07/09/2016

2016 Tribal Art London Louis Nierijnck

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN

FOLK AND TRIBAL ART

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14/01/2014

Lucchetti Orientali Roma Museo Nazionale

PHOTO OF THE DAY

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LUCCHETTI ORIENTALI

 

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MUSEO NAZIONALE

ARTE MEDIO ORIENTALE

ROMA

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22/06/2013

Himalayan Nepalese manual wooden thresher

ETHNOFLORENCE

INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN

FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

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Photo Credit Zemanek http://www.tribal-art-auktion.de/en/

2008 - 2016

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PHOTO OF THE DAY

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HIMALAYAN NEPALESE MANUAL WOODEN THRESHER

"DEKI"

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Photo credit 

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Pair of male and female anthropomorphic

Deki   poles

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The poles are cut at the bases, the lower section,underground, was longer, at the top they were put together through a piece of wood, lost, embed in the back of the heads, which probably it served as a 'handle' of the instrument.

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Zemanek 78th lot 10

'Fragment of a threshing hammer'

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Photo credit Zemanek http://www.tribal-art-auktion.de/en/

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12/06/2012

HIMALAYA RIFLESSI DAL PROFONDO - THE GRAMA DEVATAS OF SOUTH INDIA - HIMALAYAN MASKS IN GENOVA COMING SOON

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The figure of the man in tribal and village art,it's normally used to connote itself, to represent the human being as he is 

seen in the every day life, in the dreams and trances experiences...by the artist, that represents preeminently his spirit, 

the Ancestor

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HIMALAYA

RIFLESSI DAL PROFONDO

GENOVA

PALAZZO IMPERIALE

COLLEZIONE MORDACCI

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MORDACCI COLLECTION

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2012

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Outside the human temporality of man-shaped things,no man-made sign, a simple rough stone marks the presence of the deity,

 

daubed with red colour which holds the memory of blood sacrifices, placed under the branches of sacred tree is part of the Indian 

 

landscape,in this way also the presence of Aiyanar, the Lord, was marked in principle, by a rough of stone, the works of art, small or

 

gigantic, made of clay, larger than life, arrived after, proclaiming his exhistence.

 

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THE VILLAGE GODS OF SOUTH INDIA

COMING SOON

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GENOVA

 

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COMING SOON

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2012

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10/03/2012

NOTES ON THE ETHNOLOGY OF TIBET BASED ON THE COLLECTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM

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INDIAN AND HIMALAYAN

FOLK AND TRIBAL ARTS

2008 - 2016

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NOTES ON THE ETHNOLOGY OF TIBETBASED ON TH COLLECTIONS IN THE UNITED STATES NATIONAL MUSEUM

 

http://www.archive.org/details/notesonethnolog00rockgoog

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WILLIAM WOODVILLE ROCKHILL

 GOLD MEDALIST OF THE ROYAL GEOGRAPHIC

SOCIETY

WASHINGTON 

1895

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CONTENTS OF THE BOOK

 

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 Tibet— Origin of the name — Limits — History of its civilization derived from Tibetan and Chinese sources 

 

II

Character of the country and people 

 

III

Organization — Consanguineal — Political — Industrial 

 

IV

Dress and personal adornment 

 

V

Habitations — Household utensils — Food — Tobacco  

 

VI

Agriculture — Weapons — Hunting — Music — Dancing  

 

VII

Transportation  

 

VIII

Monetary system — Mediums of exchange— Writing — Printing — Time reckoning— Medical knowledge  

 

IX

Birth— Marriage— Death 

 

X

Religion — Lamas — Religions architecture — Objects connected with religious worship — 

 

Miscellaneous objects from the Chinese border lands 

 

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13/10/2009

Nepalese rice sickle, Musee de la Castre Cannes.Off topic Jackson Pollock Full Fathom five. Rara Lake Nepal.

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2009

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CANNES

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Nepalese ritual daggers phurbu.

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NEPAL

CHAMANISME ET SCULPTURE TRIBALE

MARC PETIT CHRISTIAN LEQUINDRE

ED INFOLIO SEPT 2009

 

Marc Petit christian Leqindre www.nepaltribalart.com

NEPAL, Chamanisme et Sculpture Tribale, Marc Petit, Christian Lequindre, ed. Infolio sept 2009.

