Pilgrim badge, represents St Nicholas whose shrines at Bari in Italy and at St Nicolas-de-Port in France attracted many pilgrims in the Middle Ages. A stictching loop at the back forms the method of attachment. The head of Saint Nicholas and his right hand, which was undoubtedly raised in benediction, are lost.

An00016544 001 l

Thing

Made Of
gold, silver
Type of Thing
pilgrim badge
Subject
miracle, cleric
Techniques
gilded, cast

People

Depicted
St Nicholas of Myra

Place

Found In
Suffolk
Made In
Italy

Time

Acquired In
2003
Made
15thC
Period/Culture
Late Medieval

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