1090, 1138?, 1159, 1190, 1191,

— other reliquaries

— — see also Cologne; saints by name

Resurrection, in goldsmiths’ work

— reliquary, 1159

— tablets, 931, 948, 953

Richard of Chichester, Saint

— relics of, 891, 1104

Richard II (1367–1400), king of England (1377–99)

— heraldry

— — arms see England, arms of

— — badges see hart; ostrich feathers; sun

— — motto, ‘Saunz departer/departier/departir’, 895, 958, 976

— household

— — plate in, 785819

— — — cross in, 1041

— — — new vessels for, 821

— portraits and representations

— — in goldsmiths’ work, 904

rings (finger rings)

— in Richard II’s inventory

— — gold with gems, 306308, 314317, 319, 326, 328, 330, 349, 350, 368370, 374, 405, 407, 408, 471, 473

— — — called ‘Cornewaille’, 406

— — — delivered to Richard II, 350

— — — sent to Isabelle in France, 315, 316

— — gold, 474, 490492

— — — pontifical, 1035

— — — signet with swan, 470

— — silver-gilt, 690, 691

— — — pontifical, 557,

Rockingham Castle (Northamptonshire), 346

rosaries

— gold with gems

— — beads like shells, 390

— — from Arundel forfeiture, 318

— — with motto and diamond, 487

— gold with enamel

— — blue enamel, 387

— — green enamel, 340

— — rouge cler, 304

— gold

— — belt like a rosary, 320

— — with clasp like a heart, 327

— — with putti and pearls, 301

— silver-gilt, with Catherine wheels, 826

rose and crown, on hanaps, 214, 256

rose shapes (of hanaps), 148, 253, 269, 276, 290

rosemary, 141, 142, 194, 237, 238, 262

roses, rose bushes and rose leaves

by technique

— — in poinçonné, 208, 227, 237, 238, 250, 261, 439, 532

— — in rouge cler, 163, 267, 273, 534, 829

by type

— — on chapel goods: 953, 991, 995, 1126

— — on personal ornaments

— — — belts, 399, 443, 445, 448, 449, 485, 767

— — — collar, 71

— — — head-dresses, 46, 51, 55, 57, 480

— — — nouches, 91, 107, 108, 117, 125

— — on secular plate

— — — almsdish, 499

— — — basins, 534, 583, 585587, 589, 590, 737, 742, 829

— — — box, 392

— — — candlesticks, 746

— — — coffers, 309, 532

— — — cradle, 299

— — — cups, 560, 562, 780

— — — hanaps and ewers, 152, 155157, 163, 193, 208, 209, 211, 214, 220, 227, 237, 238, 250, 253256, 258, 260, 261, 267, 269, 273, 286, 309, 613, 629, 632, 636, 647, 649, 650

— — — mirrors, 439, 644

— — — pot, 600

— — — spice-plates, 744, 845

rubies (true rubies)

botoners, 377

— chaplet, 56

— collars, 52, 53, 63, 81, 82, 84

— crosses, 990, 1037

— crown, 9

— harts, 346, 395

— images (statuettes), 912, 970, 971

— nouches, 107, 109, 120

— rings, 315, 319, 328, 349, 350, 408

— reliquary, 891

— tabernacle, 923

— tablets, 886, 1002

Rutland, earl of see Edward of York

S

saddle and bridle, 354

saints

see Catherine of Alexandria; Christopher; Edmund, king and martyr; Edward, king and confessor; Elizabeth; Gabriel, archangel; George; James the Great; John the Baptist; John the Evangelist; Laurence, deacon; Margaret of Antioch; Martin of Tours; Michael, archangel; Paul, apostle; Peter, apostle; Richard of Chichester; Thomas Becket

see also images (statuettes)

Salisbury (Wiltshire)

— bishops of see Mitford, Richard; Waltham, John (d. 1395)

