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De mal in de oven

De mal in de oven

Etruscan charioteer. Etruscans, who lived in Etruria, were known as Tyrrhenians by the Greeks. They were at their height in Italy from the 8th to the 5th century BCE. Herodotus (c. 450 BCE.) reports, as a theory of their origin, that the Etruscans came from Asia Minor. The Etruscans lived in what is modern Tuscany , in the area bounded by the Tiber and Arno rivers, the Apennines and the Tyrrhenian Sea.

Etruscan charioteer. Etruscans, who lived in Etruria, were known as Tyrrhenians by the Greeks. They were at their height in Italy from the 8th to the 5th century BCE. Herodotus (c. 450 BCE.) reports, as a theory of their origin, that the Etruscans came from Asia Minor. The Etruscans lived in what is modern Tuscany , in the area bounded by the Tiber and Arno rivers, the Apennines and the Tyrrhenian Sea.

There was a time when only brass utensils and artifacts were used in households. Time has changed and plastics, fibre, glass, etc., have made their entry but the charm of brass is still incomparable. I love the feel and look of brass. It is an alloy of zinc and copper in varying proportions. Brass can be widely used to enliven the space. It can always be polished again to give a shine. Old or new, they are my favourites in decorating a home. In all south Indian households one can find tall…

There was a time when only brass utensils and artifacts were used in households. Time has changed and plastics, fibre, glass, etc., have made their entry but the charm of brass is still incomparable. I love the feel and look of brass. It is an alloy of zinc and copper in varying proportions. Brass can be widely used to enliven the space. It can always be polished again to give a shine. Old or new, they are my favourites in decorating a home. In all south Indian households one can find tall…

Sword and Scabbard, Celtic, 60 BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art--I have a brass letter opener made to resemble one of these anthropomorphic swords.

Sword and Scabbard, Celtic, 60 BC. The Metropolitan Museum of Art--I have a brass letter opener made to resemble one of these anthropomorphic swords.

I am not a brass lover but I just love the Nathwara school and srinathji paintings..

I am not a brass lover but I just love the Nathwara school and srinathji paintings..

África, Nigeria, Reino de Benin, Edo ornamento Hip pueblos que representa la cabeza de un tribunal Benin officialEarly centuryBrass 18 y Museo de Arte de Campana hierro

África, Nigeria, Reino de Benin, Edo ornamento Hip pueblos que representa la cabeza de un tribunal Benin officialEarly centuryBrass 18 y Museo de Arte de Campana hierro

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images buddist godess tara | Use mouse to drag image

West Africa | Collection of 8 brass alloy bracelets, from the Gurunsi people of Burkina Faso and the Senufo people of Ivory Coast | Est. 100 - 400€ ~ (Sept '14)

West Africa | Collection of 8 brass alloy bracelets, from the Gurunsi people of Burkina Faso and the Senufo people of Ivory Coast | Est. 100 - 400€ ~ (Sept '14)

kandelaar, Anoniem, 1300-1400 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

kandelaar, Anoniem, 1300-1400 | Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen

Neckpiece:  RETROSPECTION.  2007    Pendant:  5" x 4.5" x 1.5"  (13 x 11 x 3cm)    Cord/Chain: 38" (95cm)    Steel animal leg trap, medieval spur, Victorian spoon and fork, porcupine quills, Roman horse boss, dichroic marble, copper, Victorian keys and brass door latch, bronze artifacts, steel wire, brass, chandelier crystal, steel-point engravings, leather, soil.

Neckpiece: RETROSPECTION. 2007 Pendant: 5" x 4.5" x 1.5" (13 x 11 x 3cm) Cord/Chain: 38" (95cm) Steel animal leg trap, medieval spur, Victorian spoon and fork, porcupine quills, Roman horse boss, dichroic marble, copper, Victorian keys and brass door latch, bronze artifacts, steel wire, brass, chandelier crystal, steel-point engravings, leather, soil.

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