OMNIS ARS IMITATIO EST NATURAE.

All Art is an Imitation of Nature.

Lucius Annaeus Seneca, 4 BC - 65 AD.

Bejar, item 379
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Bejar, item 379
10,000.00

Feliciano Bejar called this optic item a Magicscope; the late artist signed it in 1988. Large disk of glass, embossed with concave circles.  The late artist has exhibited in the Museum of Modern Art, NY. See also item 189 by the same artist.

29 3/4" H X 12 5/8" W X 11 1/2" diameter at base.   12 5/8" is the diameter of the prismatic glass. 

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Fluorite Bowl, item 143
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Fluorite Bowl, item 143
1,800.00

A spectacular carved oval bowl in translucent, green Fluorite.  Fluorite is very fragile with many cleavages; it is exceedingly difficult to carve and there must be many pieces that never survived the carving process. China.

8” L X 6” W X 2” H.

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Kris Dragon, item 218
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Kris Dragon, item 218
750.00

Dragon figure in bone or ivory. Keris or Kris are personal daggers and were carried by all males over a certain age.  They are handed down from fathers to sons.  While the handles might be sold in a time of financial hardship, the metal blade itself is never sold.  Very ornate with highly stylized head and headdress. 

4 1/4" H X 3/8" W X 1 1/8" D.

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Lithographs, items 185
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Lithographs, items 185
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Historic mineral prints, beautifully framed and each matted with unique marbled papers. Germany.

Please contact if you wish to break the set of 6.

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Saudi Window, item 80
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Saudi Window, item 80
7,000.00

The window is operable, hand carved and colored with vegetable dies.  Najd desert, Saudi Arabia.

27” H X 16” W X 2 ½” D.

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Eva Wilkin Original, item 171
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Eva Wilkin Original, item 171
3,000.00

Rare to find an original; prints are sold commonly. Watercolor of orange flowers in a gold-finished, wood frame.  Artist was quite well known in the mid-70s in NY and the Caribbean.    Ms. Wilkin sold it to its present owner.  Nevis, Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis.

17" X 19" X 1".  Frame is included in price.

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Tortuga Platter, item 103
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Tortuga Platter, item 103
4,500.00

Shallow Tairona pottery bowl with heads and legs of inverted turtles.  From about 1,200 to 1,650 AD. Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, northeastern Colombia.

9 ½” X 9” X 3 ½” H. 

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Laquer Panels, item 401
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Laquer Panels, item 401
2,000.00

Two wood and lacquer carved panels with gilding. Chinese, perhaps antique.

19" H X 7" W X 2" D. Price is for the pair.

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