Julie Vino Fall 2018 Wedding Dresses — “Havana” Bridal Collection | Wedding Inspirasi
Julie Vino’s Fall 2018 bridal collection is an intoxicating blend of sultry glamour and whimsical romance. The Havana collection features Vino’s signature
A Egyptian revival plique-à-jour enamel and amazonite scarab pendant/brooch,
A Egyptian revival plique-à-jour enamel and amazonite scarab pendant/brooch, circa 1920, with modern fourteen karat gold chain carved amazonite scarab flanked to either side with stylized peacocks, each with an outstretched wing and suspending an amazonite drop; mounted in silver.
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CARAB SWIVEL RING, EARLY 18TH DYNASTY, 1540-1400 B.C. with solid gold hoop, the spiral wire wound around the shoulders and through the convex terminals and turquoise-glazed scarab, the scarab carved underneath with a decorative device composed of stylized lotus and papyri.
Jelena Kevic Djurdjevic on Instagram: “City lights #illustration #digitalart #instaart #conceptart #femaleportrait #elaboratedream”
2,201 Likes, 35 Comments - Jelena Kevic Djurdjevic (@blackgoldsun) on Instagram: “City lights #illustration #digitalart #instaart #conceptart #femaleportrait #elaboratedream”
An archaeological revival gold and enamel brooch/pendant, by Robert Phillips,
An archaeological revival gold and enamel brooch/pendant, by Robert Phillips, circa 1865 Set to the centre with a raised scarab rendered in scarlet guilloché enamel with black enamel spot and stripe detail, between a pair of finely modelled rearing gold cobras with black enamel decoration, suspended from a detachable gold and black enamel coiled cobra suspensory loop, terminating with a later burnt sienna guilloché enamel amphora drop, glazed compartment to reverse, unsigned
Adrian Wilkins on Instagram: “Continuing with my series I decided to explore more Ethiopian inspired hairstyles. The style is based on the traditional sheruba braids…”
6,327 Likes, 186 Comments - Adrian Wilkins (@adrianwilkinsart) on Instagram: “Continuing with my series I decided to explore more Ethiopian inspired hairstyles. The style is…”
Jasper cylinder seal, Mesopotamia, Uruk Period, 4100 BC–3000 BC. This early seal depicts lion-headed eagles and two Serpopards (mythical long-necked lion beasts). Serpopards also appear on the Narmer Palette, an important artifact from Ancient Egypt's first dynasty. This may mean the Serpopard is an ancient cross-cultural symbol with great importance, like the swastika. It may also indicate an early culture group spread widely across the Middle East and Africa.
Ancient Art, Antiquities | Rare Egyptian Blue Cylinder Seal, Mittonian
Ancient Art, Antiquities | Ancient Egyptian Art | Rare seal Egyptian seal Cylinder Seal Mittonian Engraved seal Cylindrically shaped objects Engraved images Ancient Near Eastern world Cuneiform writing system Mesopotamia Stamp seals on CuratorsEye.com.