"Fall of the Rebel Angels", sculptor unknown. Early 18th century (Naples); ivory; The Nelson-Atkins (Museum of Art, Kansas City)

Fall of the rebel angels (Carved entirely from a single piece of ivory in the early most likely in Naples, it's now in the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Missouri) (Formerly Attributed to Jakob Auer, Austrian,

Tsukamoto Kyokusai , Cherry Blossom and Bud, late 19th-early 20th century  Netsuke, Ivory with light staining

象牙 Tsukamoto Kyokusai (Japan, died Cherry Blossom and Bud, late century Netsuke, Ivory with light staining

Fussreliquiar. Gold-plated copper. For the relic of one of the innocent children of Bethlehem. Goldsmith Oswald About Linger Eberler, Basel. Silver. Origin: Basel (BS), Cathedral Treasury, ca. 1450, The National Swiss Museum.

Fussreliquiar -- Circa 1450 -- Gold-plated copper & silver -- For the relic of one of the innocent children of Bethlehem -- Origin: Basel Cathedral Treasury -- Belonging to the National Swiss Museum.

A French artist carved this 4 inch tooth out of Ivory in 1790, which depicts cavities on the left as a toothworm eating a man and on the right uses hell to symbolize the agony of a toothache.

The Tooth Worm as Hell’s Demon A.) France - this ivory carving is contained within a molar separated into two halves of equal size that open out into two scenes depicting the infernal torments of toothache as a battle with the Tooth Worm.

Antique Blown Glass Doll Eyes

45 pairs of antique glass doll eyes on original weighted rockers for large to small dolls; 12 pair eyes on rockers missing one eye; 25 single eyes of various sizes, six eyeless rockers, a few repro eyes, also.

late 18th c.

unnaturalist: “ This exquisite model of the eye dates from the late eighteenth century and was used in the Department of Natural Philosophy at the University of Aberdeen for teaching optics. The lens.