Jørgen Jenssen

Jørgen Jenssen

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Ixlrlxi is a Russian concept artist who likes to model retro-futuristic-looking vehicles in SketchUp and render them with VRay.

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A ship's chest ( 'funa dansu') 'kakesuzuri' type, made entirely of 'keyaki' (zelkova) wood with paulownia interiors. Original iron hardware with two crests on the door panel. Date: Late 18th/early 19th century

A ship's chest ( 'funa dansu') 'kakesuzuri' type, made entirely of 'keyaki' (zelkova) wood with paulownia interiors. Original iron hardware with two crests on the door panel.

This barrel-shaped reliquary consists of a large, cylindrical piece of crystal bored down the middle to create a narrow compartment for a relic.     According to medieval lapidaries, rock crystal was a symbol of spiritual purity.      The rock crystal chamber magnified the relics contained inside, establishing the real presence of the saint.    improvements in techniques for hollowing rock crystal made possible the production of these "roll" reliquaries.

Crystal Reliquary This barrel-shaped reliquary consists of a large, cylindrical piece of crystal bored down the middle to create a narrow compartment for a relic. According to medieval lapidaries, rock crystal was a symbol of spiritual purity.

Renaissance Italy.

Renaissance Italy consisted of about 250 states, most of which were ruled by a city. The Renaissance began during the in the city-states of northern Italy. Early centers of the Renaissance included the cities of Florence, Milan, and Venice.

A GOLD-MOUNTED LAPIS LAZULI DESK SEAL, AUSTRIA, CIRCA 1876 formed as a column surmounted by a Venetian doge's corno ducale resting on a coronet and cushion, the matrix engraved with the arms of Counts Mocenigo and Princes Windisch-Graet. Image Sotheby's

A gold mounted Lapuz Lazuli desk seal formed as a column surmounted by a Venetian doge's corno ducale resting on a coronet and cushion, the matrix engraved with the arms of Counts Mocenigo and Princes Windisch-Graet.