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Minoan tray with handles from Phaistos. From around 2700 to 1450 BC, the Minoan civilization flourished as a seafaring and mercantile culture. This vibrant culture was centred around the island of Crete and eventually dominated the Agean region. The Egyptians called the Minoans “the Sea Peoples” and had a fond appreciation for Minoan pottery and ceramics, prized for their innovative shapes and sea-inspired designs
Minoan Art, Mycenae Minoan, Kamar Plate18001600Bc, Archaeology Class, Bronze Age, Kamar Plates 1800 1600 B C, Crete, Photo, Lajja Gauri
Bronze age Ettuscan plate with handles from Crete. C.1600BC. Only perverts call “the Sea Peoples” for Bronze age Cretans
Kamares plate. .1800-1600 B.C. Found in Phaistos, Crete. Photo by Lajja Gauri.
Minoan Art Pottery
Two pomegranates, Qajar, Persia 19th century
Persia19Th Century, Sca Pomegranates, Century Steel, Qajar Dynasty, Pomegranates Culture, Grenade, Princesses, Pomegranates Inspirations1
Post 1850's ANTIQUE Fabric/Feed SackCalico by stitchinsewprim . Not sure about this description, but the fabric is sweet.
Antiques Prints, Antique Textiles, Antiques Textiles, 1850 S Antiques, Antique Printed, Antiques Fabrics Fe, Antique Vintage Textiles, Antiques Vintage Textiles
Unavailable Listing on Etsy
Tin & copper wall sconce
Tins Stars, Mexicans Tins, Tins Chand, Tins Art, Punch Tins
Antique Wall and Ceiling, Chandeliers, Wall Sconce, Wrought Iron
Starfish Fossil, Starfish Patterns, Sea Stars, Starski Sandbox, Www Instagram Com Rockstark, Fossils, Fossil Sea, Photo, Fossil Starfish
Fossil sea star
Fossil Starfish #patterns and #textures
Wedding Anniversary, Whimsical Gifts
10th Anniversary Tin During the second half of the 19th century, the tenth, or tin anniversary was an important occasion, and whimsical gifts were made for the married couple. Late 19th century 4-Tier Anniversary Tin Compote Pedestal Base Compote Bowl
Early Four-Tier "Anniversary Tin Compote "with Pedestal Base ....A Gift for a 10th Wedding Anniversary.
Easter egg, Southeastern Pennsylvania, 1850
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New Acquisitions - Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library
Phoenician light green fused glass face pendant, ca. 400-200 BCE
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Phoenician light green fused glass face pendant, ca. 400-200 BCE. These look SO modern that it kinda freaks me out a little.
Anniversary Tin Men's Slippers.
Wc Anniversaries Tins, Tins Men'S
The carved surface of this ostrich egg shows what is thought to be the oldest known map of the New World on a globe
Carvings Ostriches, North America, Oldest Globes, Oldest Depict, Maps, South America, Carvings Surface, Ostriches Eggs, Central America
This ostrich egg's carved surface may be the oldest globe showing the New World on a globe. The globe shows North America as an unnamed group of scattered islands. Regions of South America are labelled as Mundus Novus or "New World", Terra de Brazil and Terra Sanctae Crucis, or "Land of the Holy Cross". Researcher Stefaan Missinne published his analysis in The Portolan. The egg globe likely dates from ca.1504 with the influence of Leonardo da Vinci's workshop on the globe's style.
This carved ostrich egg is oldest depiction of the New World - New Scientist
Carved surface of an ostrich egg shows the oldest known map of the New World, 1504. It shows North America as an unnamed group of scattered islands. Regions of South America are labelled as Mundus Novus orNew World, Terra de Brazil and Terra Sanctae Crucis, or Land of the Holy Cross. There are depictions of ships, monsters, 71 place names and HIC SVNT DRACONES – Here be dragons. The influence of Leonardo da Vinci's workshop on the globe's style may have been the model for the Hunt-Lenox globe.
Carved surface of an ostrich egg shows the oldest known globe of the New World | 1504,shows Ismus of central America( but not conjoined like in the Pietro Coppo's map.) The ismus was unknown at the time, proved the globe was sourced from the Chinese, so was the pacific and the whole Chile, Peru, and the tip of South America where unknown nor rounded at the time.