 

Visit NEPAL TRIBAL ART the new site dedicated to Tribal Arts of Nepal and the Himalayas:
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NEPALESE

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Nepalese shamanic ritual daggers phurbu, coming soon.

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Nepalese rice sickle with smooth patinated wooden handle.

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Frontal view.

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Detail.

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27/08/2008

A couple of Himalayan anthropomorphic primitive terracotta (terra cotta) lamps.

Interesting couple of Himalayan anthropomorphic primitive terracotta (terra cotta) lamps. Ex Architect  Roberto Berardi Collection Florence.

Lo stile di questa coppia di lampade monocrome dal carattere iconografico antropomorfo e' qualcosa di estremamente interessante ed allo stesso tempo inconsueto, se rapportato alla iconografia delle terracotte  dell'area himalayana. Entrambe provengono dalla collezione dell'architetto Roberto Berardi di Firenze.

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Ethnoflorence contest.

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Ethnoflorence contest. Western Nepal primitive sculptures are edited on http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/post/6210825/western-...     15 Western Nepal Primitive Sculptures are edit by Ethnoflorence on 

http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/post/6958870/15-weste...

 An interesting and rare group of 4 Tharu posts , and 4 Western Nepal sculptures on http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/post/6166203/4-tharu-...  and http://ethnoflorence.skynetblogs.be/post/6305346/four-pri... .

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Ethnoflorence contest. Le due lampade antropomorfe sono poste accanto ad una scultura primitiva in pietra della regione occidentale del Nepal. 

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N1 frontal view detail.

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N1 detail of the mobile head. Interesting the primitive style of the face. Unusual for domestic terracotta objects.

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N1 side view.

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N1 side view detail.

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N1 back side view.

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N1 Top view.

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N2 frontal view.

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N2 frontal view detail.

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N2 Head view.

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N2 side view detail.

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N2 back side view.

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N2 top view.

 

 

 For a stylistic comparation see http://www.tribalarts.com/feature/himalayas/17.html... .

 Read also on "La statuaire Archaique de l'Ouest du Nepal", Marc Petit, Jean Pierre Girolami, Galerie Renaud Vanuxem Paris   http://www.priceminister.com/offer/buy/52263812/Petit-Mar... .

An interesting and competent comment about a primitive sculpture of Western Nepal on " Catalogue de la Collection Tibetaine et Himalayenne  du Musee de Confluences (Ancien Museum de Lyon)", Christophe Roustan Delatour. Cahiers scientifiques-Dept. du Rhone-n14 Lyon, 2007.

 

Ex Roberto Berardi Collection Florence. Il professore Roberto Beradi, ordinario di progettazione architettonica all'Universita' di Firenze, e' stato uno dei massimi conoscitori di struttura delle citta' arabe del Nord Africa. Fu una figura di primo piano nel rinnovamento urbanistico in Tunisia ed Algeria. Nato  a Milano nel 1937 si laureo' in architettura presso l'universita' di Firenze nel 1963, dopo una collaborazione con Edoardo Detti con Massimo Amodei diresse per quattro anni in Tunisia lo studio di urbanistica di Ludovico Quaroni, presso il Minstero dei Lavori pubblici dello stato nord africano. Sempre a Tunisi tra il 1968 ed il 1969 diresse il Bureau d'Etudes della Medina. Alla fine degli anni sessanta torno' in Italia e si dedico' alla attivita' professionale sino al 1973, anno in cui inizio' la carriera accademica presso l'Istituto di Architettura ed Urbanistica della facolta' di Ingegneria dell'Universita' di Bologna, per passare poi nel 1979 alla Facolta' di Architettura di Firenze. Nel corso della sua attivita' quarantennale l'architetto Roberto Berardi organizo' e diresse molteplici e rilevanti convegni sulla crescita urbana in Nord Africa, ad Algeri Firenze, Bruxelles, Parigi. 

