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Descr|ção da obra de arte: lLallan AlabasLer 8usL $.30
Autor: ALLrlb. Lo Lhe lLallan SculpLor AnLonlo lrllll
Cr|gem: llorence (lLaly)
Idade: 8eLween (1860 - 1920)

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Florentine sculptor Antonio Frilli was born in the middle of the 19th Century and he died in 1902. He specialized in marble and alabasterstatues for public and
private customers. In 1860 he established his first and exclusive Atelier in via dei Fossi, Florence, where he used to work with few assistants on medium size
refined painted alabasters and big white Carrara marble statues for private villas and monumental Cemeteries. Beautiful portraits and powerful marble Angels
decorate famous Cemeteries such as "Porte Sante" and "Allori" in Florence.
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The marble portrait of the same sculptor was carved in his Atelier after his dead and
it was placed on his Family Tomb in the monumental Cimitero degli Allori. Frilli and his Gallery were very famous in Europe, in the United States and in Australia as
he took part to several World's Fair with his Company collecting success and Grand Prizes. He was in Philadelphia for the Expo of 1876 and in 1881 his statues
and garden furnitures were exhibited in the Italian Pavilion in Melbourne.
In 1904, two years after his death, his son Umberto took part in the famous World Expo in Saint Louis with a few pieces of his Family Company, including a
masterpiece of his father, "the woman on an hammock" in white Carrara marble. This beautiful statue won the Grand Prize and 6 gold medals.
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Descr|ção da obra de arte: unflnlshed greaL WhlLe marble sLaLue of ºPercules $.18
Autor: ALLrlb. Lo Lhe lLallan sculpLor ÞleLro 8raccl
Cr|gem: 8ome (lLaly)
Idade: 8eLween (1700 - 1773)

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Notas: ÞIL1kC 8kACCI He was born in Rome and became a student of Giuseppe Bartolomeo Chiariand Camillo Rusconi. His most familiar works are the colossal Oceanus orNeptune of the Trevi Fountain, Rome, after
a modello by Giovanni Battista Maini, and four prominent tomb monuments in Rome.
He sculpted the figures for the tomb of Benedict XIII (1734) in Santa Maria sopra Minerva, Rome, which was designed by the architect Carlo Marchionni, and for the tomb of Benedict XIV (1763–1770) in the Basilica of Saint
Peter, completed with the help of his pupil Gaspare Sibilia. The third tomb at St Peter's on which he worked commemorates Maria Clementina Sobieski (1742), wife of the "Old Pretender", James Stuart, one of the Catholic Stuart
claimants to the thrones of England, Scotland and Ireland. It is one of three monuments in St. Peter's dedicated to the deposed royal line of Stuart. The sculpture is in polychrome with an image of Maria Clementina in mosaic
held aloft by Charity. The monument was conceived by the architect Filippo Barigioni, who provided preliminary sketches. Bracci also designed and sculpted the polychromatic tomb of Cardinal Giuseppe Renato Imperiali (1741)
in Sant'Agostino in Rome. His best known work is the colossal Oceanus— also known as Neptune — (after 1759) of theTrevi Fountain, Rome, where he was constrained to follow a plaster modello by Giovanni Battista Maini,
who died before he could execute the marble. Bracci executed the Oceanus and the tritons when he took over work on the fountain. After the death of Nicola Salvi (1751) work was halted with only the foundations built. A few
years later the works were assigned to Panini who was stopped when he started to make changes to the project. Bracci took over in 1761 and finished the fountain in 1763. Nicola Salvi and Pietro Bracci were longtime friends,
both being members of Arcadia and members of the confraternity of the virtuosi at the Pantheon.There are several official busts of Benedict XIII by Bracci, and a terracotta (1724), conserved inPalazzo Venezia, Rome. The aged
glare of the pope in the marble portrait was an image difficult to beautify.
Like all sculptors in Rome since the 16th century, Bracci was often called upon to restore or complete Roman sculptures, such as the Capitoline Antinous, to render them suitable for display.
Bracci died in Rome in 1773.












