ratak-monodosico:

Statue of Maya and Merit

Object: StatueDating from: c. 1320 B.C.Material: Limestone Size: 158 x 90 x 120 cm ; c. 1000 kgOrigin: Egypt, Saqqara

ratak-monodosico:

Statue of Maya and Merit

Object: Statue
Dating from: c. 1320 B.C.
Material: Limestone 
Size: 158 x 90 x 120 cm ; c. 1000 kg
Origin: Egypt, Saqqara

emporioefikz:

Heart from Canadian Ceramic Artist Amy Li-Chuan Chang

emporioefikz:

Heart from Canadian Ceramic Artist Amy Li-Chuan Chang

virtual-artifacts:

A superb ivory netsuke of a two-horned dragon. Late 18th century. Emerging from wisps of smoke rising from an incense burner resting on a double lotus pedestal. Inscribed Tomotada.The subject refers to Chinnan Sennin who is commonly represented summoning a dragon from his begging bowl.

virtual-artifacts:

A superb ivory netsuke of a two-horned dragon. Late 18th century. Emerging from wisps of smoke rising from an incense burner resting on a double lotus pedestal. Inscribed Tomotada.The subject refers to Chinnan Sennin who is commonly represented summoning a dragon from his begging bowl.

virtual-artifacts:

Lotus, Period: Tang dynasty (618–907) Culture: China Medium: Gilt bronze

virtual-artifacts:

Lotus, Period: Tang dynasty (618–907) Culture: China Medium: Gilt bronze

blackpaint20:

Little ceramic sculpture of Death on his riverboat, (echong the Classical greek Charon and his boat)  it may even make an insesce burner

blackpaint20:

Little ceramic sculpture of Death on his riverboat, (echong the Classical greek Charon and his boat)  it may even make an insesce burner