 

 

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16/08/2008

6 MAHARASHTRA area artifacts used for the ritual SEEDING of the fields.

7   MAHARASHTRA  artifacts used for the ritual SEEDING of the fields. (WORK IN PROGRESS)

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N1 side A. Observed laterally this artifact it's introduced like a kind of  capitello, four are the carved sides, the  iconography, for how much I  have been able to observe in these years is always the same one. In the side under view  is represented a couple,  the man is seeding the land.

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Trough this detail we can observe like the man introduces seeds for seeding inside of analogous artifact to that one of  Ethnoflorence Collection. This iconography is similar in all the artifact ones that I have been able to observe.
 
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N1 Side A view.
 
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N1 side A view detail.
 

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N1 Side B. On two of four sides of the artifact is always represented a Nandi.

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N1 Side C.

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N1 Side C detail view.

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N1 Side D. In the Fourth side is always carved the figure of  Ganesh.


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 N1 Top view.


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N1 Base view.

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Side A view. Also here we find a couple in the action to seed, but  the style of the carving is here much primitive regarding that one of the N1.

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 N2 Side A view.

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N2 Side A detail view.

 

 

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N2 Side B view.

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N2 Side B view detail.

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N2 Side C view.

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N2 Side C original restauration detail view.

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N2 Side C view.

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N2 Side C detail view.

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N2 Top view and original restauration view.

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N2 Base view.

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N3 Side A view.

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N3 Side A view detail.

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N3 Side B view.

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N3 Side C view.

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N3 Side D view.

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N3 Side D detail view.

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N3 Top side view.

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N3 Base view.

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N4 Side A view.

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N4 Side A view detail.

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N4 Side B view.

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N4 Side C view.

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N4 Side D view.

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N4 Top view.

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N4 Base view.

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N5 Side A view (N5 Courtesy Paolo Buzzatti Florence-Italy)

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N5 Side B.

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N5 Side C view.

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N5 Side D view.

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N5 Top side view.

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N.6 Side A view. Ex Amedeo Valbonesi Collection  this item was collected during the mid 80's. Actually Ethnoflorence Collection.

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Side A detail view.

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Side B view

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Side C view. Original restautarion.

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Side C restauration detail view.

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Side D  view. The Ganesh style of this item has a very important style.

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Side D detail view.

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N7 side A view.

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Side A view detail.

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Side B view.

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Side C view.

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Side D view.

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Side D view detail.

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Base view.

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Top side view.


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13/08/2008

4 Nepalese carved milk pots. Pot à lait. 18 Nepalese Ghurras.

4 Nepalese milk pots. Pot à lait. 18 Ghurras. (WORK IN PROGRESS)

For more information and photos  about the nepalese milk pots and Ghurras see on "Ghurras Nepal. De la ferme au museé, du paysan au collectionneur. From the farm to the Museum, the farmer to the collector". Pascale Dolfus , Francois Pannier  de la    Galerie Le Toit du Monde , Paris :( http://www.letoitdumonde.net/actualites/index.html... )  and http://sanza.skynetblogs.be/post/5334991/masques--arts-tr...  ( Mairie du 6e - Salon du Vieux Colombier, Paris, 30 nov. 31 dic 2007, photos of the exhibition organizated by the Galerie Le Toit du Monde). 

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See also on : "Divine Support: Ghurras Wooden Churning-rod Holders From Nepal" by Paul De Smedt  (http://www.exoticindiaart.com/book/details/IDI097/)

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Namaste posture carved on an ancient ghurras.

 Other photos of ghurras  on : Arts Premiers - Primitive Art Primitif Expositions et collections Ethnic Art Tribal Bruxelles   http://sanza.skynetblogs.be/post/5350369/art-tribal-de-lh...  and  http://sanza.skynetblogs.be/post/5342584/art-tribal-de-lh... .

Other information on "A Masque Decouvert. Regard sur l'art primitif de l'Himalaya", Marc Petit, Stok Aldines Paris 1995, and of the same author :"Neti: L'invention des Formes. Un autre regard sur l'art populaire du Moyen-Himalaya" on Arts d'Afrique Noire n.106 pp.12-18, 1998. (About the understanding Marc Petit's Himalayan collection see some pictures on http://invisuphoto.com/11,611.html  ).

 

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 Milk pot with zoomorphics and antropomorphics carved reliefs. WARNING an items with this kind of iconography is probably a FAKE.

