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Yet another epic example of the wonderfully creative and inventive powers of the remarkable human mind. Mind you, just talking salami's for a moment, I'd have to question the proportionately authentic suggestivity of that particular species of sausage occupying primary spot in the center of the image there? I think perhaps a chipolata supported by some nicely paired lightly grilled plum tomato's would have been more accurately representative, on balance. Just sayin.

Yet another epic example of the wonderfully creative and inventive powers of the remarkable human mind. Mind you, just talking salami's for a moment, I'd have to question the proportionately authentic suggestivity of that particular species of sausage occupying primary spot in the center of the image there? I think perhaps a chipolata supported by some nicely paired lightly grilled plum tomato's would have been more accurately representative, on balance. Just sayin.

Acoma "Insect" Pot | From a unique collection of antique and modern native american objects at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/native-american-objects/ it is $475 and I adore it!

Acoma "Insect" Pot | From a unique collection of antique and modern native american objects at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/folk-art/native-american-objects/ it is $475 and I adore it!

Vipoo Srivilasa, Fortune Teller Collection (detail), 2007, cool ice porcelain fired to 1,200°C, hand formed and painted with cobalt pigment, ceramic colour pigment, approximately 15cm high. Photograph by Terence Bogue.

Vipoo Srivilasa, Fortune Teller Collection (detail), 2007, cool ice porcelain fired to 1,200°C, hand formed and painted with cobalt pigment, ceramic colour pigment, approximately 15cm high. Photograph by Terence Bogue.

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