This is a Copper Pine Christmas Tree of Life sculpture based on a Geode Piece, with Aluminum wire base, the tree is approx. 8 inches tall, 8 inches long and 8 inches wide, the stone base is approx. 3"x2"x1.5" (LXWXH)
Sculptures made from natural river stones with rattan woven in Japanese basketry techniques by Seattle area artist Del Webber (stone sculptures vary in size, approximately 4" x 2" x 1.25" up to 4.5" x 3" x 2.5")
Key Latch Date: 1st–7th century Culture: Roman Medium: Copper alloy Dimensions: Overall: 2 3/8 x 1 x 3/8 in. (6 x 2.5 x 1 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Bronze Credit Line: Purchase, De Souhami Collection, Rogers Fund, 1906 Accession Number: 06.176.53
This is a wonderful carved ivory walking stick featuring a Native American man with his headdress on and wearing a wampum turtle necklace. Such great detail. This stick has a silver Art Nouveau collar, a hardwood shaft and a brass ferrule. This stick measures 33"x2 1/2"x1 1/2".
10th-11th century, Germany. Gold with cloisonné enamel. The ring is one of the most opulent and technically complex extant gold rings from the early Middle Ages. At the center is an elliptical flower form in gold cloisonné enamel. The flower's central element is a cruciform shape in white enamel framed by a greenish field with four crescent-shaped petals in bluish glass. Supporting the enamel is an elliptical hoop with arcades of twisted wire on the inside and the outside.