Ink: A seldom-seen 1840 - 1850 stoneware bottle of P Arnold’s “Chemical Writing Fluid” (#ink), with not only the original paper label, but also the original unopened wax seal impressed with the P Arnold firm name.
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19th C. Still-Sealed Stoneware Ink Bottle
18th & 19th C. American Accessories - Halsey Munson Americana
Rare Five-Gallon Stoneware Crock, Stamped "WHITES BINGHAMTON," NY State origin, circa 1860.
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Five-Gallon WHITES BINGHAMPTON Stoneware Jar with Slip-Trailed Floral Compote -- Lot 178 -- March 3, 2012 Stoneware Auction -- Crocker Farm, Inc.
Rare Five-Gallon Stoneware Crock, Stamped "WHITES BINGHAMTON," NY State origin, circa 1860.~♥~
2220: Antique Shaker Blown Glass Bottle. Paper label re : Lot 2220
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2220: Antique Shaker Blown Glass Bottle. Paper label re : Lot 2220
1896 45 Star Uncut American Flags
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1stdibs.com | c. 1896 45 Star Uncut American Flags #CoastalStyle #Americana
c. 1896 45 Star Uncut American Flags | 1stdibs.com
FINE AND RARE THOMPSON POTTERY, MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA FOLK-ART-DECORATED STONEWARE DIMINUTIVE CANNING JAR. Brushed cobalt decoration of a seated squirrel eating a nut below an arch device. Attributed to the Thompson Pottery (active c. 1810-1890), Morgantown, WV. Circa 1860-1870. 7 3/4" H, 3 1/2" D rim.
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Rare Folk Art Decorated Diminutive Stoneware Canning Jar...Thompson Pottery, Morgantown, W.Va. Brushed cobalt decoration of a seated squirrel eating a nut below an arch device. Circa 1800's.
FINE AND RARE THOMPSON POTTERY, MORGANTOWN, WEST VIRGINIA FOLK-ART-DECORATED STONEWARE DIMINUTIVE CANNING JAR. Brushed cobalt decoration of a seated squirrel eating a nut below an arch device. Attributed to the Thompson Pottery (active c. 1810-1890), Morgantown, WV. Circa 1860-1870.
Tramp art frame
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~ American Folk Art - Tramp Art Frame ~
tramp art antiques - Bing Images
Tramp Art. Picture Frame
American folk art tramp art
BAECHER / WINCHESTER VA Redware Bird, Made by Anthony Bacher
Applying Eye, Birds Imagery, Circa 1880, Redwar Birds, Birds Figures, Circa 1854 1889, Stoneware Birds, Brown Glaze, Winchester Va
Exceedingly Rare & Important, Glazed Redware Bird on Plinth, Stamped Twice "BAECHER / WINCHESTER VA," circa 1880, dove-like bird with applied & detailed wings, applied eyes, & carved tail. Seated atop an oval clay plinth with scored edge. Bird & base covered in a colorful cream & mottled brown glaze. Impressed twice on top surface of plinth "BAECHER / WINCHESTER VA." 6 1/4".
Anthony Weis Bacher (1824–1889) - Bird Figure. Glazed Redware. "BACHER / WINCHESTER VA". Winchester, Virginia. Circa 1854-1889.
Redware Highlights - Crocker Farm Stoneware Auction
19th Century Amish Anniversary Tinware Hat on Stand
10th Anniversary Tin During the second half of the 19th century, the tenth, or tin anniversary was an important occasion, and whimsical gifts were made for the married couple. 19th Century Amish Anniversary Tinware Hat on Stand
May 21, 2005 Price Realized: $ 6,050.00 are Redware Hen Whistle Bank with Incised Initials "M S" and Date "1822," probably Pennsylvania, possibly Montgomery County, circa 1822, redware bank in the form of a sitting hen with tail in the form of a whistle. Incised face and feather details. Initials "M S" incised on the tail, and date "1822" incised on underside. Clear lead glaze with cream-colored highlights. Rare form and early date.