- Dated: late 18th century
- Culture: Indopersian
- Measurements: overall length 40.5cm
The dagger has a curved, double-edged damask blade ribbed at the centre. The brass grip is entirely decorated with enamelled floral motifs on green ground. On the pommel lies a cabochon rosette featuring remains of stones. The scabbard is decorated en suite and it has a small suspension loop with a signature in Arabic.
Oversized Knitted Blankets, Anna Mo
The Adoration of the Magi
Netherlands (c. 1560s)
photos via supernaut.info
Pieter Brueghel the Elder’s paintings are famous for their depictions of 16th century peasant life in the Low Countries. He was nicknamed “Peasant Brueghel” for his habit of dressing down to crash weddings and other celebrations in the countryside to glean information and inspiration for his artworks.
Fotografias da exposição “Luz, cedro e pedra – Esculturas do Aleijadinho fotografadas por Horacio Coppola”
Return of the Secaucus 7, 1980 (dir. John Sayles)
Rendezvous, Cosmopolitan, June 1959
Illustration by Ward Brackett
What a difference 42 years makes Alternating views of a Honda N360 (introduced 1967, 1970 version pictured) and the Honda EV-N concept 2009. The EV-N was an electric concept car which took its inspiration from the N 360 Kei car of the late 1960s
André Gelpke, 1978 [source]
Toulon. La caisse d’épargne.
Architecte: Beauregard et Chapon
I can’t wait for spring.
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