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Vintage German   Porcelain Doll Head by oscarcrow on Etsy, $6.00

Vintage German Porcelain Doll Head by oscarcrow on Etsy, $6.00

Bowl with a ruler and attendants    Object Name:      Bowl  Date:      12th–13th century  Geography:      Iran  Medium:      Stonepaste; polychrome in-glaze and overglaze painted and gilded on an opaque monochrome glaze (mina'i)  Dimensions:      3 1/4 x 7 3/8in. (8.3 x 18.7cm) 7 3/8in. (18.7cm)  Classification:      Ceramics

Bowl with a ruler and attendants Object Name: Bowl Date: 12th–13th century Geography: Iran Medium: Stonepaste; polychrome in-glaze and overglaze painted and gilded on an opaque monochrome glaze (mina'i) Dimensions: 3 1/4 x 7 3/8in. (8.3 x 18.7cm) 7 3/8in. (18.7cm) Classification: Ceramics

View of excavations. Zeugma, Turkey, was founded by the Macedonian Seleucid ruler Nicator I, this Hellenistic city grew in prosperity during Roman times since it lay on the Silkroad to China. Zeugma’s mosaics, ceramics, statues, and frescos are spectacular. The people of Zeugma enjoyed a magnificent lifestyle in their city on the Euphrates until the Sassanid invasion in 252 AD, when the city was burnt and razed. After the Turks took the region, the city became known as the Belkýs Ruins.

View of excavations. Zeugma, Turkey, was founded by the Macedonian Seleucid ruler Nicator I, this Hellenistic city grew in prosperity during Roman times since it lay on the Silkroad to China. Zeugma’s mosaics, ceramics, statues, and frescos are spectacular. The people of Zeugma enjoyed a magnificent lifestyle in their city on the Euphrates until the Sassanid invasion in 252 AD, when the city was burnt and razed. After the Turks took the region, the city became known as the Belkýs Ruins.

Portrait Vessel of a Ruler Moche Peru 100 BCE-500 CE Ceramic (2)  Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois.     Some rights reserved

Portrait Vessel of a Ruler Moche Peru 100 BCE-500 CE Ceramic (2) Photographed at the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Some rights reserved

A classic handmade fountain pen, copper scissors, some small batch chocolate, and a vintage wooden fold out ruler (the kind his dad had), all tucked neatly into an antique ceramic Dundee Marmalade jar, which was dredged from the River Thames.  For questions about any of the gifts you see in this post or to place and order, call 805 770 7043. We are open 7 days a week. Or feel free to email caroline@dianiboutique.com!

A classic handmade fountain pen, copper scissors, some small batch chocolate, and a vintage wooden fold out ruler (the kind his dad had), all tucked neatly into an antique ceramic Dundee Marmalade jar, which was dredged from the River Thames. For questions about any of the gifts you see in this post or to place and order, call 805 770 7043. We are open 7 days a week. Or feel free to email caroline@dianiboutique.com!

This ceramic statue of a man from the Veracruz area of Mexico shows him wearing an incredibly ornate costume. Was he a ruler? A warrior? Tamayo Museum -Oaxaca -Mexico p...

This ceramic statue of a man from the Veracruz area of Mexico shows him wearing an incredibly ornate costume. Was he a ruler? A warrior? Tamayo Museum -Oaxaca -Mexico p...

Zeugma was founded by the Macedonian Seleucid ruler Nicator I, this Hellenistic city grew in prosperity during Roman times since it lay on the Silkroad to China. Zeugma’s mosaics, ceramics, statues, and frescos are spectacular. The people of Zeugma enjoyed a magnificent lifestyle in their city on the Euphrates until the Sassanid invasion in 252 AD, when the city was burnt and razed. After the Turks took the region, the city became known as the Belkýs Ruins Gaziantep Turkey.

Zeugma was founded by the Macedonian Seleucid ruler Nicator I, this Hellenistic city grew in prosperity during Roman times since it lay on the Silkroad to China. Zeugma’s mosaics, ceramics, statues, and frescos are spectacular. The people of Zeugma enjoyed a magnificent lifestyle in their city on the Euphrates until the Sassanid invasion in 252 AD, when the city was burnt and razed. After the Turks took the region, the city became known as the Belkýs Ruins Gaziantep Turkey.

South America: The Original Cultures - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations:  Moche

South America: The Original Cultures - Ancient Man and His First Civilizations: Moche

Old Advertising Rulers....Available at American Home & Garden in Ventura CA

Vintage Wood Rulers an Instant Collection

Old Advertising Rulers....Available at American Home & Garden in Ventura CA

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