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CHRISTINA RESERVE - Pendant Horse of the Sea HIPPOCAMP Greek Mythology Rare Vintage Brass for Necklace ooak

"The Protector" This mythological creature has a larger than life personality with the head, beak, and wings of an eagle, the body of a lion ,and the tail of a serpent. Traditionally placed around buildings and churchyards to ward off evil spirits. Our Griffins have been known for protecting home and office environments.

from Augusta Hammock Equine Art


Limited Edition "Cowgirl" represents a unique pairing of watercolor and brush pen. Its distinct style is slightly reminiscent of the hand painted illustrations seen in old Western posters at the turn

This fictitious animal, when depicted in heraldry, has a body like that of a stag, the tail of a unicorn, a head like the heraldic tiger, with two serrated horns, and a tusk growing from the tip of his nose, a row of tufts down the back of his neck, and the like on his tail, chest and thighs. Thus represented it is termed an heraldic antelope to distinguish it from the real or natural antelope, which is also borne in modern coats of arms.

Year: 1560 Scientist: Conrad Gesner Originally published in: Nomenclator Aquatilium Animantium Now appears in: Curious Woodcuts of Fanciful and Real Beasts by Conrad Gesner {In Gesner's time, besides the diminutive fish we know today (left), many Europeans believed in a different kind of "seahorse" (right). These pictures are obviously not on the same scale.}

Stunning... ❤ Horses ~ in the Southwest somewhere, perhaps near where we'll be wed next september