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Metal vessels, Afghanistan - I saw similar Indian brass vessels in Kochi; would love large ones for the India apartment.

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Afghanistan Eric Bouvet women obliterated from reality.so nobody has to deal with their part in this tapestry called life.

Paul Rumsey.  Library Head (2010). Ink and charcoal.  image 16 1/4" x 11 1/4"

Paul Rumsey ~ "Library Head" ink and charcoal book art

This etsy shop has tons of decorative vintage book sets in different color themes. Great for the shelves in my living room.

Reserved for Paula Ocean Books Instant Library Collection Decorative Books Photography Props Turquoise Books by the Foot Teal Green

Wyniki Szukania w Grafice Google dla http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_Fo7vaCYxWDg/SbeiHtrGU-I/AAAAAAAAC-0/0PiPplLL-Fw/s400/moroccan%2Bcushions.jpg

Μαξιλάρια με Μαροκινό αέρα *Moroccan pillows

A ROMAN BRONZE BEAKED OINOCHOE   circa 1st century a.d.   The conical body with horizontal shoulders, a cylindrical neck and trough spout, the underside of the hemispherical foot with lathe-turned concentric rings, the high arching handle with a bearded mask emerging from volutes where it joins the shoulders, and a horned lion-griffin where it joins the rim, its fore-paws extended along the rim, the mask and the lion-griffin enhanced with incised details, both with inlaid silver eyes

A ROMAN BRONZE BEAKED OINOCHOE circa 1st century a.d. The conical body with horizontal shoulders, a cylindrical neck and trough spout, the underside of the hemispherical foot with lathe-turned concentric rings, the high arching handle with a bearded mask emerging from volutes where it joins the shoulders, and a horned lion-griffin where it joins the rim, its fore-paws extended along the rim, the mask and the lion-griffin enhanced with incised details, both with inlaid silver eyes

Pierced globe  late 13th–early 14th century  Syria, Damascus  Brass; spun and turned, pierced, chased, inlaid with gold, silver, and black compound.  Spherical incense burners, few of which have survived, were hung from the ceiling or from the vault of an arch, and the ingenious system of gimbals (also called cardan joints) inside the sphere stabilized the burning incense in the swinging container.

Incense burner Late century Damascus, Syria Brass inlaid with gold, silver and black compound Metropolitan Museum of Art

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