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multifaceted sundial was designed by Stefano Buonsignori in Florence in the sixteenth century. Manufactured in wood, measuring 205 mm in height. Polyhedral sundial with hexagonal and square faces, similar to watches III.53 and III.55. On each side is painted a different type of sundial (horizontal - vertical - declining) complete gnomon. At the top is inserted a compass to orient the instrument to the local magnetic meridian. It comes from the Medici collections and was designed by Stefano…

design-is-fine: “ Stefano Buonsignori, Polyhedral sundial, late century, Florence.The top holds a magnetic compass to orient the instrument toward the local magnetic meridian. Via Museo Galileo ”

Val 23 Gravur

Val 23 Gravur

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Vintage Matchbooks from the 1930s

Crazy Lines roller-printed cotton furnishing fabric, designed by Ernst Aufseeser, 1933. "The metal roller used to print this Modernist pattern was hand-engraved to reproduce the textural subtleties of Ernst's charcoal drawing. "1930s: Functionalism and Industrial Art" From the book "20th Century Pattern Design"

Crazy Lines roller-printed cotton furnishing fabric, designed by Ernst Aufseeser, 1933. "The metal roller used to print this Modernist pattern was hand-engraved to reproduce the textural subtleties of Ernst's charcoal drawing. "1930s: Functionalism and Industrial Art" From the book "20th Century Pattern Design"

Rock Crystal Ball  Part of a hoard of objects buried in a grave in Picquigny, France.  Frankish workmanship, c. 600-700. Ashmolean

Mason smiths loved the intricate little works of jewelry. It was prized all through Basal. [Rock Crystal Ball Part of a hoard of objects buried in a grave in Picquigny, France. Frankish workmanship, c.

Jeweled scissors emblazoned with Cavendish arms, English (Sheffield), circa 1840, via Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library.

Scissors emblazoned with Cavendish arms, English (Sheffield), / Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK / The Bridgeman Art Library.anyone wanna try and reproduce these?

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