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My Terracotta Heart

My Terracotta Heart

AN AMLASH TERRACOTTA ANIMAL RHYTON  CIRCA EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.  The muzzle forming the spout, with pierced nostrils, eyes and ears, incised line down rump representing tail  12 in. (30.5 cm.) long

AN AMLASH TERRACOTTA ANIMAL RHYTON CIRCA EARLY 1ST MILLENNIUM B.C. The muzzle forming the spout, with pierced nostrils, eyes and ears, incised line down rump representing tail 12 in. (30.5 cm.) long

Golden Rose Terracotta Eyeshadow #111. Satiny texture which gives bright and light effect on your eyes. Trendy color alternatives with high pearl, which creates glamorous and attractive eye make-up. Dermatologically Tested. None of Golden Rose products tested on animals.

Golden Rose Terracotta Eyeshadow #111. Satiny texture which gives bright and light effect on your eyes. Trendy color alternatives with high pearl, which creates glamorous and attractive eye make-up. Dermatologically Tested. None of Golden Rose products tested on animals.

Early 20th Century French Terracotta Pug Puppy with Glass Eyes | From a unique collection of antique and modern sculptures at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/sculptures/

Early 20th Century French Terracotta Pug Puppy with Glass Eyes | From a unique collection of antique and modern sculptures at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/sculptures/

Amlash, Indus Valley. A finely rendered terracotta vessel spout, 2500 - 1200 BC. With a stylized face of an ibex with long horns, long ears and large eyes.

Amlash, Indus Valley. A finely rendered terracotta vessel spout, 2500 - 1200 BC. With a stylized face of an ibex with long horns, long ears and large eyes.

Neolithic Vinca Terracotta Head of a BisonAn ancient Neolithic Vinca large terracotta pottery lid in the form of the head of a reclining horned animal. The head is molded with bovine ears and horns but with a distinctly human nose. The surface is incised to indicate large eyes and a thick mane.

Neolithic Vinca Terracotta Head of a BisonAn ancient Neolithic Vinca large terracotta pottery lid in the form of the head of a reclining horned animal. The head is molded with bovine ears and horns but with a distinctly human nose. The surface is incised to indicate large eyes and a thick mane.

A CANOSAN TERRACOTTA GROUP   APULIA, CIRCA EARLY 3RD CENTURY B.C.   Depicting a youth riding a rabbit, decorated in bright polychromy over white slip, the youth astride the oversized animal, his arms raised, nude but for a pink sash, a blue Phrygian cap with a pink border, and pink boots, the rabbit crouching, its elongated ears held back, bordered in pink, the bulging pellet eyes, the tail, and the detailing of the nose and forepaws all pink  5¼ in. (13.3 cm.) high

A CANOSAN TERRACOTTA GROUP APULIA, CIRCA EARLY 3RD CENTURY B.C. Depicting a youth riding a rabbit, decorated in bright polychromy over white slip, the youth astride the oversized animal, his arms raised, nude but for a pink sash, a blue Phrygian cap with a pink border, and pink boots, the rabbit crouching, its elongated ears held back, bordered in pink, the bulging pellet eyes, the tail, and the detailing of the nose and forepaws all pink 5¼ in. (13.3 cm.) high

Sudan, Shilluk cow dung and calabash, red and brown paint, of hollowed drop-shape, underneath a broad forehead almond-shaped open-worked eyes flanking a small nose, an opened mouth with inset animal teeth and a small beard made from plant fibres below, pierced around the rim, dam., cracks, small missing parts, signs of abrasion; the Shilluk live in the eastern Sudan, at the banks of the White Nile. Their masks made of cow dung are only rare to be found. Aside they made terracotta pipe heads…

Sudan, Shilluk cow dung and calabash, red and brown paint, of hollowed drop-shape, underneath a broad forehead almond-shaped open-worked eyes flanking a small nose, an opened mouth with inset animal teeth and a small beard made from plant fibres below, pierced around the rim, dam., cracks, small missing parts, signs of abrasion; the Shilluk live in the eastern Sudan, at the banks of the White Nile. Their masks made of cow dung are only rare to be found. Aside they made terracotta pipe heads…

Bretby Art Pottery Lucky Black Cat Glass Eyes With Ball of Wool  Manufacturer:	Bretby Product Type: Animals Sub-Type:	British	Use:	Decorative Material:	Terracotta	 Date: 1940-1959

Bretby Art Pottery Lucky Black Cat Glass Eyes With Ball of Wool Manufacturer: Bretby Product Type: Animals Sub-Type: British Use: Decorative Material: Terracotta Date: 1940-1959

The god Shiva/Oesho is depicted on a votive panel; four-armed and three-headed, with a prominent third eye, he wears an animal skin and a belted, diaphanous garment and holds a trident. Bactria C. Asia. Kushan

The god Shiva/Oesho is depicted on a votive panel; four-armed and three-headed, with a prominent third eye, he wears an animal skin and a belted, diaphanous garment and holds a trident. Bactria C. Asia. Kushan

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