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Photograph showing a chalice made for St Andrew's, Wells St, in 1868. The chalice is made made of silver, enamels, semi-precious stones and stained glass. It was designed by William Burges and made by Jes Barkentin, of Barkentin and Krall, London.

Accession number: NMWA13077

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