— gift of citizens, 529

Salisbury, earls of see Montagu

salts

— gold with gems, 25

— — like a hart, 14

— — like a hart’s head, 23

— — with harts in poinçonné, 36

— — nef, with jasper, and hart and falcon, 41

— gold

— — hart for a salt, 378

— — with a pearl of price, 16

— — like a swan with a collar of ‘SS’, 18

— silver-gilt, 502, 558, 754, 785

— — like a falcon with a collar of ‘SS’, 593

— — pair like lions, 846

— — with serpents’ tongues, 519, 743

— — like a whelk with a dragon, 637

— silver, 786

— — from Arundel forfeiture, 862

sapphires

citernie, 89

louppe (lope), 369, 370, 374

satin, 1027

saucers

— gold, 30

— silver-gilt, 812

— — with arms of Arundel, 847

— silver, 539, 813

— — with arms of Arundel, 855

— — marked with ‘A’, 669, 671

say (silk), 832

Saymour see Seymour

Scarle, John, keeper of the rolls of chancery (1394–97), chancellor (1399–1401)

— gift of, cf. 959

see also Burton, John; Stanley, Thomas

scarlet, 417

sceptres, silver-gilt

— with birds, 544, 545

— with crosses, 542, 543

sclaire see head-dresses

screws (vices), silver, 874

Scrope, Richard, archbishop of York (1398–1405)

— gifts of, cf. 894, 903, 922

Scrope, Sir William le (c. 1351–99), 1st earl of Wiltshire (1397–99)

— gifts of, 114, 203, 204

seals

— with man’s head and gold chain, 466

— with swan, 470

Serle, William (d. 1404), esquire of Richard II’s chamber

— objects delivered to (1398 and n.d.), 135, 137, 296

serpents’ tongues, 519, 743

Seymour (Saymour), John, esquire of Richard II’s chamber

— object delivered to, 257

Sharnsfield, Margaret, wife of Sir Nicholas

— gift of, 900

shell (cokyll’), 552

shells

— beads of a rosary, 390

— on image of St James, 967

silk

— belts, 332, 345, 375, 399, 411, 424

— laces and strings, 1189, 1190,

— straps and ties (tissues/x)

— — for bottles, 508, 721, 838

— — for a horn, 526

— — for spurs, 294, 379, 404, 461

— tablet covered with, 1191

see also damask; tartarin

silver

— ‘broken’, 582, 820

— — from forfeitures of 1397, 821822

— gifts of, 293, 297, 1194

sleeves, 417, 418

Somerset, earl and marquis of see Beaufort, John

spangles, 430

Sparkford, Thomas, bishop of Waterford and Lismore (1396–97)

— gift of, cf. 962

spice-plates

— beryl with silver-gilt, 844

— gold, gift of Charles VI, 40

— jasper with silver and enamel, 570

— silver-gilt, 710, 711, 796

— — with a butterfly, 555

— — with a dragon, 554

— — with a hart and heraldry, 744

— — with ‘Jhesu’ on the foot, 845

— — with maple wood, 606

— silver, 797

spits, silver, 807

spoons

— gold, 1922

— — with beryl, 20

— — for a chalice, 980

— — with mother-of-pearl, 35

— — with a pearl of price, 17

— silver-gilt, 510, 789

— — with a fork on the end, 825

— parcel-gilt

— — with letters ‘P’ and acorns, 576

— — set of four, large spoon with hands, 577

— silver, 703, 790

— — from Arundel forfeiture, 865

— — for ‘blanchepoudre’, 702

— — for incense, 1097, 1171

sprinkler see holy-water buckets and sprinklers

spurs, 294, 381, 404

— pledged 1415, 379

— with red and black tissues, 461

— ‘of Spain’ with pearls, 352

Stafford, Edmund (d. 1419), keeper of the privy seal (1389–95), bishop of Exeter (1395), chancellor (1396–99; 1401–3)

— gifts of

— — as privy seal, 173; cf. 260, 1000

— — as bishop, 182, 194, 265

— — as chancellor, cf. 992

staff (baston)

— gold, wood, and enamel, 463

— silver-gilt, for a cross, 1072

— see also Moses, rod of; ragged staff

Stanley, Thomas, keeper of the rolls of chancery (1397–99)

— gifts of, 304, 1197; cf. 959

see also Burton, John; Scarle, John

stars see estoillers

stars as motif, 260, 573, 881, 882

stirrups, 414

see also ‘armour of Spain’

straps for bottles (ceintures, tissues), 603, 721

— with the arms of England and France, 838

— with silver-gilt, 508, 573, 604

— — with blue and red gems, 839

— with silver, black and red, 605

strawberry leaves, on a pot, 638

sudaris domini see relics and reliquaries

sun (badge of Charles VI), 259

sun (badge of Richard II)

