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Terracotta pomegranate, 5th–4th century B.C. Greece

Gold and silver marked Fabergé and with the workmaster's mark of Anna Ringe, St. Petersburg, circa 1896, engraved with the Russian inscription 'Christmas Tree, 4 January 1897.'

Sibella Court

The Society Inc |

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Shang oracle bone: During the Shang Dynasty, writing is used to count the record the wealth and the oracles like on this bone. The oracles are the interpretation of the cracks on the bones after burning them during rituals.

Ancient History: The Shang Dynasty

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More from Anne Parker's kitchen. Her earthy collection of pottery & wood is prolific & perfect.

wooden spoons

brushes

Bawdy Bisques and Naughty Novelties: The Curse of Frankendoll! New Fakes from Old Parts; dolls created from old parts dug up from long-closed German factories

ancientart: Hedgehog. Aryballos, opening in the left ear, metaphoric scales for the spine armor. Ancient Greek, ca. 600 B.C.E. Courtesy & currently located at the Staatliche Antikensammlungen, Munich, Germany. Photo taken by Bibi Saint-Pol.

Two Northern Alaskan Inupiak Eskimo Amuletic Bowhead Whale Images 'Arveruag' (1800 to 1900 Alaska)

collection d'anciennes bobines

vintage tea strainers would be a lovely package topper for a tea enthusiast

Art Propelled: THE COMFORT OF TEA

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Close up of the Rosetta Stone, at the British Museum in London, England

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brooklyn to west: shop update!

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Kachina Doll

Brooklyn Museum: OpenCollection

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Charlotte Keys

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This is an ancient Greek coin that the Greek used as a form of currency. www.brynmawr.edu/...

Classical Stater of Aegina | TriArte: Art & Artifacts Database}

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Ancient coins | Ancient Greek Coins - Aegina Silver Stater Coin

Ancient Greek Coins - Aegina Silver Stater Coin

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Turquoise Stone Foo Dog on OneKingsLane.com

Turquoise Stone Foo Dog

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Galvanized watering can roses. What a great collection!

LeRoy McDermott argues that paleolithic venus figurines lose their distorted proportions and acquire representational realism if we understand that they are self-portraits created by women looking down at their own bodies.