Armenian craftsmen in the Ottoman Empire were known for producing exquisite, inscribed metallic objects, especially those made from silver. This nineteenth-century silver christening bowl with the raised relief of the Lamb of God is from Mezreh in Kharpert (Harput, Turkey). There are two inscriptions. The first, from 1863, states that the bowl was a gift to M from G who in turn gave it to Y. Hek‘imn. The later inscription indicates that Y [Hek‘im?] gave the bowl to Kh, Hek‘ime[a]n in 1901.