Massimiliano Haematinon Nigro

Massimiliano Haematinon Nigro

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M'nerva (Athena in the Etruscan pantheon) - bronze statuette of unknown origin dating from the 5th century BCE - Rome, Etruscan Museum of Villa Giulia. The Campanian type armor is covered by a round aegis on which is applied in relief a small protome depicting a youthful male head. It was accidentally discovered in 1541 at the Church of St. Lorenzo at Arezzo (Tuscany) and purchased in 1542 by Cosimo I de 'Medici, lord of Florence

Etruscan Menrva Goddess Bronze, century BCE The Campanian type armor is covered by a round aegis on which is applied in relief a small protome depicting a youthful male head. Accidentally discovered in 1541 and purchased by Cosimo I de ‘Medici.

Islamic Bronze Incense Burner Culture : Islamic Period : ca. 11th Century A.D. Phoenix Ancient Art ~ This feline shaped incense burner is covered in an openwork floral pattern.  This high ornamentation was a common aspect of Islamic figures.  Added to gallery on 12/2/13

Islamic Bronze Incense Burner Culture : Islamic Period : ca. Phoenix Ancient Art ~ This feline shaped incense burner is covered in an openwork floral pattern. This high ornamentation was a common aspect of Islamic figures.

Islamic Bronze Openwork Lion Incense Burner. 18th century AD or earlier. A cast openwork zoomorphic vessel with three legs, openwork panels to the shoulders and chest, separate hinged head casting with openwork panels to the neck; to the rear a substantial round-section handle with rosette finial. 3.4 kg, 42 cm (16 3/8"). Property of a London gentleman; acquired 1985-1995.

Islamic Bronze Openwork Lion Incense Burner. 18th century AD or earlier. A cast openwork zoomorphic vessel with three legs, openwork panels to the shoulders and chest, separate hinged head casting with openwork panels to the neck; to the rear a substantial round-section handle with rosette finial. 3.4 kg, 42 cm (16 3/8"). Property of a London gentleman; acquired 1985-1995.

Incense Burner in the Form of a Bird of Prey  11th–12th century probably eastern Iran, Khurasan;   Bronze; cast, pierced openwork, punched, engraved, inlaid with opaque turquoise glass

Animal-shaped incense burners were widespread in the eastern Seljuq lands. The characteristic pierced openwork forms a complex interlace star pattern on the breast, back, and head of the bird, through which sensuous aromas were diffused

The Arts of Islam. Masterpieces from the Khalili Collection,Incense Burner or Pomander in the Form of a Lynx  Iran  late 12th or early 13th century AD

The Arts of Islam. Masterpieces from the Khalili Collection,Incense Burner or Pomander in the Form of a Lynx Iran late or early century AD