Antique ceiling panel from Lombardy, Renaissance period.\n\nYoung girl\n\nTechnique: Egg Tempera\nSupport: wooden panel.\nDimensions: 43 x 17 x 3 cm approx.\nOrigin: Crema area.\nPreservative restoration in 2008. Antiques---
Antique ceiling panel from Lombardy, Renaissance period.\n\nSaint #1\n\nTechnique: Egg Tempera\nSupport: wooden panel.\nDimensions: 43 x 16 x 3 cm approx.\nOrigin: Crema area.\nPreservative restoration in 2008. Antiques---
A pivoted horizontal lever with arms of equal length or so-called beam of a balance or weighing scales, the needle is exposed in a stylized sexfoil - - a round ornament consisting of six lobes divided by cusps - gothic window.\n\nGermany (Nürnberg). Gothic era. Early 15th century.\n\nDimensions: H (without stand) 21cm ; H (with stand) 29,5 cm ; W 36cm \n\nIn excellent condition with a fine patina. \n\nNote: weighing instruments of this age and quality are exceedingly rare and museum-worth
Antique ceiling panel from Lombardy, Renaissance period.\n\nNoble #2\n\nTechnique: egg Tempera\nSupport: wooden panel.\nDimensions: 42 x 18 x 3 cm approx.\nOrigin: Crema area.\nPreservative restoration in 2008. Antiques---
Antique ceiling panel from Lombardy, Renaissance period.\n\nBishop\n\nTechnique: egg Tempera\nSupport: wooden panel.\nDimensions: 45 x 19 x 3 cm approx.\nOrigin: Crema area.\nPreservative restoration in 2008. Antiques---
Hand-painted manuscript page from the liturgical text ''Book of Hours'', from Italy circa 1450. Double-sided vellum is beautifully rubricated in bright blue and red with long filigrees. Each side contains 14 lines of Latin text; translated words include God, Mary, Kindly, Tribulation, Father, I Pray, Everlasting and Piety. Measures 3.5'' x 4.75''. Light soiling along left edge, overall near fine given age. Hand-painted manuscript page from the liturgical text ''Book of Hours'', from Italy circa
Fine wooden board from the ceiling of a palace in Brescia.\nIn the centre there is the Lion of Saint Mark, symbol of the Venice Republic (of which Brescia was part) inscribed in a structure according to the model used in the area between the end of the 15th and the first half of the 16th century.\nThere are preservative restorations, in general the colours are slightly dull, it is possible to brighten them up with a fixative varnish. Overall, considering its age, the board is in good condition.
A rare bronze mortar with a single braided handle with its original iron ring, decorated with a double owner's or "house" mark, one with a large capital M with a small letter O above and the other with a leaping dog. The body of the mortar is decorated with vertical columns and a lower frieze with instruments of war and garlands. \n\nNorthern Italy. Late 15th century. \n\nMuseum worthy ! \n Antiques---
Lightly used game in the original box. All parts and pieces appear to be included. Not Ex-Library. We ship every business day and try to ship orders same or next business day. Purchase of this item will help support the programs and collections of the Johnson County (Kansas) Library.
A beautiful bone sculpture of the Virgin Mary, her head veiled, her hands folded in prayer. She is dressed in a long robe covered by a mantle with a typical medieval apron to the front. \n\nThe bone has developed a silky smooth patina from centuries of handling. \n\nSouthern Netherlands, late 15th century. Antiques---
Artist: Gulbun Mesara, Turkish Title: A Floral Study from 15th Century Wall Painting - Muradiye Mosque in Edirne Year: 2004 Medium: Gouache with Gold Leaf on Vellum Frame Size: 39.75 x 21.25 in. (100.97 x 53.98 cm) Price: $25000 w-1483 Click for Currency Conversion
An unstudied 18th century manuscript bound in a circa 15th century medieval manuscript Item number: #304 Price: $950 Anonymous Manuscript Details: Collation: 80 pages Binding: Manuscript Vellum Language: French Size: ~6.5in X 4.5in (16cm x 11cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our […] $850.00 In stock Add to cart Free shipping wordwide! Satisfaction Guaranteed, An unstudied 18th century manuscript bound in a circa 15th century medieval
A Flemish late Gothic carved and paneled oak chest late 15th century H: 28 1/4, W: 56, D: 22 1/4 in. Estimate $1,500-2,500 Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The lot is sold in the condition it is in at the time of sale. The condition report is provided to assist you with assessing the condition of the lot and is for guidance only. Any reference to condition in the condition report for the lot does not amount to a full descriptio
Antique ceiling panel from Lombardy, Renaissance period.\n\nWise old man\n\nTechnique: Egg Tempera\nSupport: wooden panel.\nDimensions: approx. 42 x 19 x 3 cm\nOrigin: Crema area.\nPreservative restoration in 2008. Antiques---
Ming 15th century blue and white bowl made during the reign of Hongzhi at Jingdezhen Excellent colour and potting and painted to the sides with scrolling lotus to the main part of out side of the bowl The bottom part has a band of shaped panels and to the top a band of stylised ruyi headed clouds The inside of the bowl repeats the lotus pattern with a peony spray to the base Ovreall an excellent example of the type made during this period For similar see ‘Yuan and Ming blue and white Ware from J