Polychrome wooden sculpture of Saint Mary Magdalene, ca. 1515-1520 from the Church of Saint-Mary-Magdalene of Augsbourg (Germany) by Gregor ERHART (1470-1540).
Ivory liturgical comb, ca. 1200–1210, Britain.
Liturgical combs were used in preparing the priest for the Mass. Although they existed throughout the Middle Ages, this is the only comb known that is decorated with scenes from the life and martyrdom of Thomas Becket. - metmuseum.org
Book of hours , illuminations on vellum paper, Paris ca. 1410-1420. Paris Medieval Museum of Cluny.
Every book of hours was unique, with its own illuminations, prayers and texts for the practise of the Catholic religion during the Middle-Ages in France.