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イスカ (交喙, 鶍) Red Crossbill, Common Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra)

イスカ (交喙, 鶍) Red Crossbill, Common Crossbill (Loxia curvirostra)

Cattleya aclandiae 2 par Michel | Cattlaelia Forum Orchidée | Flickr

Cattleya aclandiae 2 par Michel | Cattlaelia Forum Orchidée | Flickr

1930s Art Deco Gaetano Borsani Bedside Nightstand Table Console in Burl Walnut

For Sale on - Code: F Art Deco Gaetano Borsani bedside nightstand table console cabinet in burl walnut with particular shape. Restored and polished with shellac.

Viking age / An extremely rare Ancient Viking bronze scabbard chape, depicting the Norse god Odin, dating to approximately 800-900 A.D.

Viking age / An extremely rare Ancient Viking bronze scabbard chape, depicting the Norse god Odin, dating to approximately A.

Object from the exhibition We call them Vikings produced by The Swedish History Museum | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Brooch Bronze, gilded The brooch is made to look like a pennanular brooch but is actually not a functioning one and must have been worn merely as a decorative brooch.

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This bracelet is based on a motive from the decoration of the Oseberg burial ship. The bracelet is made of bronze and finished with two knotted lion heads

VIKING SHIELD-SHAPED RING 10th-12th century AD A discoid silver plaque with flat-section lateral arms forming the hoop; the plaque with repoussé transverse ribs, bands of punched detailing. 3.80 grams, 29mm overall, 17.92mm internal diameter

VIKING SHIELD-SHAPED RING century AD A discoid silver plaque with flat-section lateral arms forming the hoop; the plaque with repoussé transverse ribs, bands of punched detailing. grams, overall, internal diameter

Viking Gold Mounted Crystal Pendant, 9th-11th Century AD

archaicwonder: “Viking Gold Mounted Crystal Pendant, Century ADA pendant comprising a piriform natural crystal pebble bead in a sheet gold sheath with punched pellets to the borders, ring-and-dot motifs, punched triangles with a pellet to.

Ring: ca. 4th-5th B.C.E., Celtic, gold. "These rings evoke the splendor of the Celts and their love of personal adornment. The upper ring is one of the most lavish surviving examples. The rams’ heads are similar to those on the great gold neck ring from Frasnes-lez Buissenal also exhibited in this case. The two smaller rings present a combination of tendril motifs, some echoing symmetrical designs that appear to be abstractions of a face."

+ Ring Date: century B. Culture: Celtic Medium: Gold Dimensions: Overall: x x in., x 2 x cm, Classification: Metalwork-Gold Credit Line: Gift of Josef and Brigitte Hatzenbuehler, 2009

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