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Garden And Yard
Home And Garden
garden.... just goes to show how much plantings you can use and a well designed small porch. inexpensive diy landscaping
Small Front Yard Landscaping
Small Backyard Gardens
Well-designed small garden with patio
great topiaries // Great Gardens & Ideas //
ALYSSA PHEOBUS MUMTAZ
Sofas And Chairs
Bent Plywood Chair
Roger McLay; Enameled Metal and Bent Plywood 'Kone' Chair, c1948.
African Textiles Patterns
Ceremonial Textile Panel, Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire), Kuba Culture, Shoowa people, late 19th to early 20th century.
Louis XIV needlepoint Rug
Shelton Sisters Basket; probably Forsythe County, North Carolina, late 19th/early 20th century, bentwood frame with finely woven oak splints ~♥~
Interior And Exterior
Datura Bohemian Bedroom
gilded French four post bed
Old Trade Amber Beads sourced in Yemen
bracelet provient de la région des "Gejia" et est typique des minorités chinoises Guizhou ( Miao).
Africa | Two ivory bracelets from the Fur people of Sudan | 800€ ~ Sold
"Kingfisher feather hair ornaments from China, some silver, some with coral or gemstones. The kingfisher feathers were often set so they would flutter slightly in the wind, creating the faint sound of bird wings around the head of the wearer."
Afghanistan - Swat Valley - necklace
Human-shaped figures and pendants of whale ivory strung on fine plaited coir cords. c. 1875 - 80, Fiji.
Jeh (J. E.) Bruce, SF/F author
Leather necklace containing vellum healing scrolls, Ethiopia
Necklace | Judy Corlett. Driftwood pendants, agate slices, jasper, pietersite beads, beach stones and wrapped cord
American Indian Art
5967 Various tooth amulets, Hill tribes, Vietnam by ann porteus, Sidewalk Tribal Gallery, via Flickr
African Trade Beads
currency anklet, kota obamba people. congo basin, 19th century
Africa | Sao culture ancient clay bead neckace | Made in Chad/Sudan | Age unknown but possibly ancient; the Sao culture of the Chad is now extinct, but these beads have been passed down through the generations to the present day.
Art Deco Design
Art Deco Entrance
Art Et Architecture
Motif Art Deco
Cast iron art deco entrance for Domus at 181 Madison Ave, NYC by French artist blacksmith, Edgar Brandt (1880-1960).