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Descr|ção da obra de arte: lLallan AlabasLer 8usL $.2,8
Autor: ALLrlb. Lo Lhe lLallan SculpLor Clullano llnelll
Cr|gem: Carrara (lLaly)
Idade: 8eLween (1601 - 1633)

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Notas: Giuliano Finelli (1601–1653) was an Italian Baroque sculptor who emerged from the workshop ofBernini.
He was born in Carrara to a family of marble masons in a town associated with mining of the stone, and he initially trained with Michelangelo Naccherino. He was
active in Bernini's studio for a few years, but he broke with Bernini in 1629, when he felt slighted by the awarding of the choice commission of a Saint Helena statue
for the crossing of St Peter's to Andrea Bolgi. He is also purported to have also been slighted by failure to be recognized as the detail master behind theApollo and
Daphne statue of Bernini.
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For some time, he found occasional work, often with the support of Pietro da Cortona.
The difference between the two sculptors, Bernini and Finelli, was slight. Finelli is highly meticulous about carving tiny details, a focus which often seems to drain
from the greater emotion of the piece. The prolific Bernini was less conscious of lacy frillery in dress, and more centered on the psychology. The contrast can be
seen in their portraits of a common patron, Cardinal Scipione Borghese. Bernini's portraint
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is animated, while Finelli's is more sober and has a slight
downgaze.
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He also completed the image of Cardinal Giulio Antonio Santorio (c. 1630) at San Giovanni in Laterano.
Within a few years of leaving the employ of Bernini, Finelli left for Naples with his pupil and nephew,Domenico Guidi. He is known best for a number of portraits and
statues in the Chapel of San Gennaro in the cathedral of Cathedral in Naples. In Naples, he had to compete with the sculptor Cosimo Fanzago for commissions.
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Descr|ção da obra de arte: SculpLure ln clay $.18,3
Autor: ALLrlb. Lo Lhe lLallan SculpLor ÞleLro 1orrlglano
Cr|gem: llorence or Sevllla
Idade: 8eLween (1472 - 1328)

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Notas: 1hls plece of arL has been formed by hand from modellng clay, whlch has been flred and glven a maLL flnlsh. Pietro Torrigiano (24 November 1472 – August 1528) was an Italian sculptor of the Florentine school. According
to Giorgio Vasari, he was one of the group of talented youths who studied art under the patronage of Lorenzo de' Medici in Florence.
Torrigiano was born in Florence. Benvenuto Cellini, reporting a conversation with Torrigiano, relates that he and Michelangelo, while both young, were copying the frescoes in the Carmine chapel, when some slighting remark
made by Michelangelo so enraged Torrigiano that he struck him on the nose, and thus caused that disfigurement which is so conspicuous in all the portraits of Michelangelo. Soon after this Torrigiano visited Rome, and
helped Pinturicchio in modelling the elaborate stucco decorations in the Apartamenti Borgia for Pope Alexander VI.
After some time spent as a hired soldier in the service of different states, Torrigiano was invited to England to execute the magnificent effigial monument forHenry VII and his queen, which still exists in the lady chapel
of Westminster Abbey. This appears to have been begun before the death of Henry VII in 1509, but was not finished till 1517. The two effigies are well modelled, and there can be no doubt the head of the king is a fine
posthumous portrait. After this Torrigiano received the commission for the altar, retable and baldacchino which stood at the west, outside the screen of Henry VII's monument. The altar had marble pilasters at the angles, two of
which still exist, and below the mensa was a life-sized figure of the dead Christ in painted terra cotta. The retable consisted of a large relief of the Resurrection. The baldacchino was of marble, with enrichments of gilt bronze; part
of its frieze still exists, as do also a large number of fragments of the terra-cotta angels which surmounted the baldacchino and parts of the large figure of Christ. The whole of this work was destroyed by the Puritans in the 17th
century. Henry VIII also commissioned Torrigiano to make him a magnificent funerary monument, somewhat similar to that of Henry VII, but one-fourth larger, to be placed in a chapel at Windsor; it was, however, never
completed, and its rich bronze was melted by the Commonwealth, together with that of Wolsey's tomb. The indentures for these various works still exist, and are printed by Neale, Westminster Abbey, (London, 1818). These
interesting documents are written in English, and in them the Florentine is called "Peter Torrysany". For Henry VII's monument he contracted to receive £1500, for the altar and its fittings £1000, and £2000 for Henry VIII's
monument. Other works attributed from internal evidence to Torrigiano are the monument of Margaret of Richmond, mother of Henry VII, in the south aisle of his chapel, and a terra cotta effigy in the chapel of the Rolls.
While these royal works were going on Torrigiano visited Florence in order to get skilled assistants. He tried to induce Benvenuto Cellini to come to England to help him, but Cellini refused partly from his dislike to the brutal and
swaggering manners of Torrigiano, and also because he did not wish to live among "such beasts as the English". The latter part of Torrigiano's life was spent in Spain, especially at Seville, where, besides the painted figure of St.
Hieronymus in the museum, some terracotta sculpture by him still exists. His violent temper got him into difficulties with the authorities, and he ended his life in 1528 in the prisons of the Inquisition; According to Vasari, Torrigiano
was swindled of his payment by the Duke of Arcus for a sculpture of the Virgin & Child. As an act vengence for being fooled as such he mutilated the work with his chisel. Whereupon the Duke, considering himself affronted,
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Descr|ção da obra de arte: 8ronze LrlbuLe busL of ºvlbla Sablna of 8ome" female lmperaLrlz 8eslde Adrlano º1he PumanlsL $. 6,3
Autor: ALLrlb. Lo Lhe lLallan SculpLor 8envenuLo Celllnl
Cr|gem: llrenze (lLaly)
Idade: 8eLween 1300 / 1371 u.C

