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Hungarian lifetree - kinda James Averyish isn't it? Harmony Symbol, Hungarian Tattoo, Famous Tattoo Artists, Renaissance Jewelry, Celtic Designs, My Heritage, Illuminated Manuscript, Samana, Leather Craft

Mágikus jeleink - az életfa

A magyar népművészet szakrális művészet, vagyis a díszektől vált igazán használhatóvá egy tárgy, sokszor mintha használati útmutatót írtak volna rá jelekkel. Egyes jelképek abból az ősi időből származnak, amikor még az ember olyan szoros kapcsolatban volt a…

Szeri korong.Középen a nyolcágú Napocska, "Aki" a négy Égtáj felé sugározza a SZERetetet (négy szívforma), amiből fakad az igazi ÉLET (a nyíló négy tulipán). Metal Jewelry, Hungary, Metal Working, Tatoos, Celtic, Medieval, Stencils, Symbols, Traditional

Szeri korong.Középen a nyolcágú Napocska, "Aki" a négy Égtáj felé sugározza a SZERetetet (négy szívforma), amiből fakad az igazi ÉLET (a nyíló négy tulipán).

artofthedarkages: “ Six disk brooches with dense interlace, animal motif, and christian openwork designs. Crafted out of silver, with niello details. Made in the for an Saxon nobleman in East. Viking Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Early Middle Ages, Ancient Vikings, Celtic Art, Viking Age, Anglo Saxon, Dark Ages, British Museum

9th C. Open-work silver sheet metal disc brooch, riveted by means of a quincunx of small rivets (the central one missing) to a gilded copper-alloy base plate. The decoration has at its centre a small nielloed cross with square terminals from each of which springs a bushy plant with long pointed and lobed leaves. The plants are enclosed within arcs which converge towards the brooch rim where they are pinned by the rivets. The back is plain and the riveted pin attachment is damaged.

Dish Iran, century painted in cobalt. Ceramic Plates, Ceramic Pottery, Pottery Art, Best Carpet, Islamic Art, 17th Century, Iran, Persian, Medieval

Dish Iran, 17th century Faience; painted in cobalt. Diam. 35 cm Source of…

Armenian copper artifacts (Source: Bedros Dikiciyan collection c. Ash Wednesday, Armenia, Household Items, Peeps, Weapons, Copper, Traditional, Metal, Collection

Armenian tradition of Ash Wednesday

Avak Chorekshapti – Great or Holy Wednesday The important events of Holy Week begin from Ash Wednesday onwards. According to tradition Ash Wednesday neutralises the bad and wicked. This is the day that washing is done, plates and dishes are polished and every corner of the house is cleaned, so there in no dirt anywhere.…

Dish with Phoenixes Made in Possibly Syria , late century Earthenware; painted under transparent glaze, D. 34 cm Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Art Costume, Art Object, Metropolitan Museum, Earthenware, 17th Century, Decoration, Decorative Plates

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This dish is typical of the objects that were displayed in open niches in reception rooms of upper-class Syrian residences during the Ottoman period

Kendi (Drinking centuryCulture:Thailand (Si Satchanalai)Medium:Earthenware with cream white glaze and iron-brown underglaze decorationDimensions:H. 4 in. cm)Classification:CeramicsCredit Line:Purchase, Gifts of friends of Jim Thompson, in his memory, Earthenware, Stoneware, Asian Art, Tea Pots, Thailand, Pottery, Antiques, Drinking, Ropes

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