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Любимые цветы эпохи модерн

Любимые цветы эпохи модерн

Greg LynnAmerican, born 1964Tableware, 2007 Sterling silverCelia and David Hilliard Fund; restricted gift of the Architecture & Design S...

Greg LynnAmerican, born 1964Tableware, 2007 Sterling silverCelia and David Hilliard Fund; restricted gift of the Architecture & Design S...

beautiful silver spoons                                                       …

beautiful silver spoons …

Pelagic Bar Utensil - Anthropologie.com - $18.00

Pelagic Bar Utensil

Pelagic Bar Utensil - Anthropologie.com - $18.00

"France antique Eugene ROUSSEL-DOUTRE Silver Vu~erumeiyu spoon" Koh Kong, Fuat Coconfouato [antique lighting and antique furniture] French antique canister set enameled pottery tableware --kitchen--

"France antique Eugene ROUSSEL-DOUTRE Silver Vu~erumeiyu spoon" Koh Kong, Fuat Coconfouato [antique lighting and antique furniture] French antique canister set enameled pottery tableware --kitchen--

Sterling Bon Bon Server by William Linker, 1906

Sterling Bon Bon Server by William Linker, 1906

"France antique Fast Minerva Silver cutlery set" Koh Kong, Fuat Coconfouato [antique lighting and antique furniture] French antique canister set enameled pottery tableware --kitchen--

"France antique Fast Minerva Silver cutlery set" Koh Kong, Fuat Coconfouato [antique lighting and antique furniture] French antique canister set enameled pottery tableware --kitchen--

Spoons for the Tourist in Florida c. 1890--1900

Spoons for the Tourist in Florida c. 1890--1900

James Shruder Tea Kettle 1749. His tea-kettle and coffee pot above made as a set by Shruder clearly show the same kind of characteristics of the Maynard Master. Much of the decoration is taken from ornamental engravings by the celebrated French designer Jacques de Lajoue (1686-1761). The sea-horse is from his Second livre de cartouches, published in Paris in 1734

James Shruder Tea Kettle 1749. His tea-kettle and coffee pot above made as a set by Shruder clearly show the same kind of characteristics of the Maynard Master. Much of the decoration is taken from ornamental engravings by the celebrated French designer Jacques de Lajoue (1686-1761). The sea-horse is from his Second livre de cartouches, published in Paris in 1734

Africa inspired spoons

Africa inspired spoons

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