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Vibia Sabina (83–136/137) was a Roman Empress, wife and second cousin, once removed, to Roman Emperor Hadrian. She was the daughter to Salonina
Matidia (niece of Roman Emperor Trajan), andsuffect consul Lucius Vibius Sabinus. After her father’s death in 84, Sabina along with her half-sisters lived with
their grandmother, mother and were raised in the household of Trajan, his wife Pompeia Plotinaand her stepfather.
She married Hadrian in 100, at the Roman Empress Pompeia Plotina's request, for Hadrian to succeed her great uncle, in 117. Sabina's mother Matidia
(Hadrian's second cousin) was also fond of Hadrian and allowed him to marry her daughter.

Benvenuto Cellini ( Florence , November 3 of 1500 - idem, February 13 of 1571 ), was an artist of theRenaissance , sculptor , goldsmith and writer Italian.
The most revered Cellini sculpture is the bronze group of Perseus holding the head of Medusa , custom Duke Cosmo I de 'Medici and now exposed after recent
restoration, the Loggia dei Lanzi , opposite theGalleria degli Uffizi in Florence, without doubt one of the greatest monuments of the Renaissance .Another
important work is a crucifix in size, marble, now in the Escorial , near Madrid , made for his own tomb, but later sold to the Medici , who sent him to Spain . A
buttercup for the cover of Pope Clement VII appears in a list of objects delivered by Pope Pius VI to Napoleon in 1797 , as compensation for military campaigns
corso. A salt shaker in gold representing Neptune and Amphitrite , currently in Vienna, numerous medals and coins, goblets, jewelry, many missing,
demonstrated mastery of Benvenuto Cellini with precious metals.












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Descr|ção da obra de arte: 8ronze busL ln LrlbuLe of Adrlano lmperaLor of 8ome º1he PumanlsL $. 6,3
Autor: ALLrlb. Lo Lhe lLallan SculpLor 8envenuLo Celllnl
Cr|gem: llrenze (lLaly)
Idade: 8eLween 1300 / 1371 u.C

