St Patrick’s Bell Shrine replica, CEMECYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
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Object Description BELL SHRINE. Dublin, 1902-03; mark of Edmond Johnson, Jun.; silver-gilt. A replica of the Shrine of St Patrick’s Bell. The original shrine was made c.1100 and is inscribed with a prayer for its makers, Condulig Ua hinmainen and his sons. The original shrine, which is on display in the Treasury in the National Museum, Kildare Street, housed a much earlier bell that was reputed to have belonged to St. Patrick.
The original object is in the collections of the National Museum of Ireland and the model was recorded with the co-operation and permission from the Museum.
The replica bell shrine is 27.94 cm high.
Model Creation Image capture: Canon EOS 5D MkII Camera with a 70mm Sigma Macro Lens & Cognysis Stackshot & RTI data capture for detailed faces. Software: Agisoft, Geomagic Studio, Autodesk 3DS Max, Autodesk Mudbox