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An OKT42 Sadlerware ceramic teapot, 1930s,

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Africa | Chair from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Strong and heavy wooden frame chair, with glass hand beaded textile cover

African Beaded Chair

View this item and discover similar armchairs for sale at - Exquisitely crafted Nigerian chair in vivid primary colors on white background. Canvas covered wood frame chair with extensive hand beading.

Silk velvet signed by “Ghiyath,” second half of 16th century; Safavid Iran Silk; cut and voided velvet with continuous floats of flat metal thread; L. 25 3/4 in. (65.4 cm), W. 13 1/4 in. (33.7 cm)

Silk velvet signed by “Ghiyath,” second half of century; cut and voided velvet with continuous floats of flat metal thread;

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End Table Decorating Idea. Shadow Dancer created by American artist Debra Steidel.

La tela escrita: El poderío textil del Imperio Otomano

Ottoman lampas and velvet textiles often feature large-scale designs displayed within the ogival framework. This example incorporates an elongated tulip flanked by two wavy lines and divided by saz style serrated leaves centering tiny blossoms

c1880 DUNN BENNETT & CO AESTHETIC POTTERY PITCHER Brown Transferware Polychrome

c1880 DUNN BENNETT & CO AESTHETIC POTTERY PITCHER Brown Transferware Polychrome

Ceramic Tile Art, Victorian

Pieced panel of brocaded silk, second half of 16th century  Probably Bursa, Turkey  Silk velvet pile and voided areas brocaded with silver-gilt-wrapped silk wefts

Pieced panel of brocaded silk, second half of century Probably Bursa, Turkey Silk velvet pile and voided areas brocaded with silver-gilt-wrapped silk wefts

COBALT BLUE ART GLASS ROUND HINGED JEWEL BOX WITH ENAMEL FLORAL DECOR

COBALT BLUE ART GLASS ROUND HINGED JEWEL BOX WITH ENAMEL FLORAL DECOR

A sterling silver Tiffany Japanese motif tea caddy with removable lid.

A sterling silver Tiffany Japanese motif tea caddy with removable lid.

Tom Charbit Ceramics – Boxes | Mizusashi

Tom Charbit Ceramics – Boxes | Mizusashi

Design attributed to Christopher Dresser, Linthorpe Pottery Works, Wave Bowl, ca. 1880

Wave bowl Design attributed to Christopher Dresser (British, Glasgow, Scotland Mulhouse) Manufacturer: Linthorpe Pottery Works. Formerly attributed to Christopher Dresser: Wave bowl

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