Pavel Ekimov

Pavel Ekimov

Pavel Ekimov
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Fancy Dress (Russian Model of 17th century): caftan. Fancy Dresses for the Winter Palace Ball in 1903 celebrating the Romanov's Dynasty Anniversary, St Petersburg, Russia, 1903. Brocade, fur, velvet, satin, metal twisted cords;; sewing, embroidery. Caftan Length 91 cm.

Fancy Dress (Russian Model of 17th century): caftan. Fancy Dresses for the Winter Palace Ball in 1903 celebrating the Romanov's Dynasty Anniversary, St Petersburg, Russia, 1903. Brocade, fur, velvet, satin, metal twisted cords;; sewing, embroidery. Caftan Length 91 cm.

A Sasanian silver-gilt royal plate. Iran, circa 4th-5th Century A.D.

A Sasanian silver-gilt royal plate. Iran, circa 4th-5th Century A.D.

"Swords" | Search Results | Museum Finna

"Swords" | Search Results | Museum Finna

Anglo-Scandinavian 'Fenrir' Openwork Viking Panel 022431

Anglo-Scandinavian 'Fenrir' Openwork Viking Panel 022431

Viking Bronze Sword Hanger Fitting

Viking Bronze Sword Hanger Fitting

Rus, XIIth – XIIIth century. Silver; forging, soldering, engraving, gilding Diameter 2,4 cm Found in the Big Kremlin trove in 1988 Inv. № АРХ-778.

Rus, XIIth – XIIIth century. Silver; forging, soldering, engraving, gilding Diameter 2,4 cm Found in the Big Kremlin trove in 1988 Inv. № АРХ-778.

Viking sword... It is typical for pagan cultures to decorate virtually all objects, as individualism was a vital part of their freedom. With christianity beeing brutally forced onto them, everything went bland,as the christian perverts saw individuality, independence, colourful clothing, jewellery, decorations, and even cleanliness, as "devil's work"!!!

Viking sword... It is typical for pagan cultures to decorate virtually all objects, as individualism was a vital part of their freedom. With christianity beeing brutally forced onto them, everything went bland,as the christian perverts saw individuality, independence, colourful clothing, jewellery, decorations, and even cleanliness, as "devil's work"!!!

Slavic Swords, IX-XI century.

Slavic Swords, IX-XI century.

An early medieval Viking sword, worn by time still visually interesting.

An early medieval Viking sword, worn by time still visually interesting.