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Hadrian (Latin: Publius Aelius Traianus Hadrianus Augustus
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24 January, 76 AD – 10 July, 138 AD), was Roman Emperor from 117 to 138.
He is best known for building Hadrian's Wall, which marked the northern limit of Roman Britain. In Rome, he re-built the Pantheon and constructed
theTemple of Venus and Roma. In addition to being emperor, Hadrian was a humanist and was philhellene in most of his tastes. He was the third
of the Five Good Emperors.
Benvenuto Cellini ( Florence , November 3 of 1500 - idem, February 13 of 1571 ), was an artist of
theRenaissance , sculptor , goldsmith and writer Italian.
The most revered Cellini sculpture is the bronze group of Perseus holding the head of Medusa , custom Duke Cosmo I de 'Medici and now
exposed after recent restoration, the Loggia dei Lanzi , opposite theGalleria degli Uffizi in Florence, without doubt one of the greatest monuments
of the Renaissance .Another important work is a crucifix in size, marble, now in the Escorial , near Madrid , made for his own tomb, but later sold
to the Medici , who sent him to Spain . A buttercup for the cover of Pope Clement VII appears in a list of objects delivered by Pope Pius
VI to Napoleon in 1797 , as compensation for military campaigns corso. A salt shaker in gold representing Neptune and Amphitrite , currently in
Vienna, numerous medals and coins, goblets, jewelry, many missing, demonstrated mastery of Benvenuto Cellini with precious metals.













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Descr|ção da obra de arte: AnLlque orlglnal oLLoman war helmeL $. 8
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: 1urkey
Idade: 1400

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: 8lfle s cabbard $. 1,2
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lrance
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: 1ool for Lhe producLlon of sausages $. 9
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lrance
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: SLone llLhographlc prlnLlng $. 2
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: 8rasll
Idade: llrsL half of '800

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Notas: ||thograph|c stone pr|nt|ng of package cream m||es










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: !ar Llmber $. 0,9
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lrance
Idade: Lndof '800

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: !ar lron $. 1,9
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lrance
Idade: Lnd of ' 800

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: 1ank Lo LransporL waLer and coffee $. 4,3
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Lurope
Idade: Lnd of '800

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: 8are lLallan Ma[ollca uecoraLed Amphora $. 14
Autor: AnLonlo ÞaLanazzl dl urblno
Cr|gem: urblno (lLaly)
Idade: 8eLween 1340 / 1380

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Notas: Very rare Antonio Patanazzi from Urbino ITALIAN MAJOLICA VASE.Large Italian majolica vase, Renaissance style classical
decoration, front cartouche with a tribute portrait of Raffaello Sanzio, verso with portrait of Achille, side cartouches with fantasy
figures, female grotesque form handles.

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Italian family of potters. They were a dominant force in the production of maiolica in Urbino during the late 16th
century and early 17th. Four members of the family signed their work, and dates range from 1580 to 1620. Antonio,
Alfonso, Francesco and Vincenzo were involved in the family business, although Alfonso is also known to have painted
in another workshop. The Patanazzi succeeded the renowned workshop belonging to the Fontana family and it is often
difficult to differentiate between their wares, especially those of the period 1570 to 1585.














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Descr|ção da obra de arte: 8askeL Lo collecL grapes $. 8,3
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lrance
Idade: Lnd of 1800

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Notas: Lname|ed |ron and wood. 1here |s pa|nt|ng the words: MS - Sa|nt G|| - Vosnó-komanóe










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Cash reglsLers $. 2,3
Autor: naLlonal - 8razll
Cr|gem: 8razll
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

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Notas: Cash 8eglsLer ln g old meLal, Wood base wlLh drawer.










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: vase decoraLed ma[ollca pharmacy $. 1,8
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Luropean facLory
Idade: Larly elghLeenLh cenLury.

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Notas: Vase decorated ma[o||ca pharmacy w|th the |nscr|pt|on "UNG:NI1:n¥Dk:" ( = Instead of ac|d n|tr|c| )










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: vase decoraLed ma[ollca pharmacy $. 1,8
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Luropean facLory
Idade: Larly elghLeenLh cenLury.

