Jewelry fit for a Klingon warrior. This piece takes tribal jewelry to a new level of intensity.
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…
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.
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…
Celebrated around the world.
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.
Part of an old pawn Navajo bracelet