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Comb, ivory 675-650 BC. Marsiliana d’Albegna (Grosseto),  Banditella cemetery, Circle of the Ivories. Florence, National Archaeological Museum  Burials in the National Archaeological Museum of Florence:  Fernando Guerrini and Mauro del Sarto

Comb, ivory 675-650 BC. Marsiliana d’Albegna (Grosseto), Banditella cemetery, Circle of the Ivories. Florence, National Archaeological Museum Burials in the National Archaeological Museum of Florence: Fernando Guerrini and Mauro del Sarto

Africa | Comb from the Asante people of Ghana | Wood | A comb was a popular gift for an engagement.This comb is inscribed "Akua" and "Ahima" along with the date "1932"

Africa | Comb from the Asante people of Ghana | Wood | A comb was a popular gift for an engagement.This comb is inscribed "Akua" and "Ahima" along with the date "1932"

Etruscan gold, I remenber this it is mine, We all living beings are made of the same energy and substance either matter or antimatter, therefore, we have to respect life in all its disguises, don't support animal killing for meat and pollution, go green, NinaOhman, https://stargate2freedom.wordpress.com/,

Etruscan gold, I remenber this it is mine, We all living beings are made of the same energy and substance either matter or antimatter, therefore, we have to respect life in all its disguises, don't support animal killing for meat and pollution, go green, NinaOhman, https://stargate2freedom.wordpress.com/,

Artist: Etruscan art Title: Comb with sphinx motifs, from Marsiliana Location: Archaeological Museum City: Florence Country: Italy Period/Style: Etruscan Genre: Minor arts  Note: Avorio. Alt. cm 10.-   Credits:Photo Scala, Florence - courtesy of the Ministero Beni e Att. Culturali

Artist: Etruscan art Title: Comb with sphinx motifs, from Marsiliana Location: Archaeological Museum City: Florence Country: Italy Period/Style: Etruscan Genre: Minor arts Note: Avorio. Alt. cm 10.- Credits:Photo Scala, Florence - courtesy of the Ministero Beni e Att. Culturali

Comb with dancing woman Date: approx. 1700-1800 Medium: Ivory Place of Origin: Sri Lanka | former kingdom of Kandy Credit Line: The Avery Brundage Collection Dimensions: H. 14.0 cm x W. 8.3 cm x D. 0.3 cm ASIAN ART MUSEUM, San Francisco

Comb with dancing woman Date: approx. 1700-1800 Medium: Ivory Place of Origin: Sri Lanka | former kingdom of Kandy Credit Line: The Avery Brundage Collection Dimensions: H. 14.0 cm x W. 8.3 cm x D. 0.3 cm ASIAN ART MUSEUM, San Francisco

Africa | Ivory Hair Comb/Ornament from Somalia | This tiny ivory comb was used for beards; it was usually worn suspended from a Moslem’s man’s necklace of prayer beads. The shape and designs of the upper half recall the tops of Somalian wood spoons. A miniature masterpiece. |  {ex Michael Graham-Stewart, ex Marc and Denyse Ginzberg collection}

Africa | Ivory Hair Comb/Ornament from Somalia | This tiny ivory comb was used for beards; it was usually worn suspended from a Moslem’s man’s necklace of prayer beads. The shape and designs of the upper half recall the tops of Somalian wood spoons. A miniature masterpiece. | {ex Michael Graham-Stewart, ex Marc and Denyse Ginzberg collection}

A decorative comb from the Kandy period, made, most likely of horn, in the Columbo Museum of Sri Lanka.

A decorative comb from the Kandy period, made, most likely of horn, in the Columbo Museum of Sri Lanka.

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