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Ostrich egg cup (ostrich egg, silver-gilt, enamel; height 29 cm); probably French or South German, around 1400. Residenz Treasury

Ostrich egg cup: Ostrich egg, silver-gilt, enamel around The body of the cup, which comes from the former Benedictine monastery of St Veit at Herrieden near Ansbach in Franconia, secular world of Kunstkammer

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Goblet with Cover

Ostrich Egg Goblet, Germany, century, The Philadelphia Museum of Art. The absurdity of the object tickles me.

2000-1550 BCE. Bottle made of an ostrich egg. The bands, handle and neck are made of bronze. The blending of Syrian elements with Egyptian culture created the classic Canaanite culture. Middle Canaanite Bronze 2 Period Hecht Museum, Haifa. Israel.

Bottle made of an ostrich egg -- BCE -- The bands, handle and neck are made of bronze. The blending of Syrian elements with Egyptian culture created the classic Canaanite culture.

Phoenician Painted Ostrich Egg - 8th-6th Century BCAn ancient ostrich egg painted with four Panels divided by cross hatched bands. The scenes include, two lotus buds, a small tree, and an abstract symbol of the goddess Tanit.The use of the ostrich egg as a vase or decorative object dates back to the earliest Egyptian and Mesopotamian cultures. The painted ostrich egg was, however, especially popular among the Phoenician (Punic) people. Examples have been found in tombs at Carthage and at…

Phoenician Painted Ostrich Egg - Century BCAn ancient ostrich egg painted with four Panels divided by cross hatched bands. The scenes include, two lotus buds, a small tree, and an abstract.

Porta caviale russo del tardo '800 in uovo di struzzo, argento, in parte dorato e nefrite.

Ostrich egg shell and gilded gold ~ Applied Arts Museum, Budapest. Not Fabergé.

Stone Fleet | Classic Maritime Scrimshaw Ostrich Egg by LeviathanBell, $780.00 | Leviathan Bell is inspired by a love of open water, uncharted territories, and the legacy of America's sailor-artists.

Maritime Scrimshaw Ostrich Egg, Etched and Inked by Hand.

MYCENAEN CIVILIZATION; Gold kantharos from Shaft Grave IV (Grave Circle A at Mycenae), c.ca. 1550–1500 B.C.

Gold kantharos (drinking cup with two high vertical handles) Period: Late Helladic I Date: ca.

An Ottoman engraved ostrich egg hanging ornament by Hasan Fehmi Effendi - Turkey, dated Muharram 1278/July 1861 -  profusely engraved and inlaid with black and red composition with a series of interlocking arched cartouches and roundels containing inscriptions, architectural scenes, a steam train, a soldier, a stork and a dervish, with gilt copper (tombak) mounts to each end  18 cm. high

An Ottoman engraved ostrich egg hanging ornament by Hasan Fehmi Effendi Turkey, dated Muharram 1861

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