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Lantern in the Form of a Tortoiseshell Cat, Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), Kangxi Period (1662-1722). Artist/maker unknown

Chinese Lantern in the Form of a Tortoiseshell Cat - Qing Dynasty Kangxi Period - Porcelain with overglaze enamel decoration (Famille verte)

Norman Reedus with his black cat, "Eye in the Dark"

Eye in the dark…

Norman Reedus with his black cat, "Eye in the Dark"<-- I don't watch walking dead much, but this is so sweet!

Wonderful vase embellished with charming cat.

Black Cats by Nan Hamilton. This black stoneware vase is definitely spooky.

A PAIR OF CHINESE BISCUIT FIGURES OF TIGERS,QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY.

A PAIR OF CHINESE BISCUIT FIGURES OF TIGERS,QING DYNASTY, 19TH CENTURY.

Чарльз Вайс фигура сидящего кота подписали Чарльз Вис Челси базы, высокая 22,5 см ок

Чарльз Вайс фигура сидящего кота подписали Чарльз Вис Челси базы, высокая 22,5 см ок

Moggie (Cat) "Clementine" 4" (Quail Ceramics)

Moggie (Cat) "Clementine" 4" (Quail Ceramics)

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ca 1745 Staffordshire cat. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Carleton Macy, 1934

classic watercolor paintings | blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art ...: #watercolorarts

classic watercolor paintings | blog about drawing, painting, illustration, comics, concept art ...: #watercolorarts

The name Jomon in Japanese translates to "twisted cord" or "cord marked" due to the markings on the surface of the vessel.

"It is thought that Jomon pottery was made by women, as was the practice in most early societies, especially before the use of the potter's wheel." ~ ART HISTORY, edited by Marilyn Stockstad.

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A Japanese Arita cat-form ewer and cover, Edo period, circa 1690.

A Japanese Arita cat-form ewer and cover, Edo period, circa

A Rare Pair of Kakiemon Models of Tigers. Edo Period (late 17th century). Decorated in iron-red, yellow, blue and black enamels, the characterful animals seated on treestump bases decorated in a dark brown glaze

A Rare Pair of Kakiemon Models of Tigers. Decorated in iron-red, yellow, blue and black enamels, the characterful animals seated on treestump bases decorated in a dark brown glaze

An Egyptian amethyst amulet in the form of a cat,  664-30 B.C  Ganymedes Rocks

An Egyptian Late Period/Ptolemaic Period Amethyst Amulet in the Form of a Cat B. Seated upon an integral plinth, the tail wrapped around its right side, a ridged suspension loop at the center of its back 1 in.

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