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Jupiter,relieve en marfil,origen aleman,autor Elhafen.  ca 1700

Childhood of Jupiter

Africa | Hunting horn "Sapi-Portuguese style" from the Bullom or Temne people of Sierra Leone | Ivory and metal | Late 15th century || While the material and superb artistic quality on this hunting horn are local, the placement of the mouthpiece, the suspension lugs and the scenes of a European hunt indicate the horn was for export and influenced by European prints.

The Sapi of what is now the coast of Sierra Leone, were expert sculptors, as we can see from this ivory and metal hunting horn from the late Late century.

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Virgin of the Immaculate Conception [Hispano-Philippine] (64.164.243) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Virgin of the Immaculate Conception. century Hispano-Philippine Ivory, partly polychromed and gilded, with glass eyes and silver halo;Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City This.

The Lion Man of the Hohlenstein Stadel, created in Germany 40,000 years ago.

Ice Age Lion Man is world’s earliest figurative sculpture New pieces of Ulm’s Lion Man sculpture have been discovered and it has been found to be much older than originally thought, at around years. This makes it the world’s earliest figurative sculpture.

crocifisso con Calvario, Sri Lanka o Goa, 1610, legno tropicale e tek, avorio, argento, rubini, rame, cristallo di rocca, vetro, velluto. Lisbona, collezione privata

crocifisso con Calvario, Sri Lanka o Goa, legno tropicale e tek, avorio…

A Parthian Ivory Rhyton Terminating in the Forepart of a Galloping Winged Centaur with a Woman on His Left Shoulder by Ancient Art, via Flickr

A Parthian ivory rhyton, terminating in the forepart of a galloping winged centaur with a woman on his left shoulder, century B.

Ivory plaque of a griffin that would have been used to decorate furniture.

Ivory Furniture Plaque Iraq BC cm Ivory plaque of a griffin that would have been used to decorate furniture