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Notas: vase decoraLed ma[ollca pharmacy wlLh Lhe lnscrlpLlon "LulC88" ( = oll of Luforb -> casLor-oll planL )










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: SLone founder $. 0,8
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Lurope
Idade: 1897

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: lLallan 8uLLon Accordlon 8ayan $. 6
Autor: CooperaLlva SLradella (lLalla)
Cr|gem: lLaly
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

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Notas: 8are lLallan 8uLLon Accordlon 8ayan 130 basses 6 rows wlLh case ln good condlLlon










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: LlecLrlc Waffle lrons $. 1,2
Autor: 1he llLz Cerald Mfg. Co.
Cr|gem: 1orrlngLon (u.S.A.)
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

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Notas: 1hls laLer "SLar-8lLe" model wlLh a n emerald green [eweled lld knob (some were sapphlre blue), was Lhe Lop- of- Lhe llne llLz gerald waffle lron.










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Manual sllcer s flylng $. 16
Autor: noaw S.r.l. lLalla
Cr|gem: Cgglana SanLo SLefano (lLaly)
Idade: CreaLed ln 1897

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Manual graln grlnder $. 0,8
Autor: Mlmoso
Cr|gem: 8razll
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Manual graln grlnder $. 0,7
Autor: Mlmoso
Cr|gem: 8razll
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: WroughL lron wall clock $. 8
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: 8arsac (Þrovence - lrance)
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

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Notas: Clock wroughL lron from Lhe clLy of 8arsac ln Lhe deparLmenL of urôme (lrance)










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: 8oLary knlfe Sharpener $. 12
Autor: Ceorge kenL
Cr|gem: Plgh Polborn, London
Idade: Lnd of 1800

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Marble sLaLue wlLh columns, base and arched $. 32
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lLaly
Idade: 8eglnnlng of '600

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: ÞoL of molLen lron (mlnor) $. 4,3
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Lurope
Idade: xvlll cenLury

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: ÞoL of molLen lron (medlum) $. 4
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Lurope
Idade: xvlll cenLury

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Notas: cast- |ron pot w|th hand|es decorated










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: SLone llLhographlc prlnLlng $. 2
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: 8razll
Idade: llrsL half of ' 800

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: ÞoL of molLen lron (ma[or) $. 9,3
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Lurope
Idade: xvlll cenLury

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Þorcelaln bowl $. 1,2
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lrance
Idade: xlx cenLury

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Shaped wooden cheese (ma[or) $. 0,8
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lLaly
Idade: 8eglnnlng of '900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Shaped wooden cheese (mlnor) $. 0,6
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lLaly
Idade: 8eglnnlng of '900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: 8oLLle Polder - Carrler $. 0,8
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lrance
Idade: 8eglnnlng of '900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Ceramc ÞlLcher $. 1,2
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Þuglla (lLaly)
Idade: 8eglnnlng of '900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Ceramlc ÞlLcher $. 1,2
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Þuglla (lLaly)
Idade: 8eglnnlng of '900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Ceramlc ÞlLcher $. 1,3
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: Þuglla (lLaly)
Idade: 8eglnnlng of '900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Ma[ollca plaLes $. 2,3
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lLaly
Idade: 8eglnnlng of '800

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Notas: Þa|r of ma[o||ca p|ates w|th roya| crest and scro|| w|th |nscr|pt|on "Ave Mar|a"










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Descr|ção da obra de arte: Soda qulck $. 1,8
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: 8razll
Idade: llrsL half of Lhe '900

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Descr|ção da obra de arte: lorm work brlck wood $. 0,7
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lLaly
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

IC1C A IC1C 8 IC1C C




Notas: Made of wood and |eather strap










loLo A









loLo 8


Descr|ção da obra de arte: Wood Lgg CraLe $. 1,8
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: uSA - MldwesL
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

IC1C A IC1C 8




Notas: Made of wood










loLo A









loLo 8


Descr|ção da obra de arte: Wood Lgg CraLe $. 1,9
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: uSA - MldwesL
Idade: 8eglnnlng of 1900

IC1C A IC1C 8




Notas: Made of wood










loLo A









loLo 8


Descr|ção da obra de arte: llaL-lron coal-flred $. 0,6
Autor: undeLermlned
Cr|gem: lLaly
Idade: Lnd of '800

IC1C A IC1C 8




Notas: Made of cast |ron

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