Making a Beautiful Impression Rachel Dein's method of plaster casting captures flowers and foliage in a unique and delicate way. She creates her original casts by making an impression in wet clay and then pouring plaster directly over it.
The Vratsa greave, 380 - 350 BC. The face is thought to display the Thracian mother-goddess. The greave is made of silver and gold and is much too big to have been worn, so it may have been made specially for the grave
Chinese Song Period Ding Ware Jar in a bulbous form on tripod feet with bent knees, single-glazed, with delicately incised designs, two lines going the entire way around with flowers etched between the two. Height 3 in.