Richard Prillaman - Pewter Skull Cup. 4-1/2" Tall. National Ornamental Metal Museum, Memphis, Tennessee. Awesome!!!

Richard Prillaman - Pewter Skull Cup. 4-1/2" Tall. National Ornamental Metal Museum, Memphis, Tennessee. Awesome!!!

Gerhard Emmoser  (working 1556–died 1584) - Celestial Globe on Pegasus Support, with Clockwork Movement. Vienna, Austria. Circa 1579. Case: Silver, partly Gilded, and Gilt Brass; Movement: Brass and Steel. The Movement Rotated in the Celestial Sphere and drove an image of the Sun along the path of the Ecliptic. The Hour was indicated on a Dial mounted on top of the Globe's Axis, the Day appeared on a Calendar Rotating in the Instrument's Horizon Ring. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New…

Gerhard Emmoser (working 1556–died 1584) - Celestial Globe on Pegasus Support, with Clockwork Movement. Vienna, Austria. Circa 1579. Case: Silver, partly Gilded, and Gilt Brass; Movement: Brass and Steel. The Movement Rotated in the Celestial Sphere and drove an image of the Sun along the path of the Ecliptic. The Hour was indicated on a Dial mounted on top of the Globe's Axis, the Day appeared on a Calendar Rotating in the Instrument's Horizon Ring. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New…

Gerhard Emmoser  (working 1556–died 1584) - Celestial Globe on Pegasus Support, with Clockwork Movement. Vienna, Austria. Circa 1579. Case: Silver, partly Gilded, and Gilt Brass; Movement: Brass and Steel. The Movement Rotated in the Celestial Sphere and drove an image of the Sun along the path of the Ecliptic. The Hour was indicated on a Dial mounted on top of the Globe's Axis, the Day appeared on a Calendar Rotating in the Instrument's Horizon Ring. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New…

Gerhard Emmoser (working 1556–died 1584) - Celestial Globe on Pegasus Support, with Clockwork Movement. Vienna, Austria. Circa 1579. Case: Silver, partly Gilded, and Gilt Brass; Movement: Brass and Steel. The Movement Rotated in the Celestial Sphere and drove an image of the Sun along the path of the Ecliptic. The Hour was indicated on a Dial mounted on top of the Globe's Axis, the Day appeared on a Calendar Rotating in the Instrument's Horizon Ring. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New…

Filippo Negroli (Italian, Milan, Circa 1510–1579) - Burgonet (Helmet). Embossed Steel Damascened with Gold. Formed of one plate of Steel and Patinated to look like Bronze, the bowl is raised in high relief with Motifs Inspired by Classical Art. The Graceful Mermaidlike Siren forming the Helmet's Comb holds a Grimacing Head of Medusa by the hair. Side View. Signed. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York.

Filippo Negroli (Italian, Milan, Circa 1510–1579) - Burgonet (Helmet). Embossed Steel Damascened with Gold. Formed of one plate of Steel and Patinated to look like Bronze, the bowl is raised in high relief with Motifs Inspired by Classical Art. The Graceful Mermaidlike Siren forming the Helmet's Comb holds a Grimacing Head of Medusa by the hair. Side View. Signed. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York.

Filippo Negroli (Italian, Milan, Circa 1510–1579) - Burgonet (Helmet). Embossed Steel Damascened with Gold. Formed of one plate of Steel and Patinated to look like Bronze, the bowl is raised in high relief with Motifs Inspired by Classical Art. The Graceful Mermaidlike Siren forming the Helmet's Comb holds a Grimacing Head of Medusa by the hair. Front & Top View. Signed. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York.

Filippo Negroli (Italian, Milan, Circa 1510–1579) - Burgonet (Helmet). Embossed Steel Damascened with Gold. Formed of one plate of Steel and Patinated to look like Bronze, the bowl is raised in high relief with Motifs Inspired by Classical Art. The Graceful Mermaidlike Siren forming the Helmet's Comb holds a Grimacing Head of Medusa by the hair. Front & Top View. Signed. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York.

Filippo Negroli (Italian, Milan, Circa 1510–1579) - Burgonet (Helmet). Embossed Steel Damascened with Gold. Formed of one plate of Steel and Patinated to look like Bronze, the bowl is raised in high relief with Motifs Inspired by Classical Art. The Graceful Mermaidlike Siren forming the Helmet's Comb holds a Grimacing Head of Medusa by the hair. Back View. Signed. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York.

Filippo Negroli (Italian, Milan, Circa 1510–1579) - Burgonet (Helmet). Embossed Steel Damascened with Gold. Formed of one plate of Steel and Patinated to look like Bronze, the bowl is raised in high relief with Motifs Inspired by Classical Art. The Graceful Mermaidlike Siren forming the Helmet's Comb holds a Grimacing Head of Medusa by the hair. Back View. Signed. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City, New York.

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