— basins, 531, 583, 738

— cruets, 1063

— Garters, 360, 484

— livery badges, 358

— sun in clouds

— — basin, 495

— — mazer, 841

— sun with ostrich feathers, 1052,

sun as motif

— belt, 398

— cruets, 1132, 1133

— hanaps, 236, 612

sundials, 357, 364

Surrey, duke of see Holland, Thomas

Sutton, Henry, abbot of St Werburgh’s, Chester (1387–1413)

— gift of, 275

swan

— in goldsmiths’ work in Richard II’s inventory

— — candlesticks, in poinçonné, 880

— — salt, with ‘SS’ collar, 18

— — signet seal, 470

— — swan in white enamel, 488

— in textiles, on mitre, 1034

swans as motif

— in goldsmiths’ work

— — hanap, in white enamel, 599

— — nouche, 126

swords

— with belt and strap, 410412

— with crown and the arms of St George, 394

— with enamels of the Baptist and St George, 525

— Spanish, 353

— see also ‘armour of Spain’

Swynford, Katherine (c. 1350–1403), duchess of Lancaster, third wife of John of Gaunt

— gifts of, 392, 960, 997

T

tabernacles (so termed)

— ‘beryls’, one with St Catherine, the other the Virgin Mary, 1166

— gold with gems

— — like a mirror, with the Baptist, Edward, king and confessor, and Richard II, 904

— — with a Pity and trees with pendant pearls, 920

— — with the Transfiguration and a crucifix with the Trinity, 915

— — with the Virgin Mary beneath crystal, 930

— — with the Virgin Mary and Child, 1000

— — with the Virgin Mary and St George, 1014

— — with the Virgin Mary, St John and St Catherine, 923

— silver-gilt, in the manner of Hainault, 1130

— — monstrances, 1050, 1093, 1094

see also tablets; relics and reliquaries

tablers see chequer-board; chess sets

tablets (so termed)

— embroidered with gems, 1187

— gold, many with gems and pearls, 302, 899, 905908, 916919, 921, 925, 927929, 931938, 940948, 950, 952957, 960963, 985 988, 991999, 10011012, 10151026

— — pendant, 994, 1002

— — for relics, 886

— — on a rosary, 387

— — sent to France, 1003, 1004

— ivory, with Christ and the Virgin Mary, 1179

— silver-gilt

— — triptych ‘of Spain’, 574

— — for relics, covered in green silk, 1191

— silver, with image of the Virgin Mary, 695

see also relics and reliquaries; tabernacles; writing-tablet

tartarin, 79

terrace (terrage), 1178

textes see Gospel and Epistle covers

textiles

see also embroidery; scarlet; silk; sleeves; velvet

Thomas Becket, Saint, images, 1125, 1128?, 1176

Thomas of Kent see Holland, Thomas

Thomas of Woodstock (1355–97), earl of Buckingham, duke of Gloucester

— gifts of, 176

— goods forfeited

— — cross, 990

— heraldry

— — arms of, 223, 683, 688, 708

— signet seal, 470,

Three Kings see Cologne, Kings of

Tideman of Winchcombe, Robert, bishop of Llandaff (1393–95), bishop of Worcester (1395–1401), physician of Richard II

— gifts of, 36, 196, 944

— house of, 350

tiger (badge of Charles VI)

— with broom, 231, 232

— with mirrors, 38, 39

toaster, parcel-gilt, 656

touaille (towaill, cloth), 1155

Transfiguration (Agony in the Garden?), 915

trees

— encrusted with gems or pearls, 915, 920, 945, 1024

— as stems of objects, 185, 210, 439, 553, 1001

trenchers, silver-gilt, 716

tressons see head-dresses

Trevor, John, bishop of St Asaph (1394–1410)

— gift of, cf. 892

triaclers (boxes for ointment)

— beryl and gold, 386

— beryl and silver-gilt, 692

— silver on chains, 770

Trinity

— images (statuettes), 875, 939, 1107

— — with the Virgin Mary and St John, 913

— representations in goldsmiths’ work

— — crosses, 903, 911, 1158

— — crozier, 1174

— — patens, 1167, 1170, 1183

— — tabernacle, 915

— — tablets, 899, 916, 933, 936, 995, 1001, 1016

tripod or stand (treper, triper, tripet)

