Karina Karaeva
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Ruth Duckworth

Ruth Duckworth

Anne of Denmark by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger

Anne of Denmark by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger

T earring

T earring

Hellbent Jewelry

Hellbent Jewelry

Beautiful African Textile Designs from African Fabric House print pattern

Beautiful African Textile Designs from African Fabric House print pattern

Line ring / MIRTA jewelry

Line ring / MIRTA jewelry

NEER, Eglon van der -Young Lady at Breakfast (detail) 1665

NEER, Eglon van der -Young Lady at Breakfast (detail) 1665

Hermaphroditus, Roman marble, Imperial period (3rd century CE) -- This Hermaphroditus is called "Stante" (relieved) because carved with the male member in erection, shown by the woman's dress lifted to the waist. Discovered in a vineyard of Monte Porzio Catone in 1781 and purchased by prince Marcantonio Borghese, it was long kept hidden in a closet because it was considered "indecent"

Hermaphroditus, Roman marble, Imperial period (3rd century CE) -- This Hermaphroditus is called "Stante" (relieved) because carved with the male member in erection, shown by the woman's dress lifted to the waist. Discovered in a vineyard of Monte Porzio Catone in 1781 and purchased by prince Marcantonio Borghese, it was long kept hidden in a closet because it was considered "indecent"

Antique doll rings! - FEEAS jewelry by Remedios Vincent creates jewelry from antique medical instruments, porcelain figures, and prosthetics.

Antique doll rings! - FEEAS jewelry by Remedios Vincent creates jewelry from antique medical instruments, porcelain figures, and prosthetics.

February 12, 1554: Lady Jane Grey Executed. 18 years old, and Queen of England for only 9 days, Jane was almost entirely blameless of the crimes of which she was accused. Her scheming relatives had put her on the throne, and, in fact, it wasn't all that far-fetched. Edward VI had named her as his heir. But, in the end, it all boiled down to who could grasp the throne -- and keep it.

February 12, 1554: Lady Jane Grey Executed. 18 years old, and Queen of England for only 9 days, Jane was almost entirely blameless of the crimes of which she was accused. Her scheming relatives had put her on the throne, and, in fact, it wasn't all that far-fetched. Edward VI had named her as his heir. But, in the end, it all boiled down to who could grasp the throne -- and keep it.