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Will The Samsung Galaxy Gear Smart Watch Look Like This? - The renders of the Samsung Galaxy gear smart watch were put together by the guys from Voucher Codes Pro, and are based on the recent patent filings that were revealed on the device.

Soft-Paste  Porcelain Vase With Cover (Vase a batons rompus) By The Sevres Manufactory And Attributed To Jean-Baptiste-Etienne  - French   c.1764

Vase with cover (vase à bâtons rompus), Soft-paste porcelain. Attributed to Jean-Baptiste-Etienne Genest (French, active H.Gift of Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1958 Accession Nº: b

Gorham sterling silver and mixed metal vase, c1880 (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Silver of the Aesthetic movement was greatly influenced by Japanese fine and decorative arts, particularly mixed-metal objects. Gorham Manufacturing Company was the first of the American silver manufactories to produce mixed-metal wares

Pot-pourri fontaine or pot-pourri à dauphins, Sèvres porcelain factory, c. 1760, Soft-paste porcelain, bleu lapis and apple green ground, gilded decoration and gilt bronze.

Pot-pourri fontaine or pot-pourri à dauphins Sèvres porcelain factory c. 1760 Soft-paste porcelain, bleu lapis and apple green ground, gilded decoration and gilt bronze The concept behind the creation of this vase was sophisticated.

Vase with Cover Sèvres Manufactory 1883–85 French (Sèvres) porcelain combining elements of rococo and neoclassical styles The vast and diverse production of the Sèvres factory in the nineteenth century resists easy characterization, and its history during this period reflects many of the changes affecting French society during this tumultuous century. (Sèvres Porcelain in the Nineteenth Century The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Vase with Cover Sèvres Manufactory French (Sèvres) porcelain combining elements of rococo and neoclassical styles The vast and diverse production of the Sèvres factory in the nineteenth century resists easy characterization, and its history.

Chinaman with Bird, ca. 1727  Germany, att. George Fritzsche (1698–1756, working at Meissen from 1711)   Hard-paste porcelain with gilt-bronze mounts and soft-paste porcelain flowers. mounts French and flowers Vincennes, ca. 1750  H. 30.5 cm  New York, Metropolitan of Art, 1982.60.256

Chinaman with Bird, ca. George Fritzsche working at Meissen from Hard-paste porcelain with gilt-bronze mounts and soft-paste porcelain flowers. Mounts French and flowers Vincennes, ca. New York, Metropolitan of Art

*1730-1740 German (Berlin?) Beaker (one of two) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Beaker (one of a pair) Maker: Workshop of Charles Fromery Enameler: Possibly by Christian Friedrich Herold Enameler: or possibly by J. Date: Culture: German, probably Berlin Medium: Painted enamel on copper, partly gilt;