Sterling Bone Naja – O.D.T. 3/29
Jewelry fit for a Klingon warrior. This piece takes tribal jewelry to a new level of intensity.
Netsuke Frog – ODT 3/15
Here are two sides of a sweet Frog Netsuke. This little guy has been sitting on my desk for the last year. These small sculptures were invented in 17th century Japan. They were originally used as a clasp for a…
Microcirculation Medal – ODT 3/13
There is a medal for just about everything out there – even if you didn’t realize that everything even existed. This medal was issued by the USA Microcirculatory Society.
Banknote Miners – Our Daily Treasure 3/8
Brazilian Liberty Banknote – O.D.T. 3/7
If the Statue of Liberty was Brazilian, she’d be sitting down. There are no fewer than 3 State of Liberty replicas in Brazil and many more around the world. Below is a link to one example. It seems to…
Mongolia Apollo 11 Stamp – Our Daily Treasure 3/6
Celebrated around the world.
1809 University of Mexico Proclamation Medal – Our Daily Treasure 3/5
Lovely silver medal with a woman very overdressed for the library. Note the intense breastplate. These old medals tell a story! 49 mm, 60.12 grams with Fernando VII on the obverse.
Chippy the Thunderbird – Our Daily Treasure 3/2
Part of an old pawn Navajo bracelet