— gold with gems, arms of England and Edward, king and confessor, 409

— silver-gilt, 551, 596598

— — with cockatrices, 883

— — with dragons’ heads, 553

— parcel-gilt, 645

Trivet, Elizabeth, widow of Sir Thomas Trivet

— gift of, 899

tunica inconsutilis see relics and reliquaries

U

unicorn (badge of Charles VI), 40

‘unicorn’ cup (narwhal horn), 262

Upton, Dame Benet, gift of, 828

urinal, silver, 501

V

Vache, Sir Philip la (d. 1408), chamberlain of Isabelle of France

— gifts of, 380, 951, 34, 96, table 5, 135

vertfoill’ (varvels), 698, 699

vianderes, 505

vices see screws

vine-trails (trayl de vyn/vinet), on basins, 583, 586

violets, on a chaplet, 42

Virgin Mary

— images (statuettes), 913, 1087, 1127, 1131, 1180, 1181

— — with the Christ Child, 1013, 1048, 1108, 11221124, 1126, 1196

— other representations in goldsmiths’ work

— — chalice, 1183

— — crosses, 903, 911, 922, 924, 964, 1037, 1038, 1080, 1081, 1112, 1156, 1158; on the foot, 1173?

— — crozier, 1175

— — Gospel and Epistle covers, 1058, 1059

— — lectern, 1197

— — mirrors, 298, 303, 324, 325, 383, 384, 393

— — — with Christ Child, 297, 300, 823, 824

— — paxes, 972, 974, 1153, 1184

— porteux, 1060

— — quadrant, 984

— — tabernacles, 923, 930, 1000, 1014, 1166, 1180

— — tablets, 302, 695, 886, 899, 916, 918, 921, 927, 930, 931, 934, 935, 937, 938, 940, 942944, 946, 948, 950, 952, 953, 955, 961, 963, 985, 991, 992, 995, 997, 1001, 1003, 1006, 1008, 1009, 1012, 1015, 1016, 10191023, 1025, 1026, 1179, 1187, cf. 988

— — — with Christ Child, 925, 996, 998, 1002, 1010, 1024

— — on a rosary, 387

see also Adoration of the Magi; Annunciation; Coronation of the Virgin; Crucifixion; Pity; Visitation; objects by type

Visitation, on tablets, 1001, 1006, 1008

W

Waldby, Robert, archbishop of Dublin (1390–95), bishop of Chichester (1395–96), archbishop of York (1396–97), 58, 102, 103, 105, 107

— gifts of

— — as bishop of Chichester, cf. 379, 381, 824, 928, 946

— — as archbishop of Dublin, cf. 308, 384, 385

— — as archbishop of York, cf. 894, 903, 922

Walden, Roger (d. 1406), king’s secretary (1393–95), treasurer of England (25 Sept. 1395–22 Jan. 1398), archbishop of Canterbury (1397–99), bishop of London (1405)

— gifts of

— — as archbishop, cf. 920

— — as secretary, cf. 950

— — as treasurer, 295, 302, 927

— silver delivered by, 821

Waltham Abbey (Essex), abbot of see Morice

Waltham, John, (d. 1395), bishop of Salisbury (1388–95), treasurer of England (1391–Sept. 1395)

— gifts of, 180, cf. 294, 382, 999

Waltham, John, Augustinian canon, bishop of Ossory (1398–1400; 1402–1405)

— gift of, cf. 825

Warwick, earl of see Beauchamp, Thomas

West, Sir Thomas (1365–1405), gift of, 531

Westminster Abbey

— abbot of see Colchester, William de

— monk of see Merk, Thomas

whelk, on a salt, 637

whistle, gold, 293

wildmen (wodewoses), 228, 775, 777

Wiltshire, earl of see Scrope, William le

Winchester, bishops of see Wykeham, William

Windsor Castle (Berkshire), 73

— St George’s chapel, dean of see Butler, Thomas

wodewoses see wildmen

women see human figures

women’s heads see cameos

Woodstock (Oxfordshire), 337

Worcester, bishop of see Tideman of Winchcombe

Worcester, earl of see Percy, Thomas

wreaths, on a cup, 783

writing-tablet (tablette), gold with gems, 403?

Wykeham, William of (c. 1324–1404), bishop of Winchester (1367–1404), chancellor (1389–91)

— gifts of, 175, 199, 263, 268

Y

York, archbishops of see Arundel, Thomas; Scrope, Richard; Waldby, Robert

York, duchess of see Holland, Joan

York, dukes of see Edmund of Langley; Edward of York