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Detail.

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Side A  view.

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Side A  view detail.

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Side A detail view.

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Side B view.

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Side B detail view.

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Side B detail view.

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Side B another detail.

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Milk Pot, frontal view.

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Hunter? Please see the really primitive  style of the face.

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Hunter or ... shaman?

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Carved details view.

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Carved details view.

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Carved details view.

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Carved details view.

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Carved details view.

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 Carved details view.

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Carved details view.

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 Milk pot n.2 in a more geometrical style.

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Side A. The stile of the carving it's really elegant.

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Side A detail view and original restaurations.

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Side B.

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Side B detail view.

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Frontal view.

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Carved detail view.

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Carved detail view.

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Milk pot n.3. The stile is more primitive.

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Side A view.

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Side A detail view.

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Side B.

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Side B detail view.

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Frontal view.

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Details.

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Details.

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Details.

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Original restauration detail view.

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Milk pot N4 Side A view.

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Original restauration Side A view detail.

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Right patina of the artifact.

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Back side view.

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Back side view detail.

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Side B view.


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Side B view detail.

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Ghurras n1 frontal view.

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 Ghurras n1 back side view.

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Ghurras n.2 frontal view.

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Ghurras n2 frontal view detail.

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Ghurras n2 frontal view detail 2.

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Ghurras n2 back side view.

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Ghurras n2 side A.

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Ghurras n2 side B.

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Ghurras n3 frontal view.

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Ghurras n3 frontal view detail.

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Ghurras n3 frontal view detail 2.

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Ghurras n3 back side view.

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Ghurras n3 side A.

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Ghurras n3 side B.

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Ghurras n4 frontal view.

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Ghurras n4 detail frontal view.

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Ghurras n4 side view.

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Ghurras n4 back side view.

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Ghurras n4 back side view detail.

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Ghurras n5 frontal view.

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Ghurras n5 back side view.

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Ghurras n5 side A.

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Ghurras n5 side B.

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Ghurras n6 frontal view.

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Ghurras n6 back side view.

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Ghurras n6 side A view.

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Ghurras n6 side B view.

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Ghurras n7 frontal view.

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Ghurras n7 back side view.

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Ghurras n7 Side A view.

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Ghurras n7 side B view.

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Ghurras N8 side A.

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Ghurras N8 Side B.

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Ghurras N8 Side C.

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Ghurras N9 Side A.

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Ghurras N9 side B.

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Ghurras N9 side C.

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Ghurras N9 detail view.

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Ghurras N10 side A.

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Ghurras N10 side B.

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Ghurras N10 side C.

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Ghurras N10 side C.

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Ghurras N11 side A.

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Ghurras N11 side B.

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Ghurras N11 side C.

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Ghurras N11 side D.

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Ghurras N12 side A.

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Ghurras N12 side B.

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Ghurras N12 side C.

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Ghurras N12 side C.

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Ghurras N13 side A.

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Ghurras N13 side A detail view.

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Ghurras N13 side B.

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Ghurras N13 side C.

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Ghurras N 13 side C.

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Artifact N14 side A.

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Artifact N14 side B.

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Ghurras N15 Side A view.  Part of the orginal patina was removed from this artifact. Ex Collezione Architetto Professor  Berardi Florence (Italy) - Ethnoflorence collection.

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Ghurras N15 side B view.

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Ghurras N15 side C.

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Ghurras N15 side D.

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Ghurras N16. Also here the original patina was partially removed. The piece is however interesting because shows some original restaurations of the artifact. Ex Collezione Professore Arhitetto Berardi Florence (Italy)- Ethnoflorence Collection.

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Ghurras N16 side B. Original restauration view.

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Ghurras N16 side C.

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Ghurras N16 side C original restauration detail view.

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Ghurras N16 side D.

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Ghurras N17 side A. Ex Collezione Professore Architetto Berardi Florence (Italy)- Ethnoflorence Collection.

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Ghurras N17 side B.

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Ghurras N17 side C.

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Ghurras N17 side C detail view.

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Ghurras N17 side D.

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Ghurras n18 frontal view.

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N18 frontal view detail.

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Namaste posture detail.

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N18 back side view.

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