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HAN DYNASTY STYLE GOLD & SILVER INLAID BRONZE - Chariot Pommel in the form of a Horse's Leg decorated with Phoenix Birds, in the style of Sze Yuan Tang Archaic Bronzes, 2nd - 3rd century AD, On custom museum stand. 13" tall. Very good condition.

Early 5th cent. B.C.E. Attic red-figured rhyton in the shape of a dog's head found at Falerii, in the National Etruscan Museum at Villa Giulia.

Vessel in the form of a boar Period: Proto-Elamite Date: ca. 3100–2900 B.C. Geography: Southwestern Iran

Terracotta lekythos (oil flask) Period: Classical Date: 2nd quarter of 5th century B.C. Culture: Greek, Attic

Attributed to the Tarporley Painter: Calyx-krater (mixing bowl) with theatrical scene (24.97.104) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art ca. 400–390 b.c.; red-figure Attributed to the Tarporley Painter Greek, South Italian, Apulian Terracotta Three Youths

Dionysus Sailing, a vase painted by Exekias in around 530 BC.

Loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water), ca. 340–330 B.C.; red-figure Attributed to the Darius Painter (Greek, active ca. 340–330 B.C.) Greek, South Italian, Apulian Terracotta

Mixing Vessel of Apollo and Artemis (The J. Paul Getty Museum, Villa Collection, Malibu, California)

Red figure chous attributed to the Oionokles Painter, Wine Jug with a Drunk Man Singinge, about 470 B.C., made in Athens, Greece, terracotta. Getty Villa, Malibu

Neck Amphora with Black-Figure scene of Herakles fighting Geryon Attic Greek 550-530 BCE Terracotta

Column-krater (bowl for mixing wine and water), Classical, ca. 430 B.C., red-figure, Attributed to the Marlay Painter, Greek, Attic, Terracotta

Singer Sewing Machine - Makes me think of Elsie's sewing machine

Cradle of the King of Rome This cradle was made in 1811 for Napoleon and his wife, Empress Marie-Louise, to celebrate the birth of their son Napoleon II. It was given to the couple as a gift by the city of Paris. It is silver gilt and is decorated with gold, mother of pearl, velvet and silk. Angels hold the canopy over the head and a bird sits at the foot of the cradle. Bees decorate the sides, as they are the symbol of the Bonaparte’s.

Crescent Tea Tin Store Bin

1529 - Saxon Royal Court style wheel lock pistol with finely inlaid stocks, showing gold gilt bronze acce

Chastity Belts (1400s-1930s) Chastity belts were designed to keep women "pure," preventing consensual and non-consensual sexual intercourse (and masturbation) by enclosing the genitalia in a shackle-like contraption. The belts, typically made of leather and metal, featured a locking mechanism and included small holes to allow urination and defecation -- but nothing else.

Antique hearing aid. 1860 ear trumpet, silver with ivory earpiece.

The art and science of the microscope. So gorgeous! This microscope, made by Christopher Cock in London in 1665, was used by Robert Hooke of the Royal Society. Hooke is the author of “Micrographia” and was the first person to apply the word “cell” to microscopic structures. (M-030.00276, Photo courtesy of the National Museum Health and Medicine)