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Ivory is a porous material, which means that the care of the material is important. To keep it from yellowing or becoming stained, take steps to ensure that your ivory will look good as new for years to come.

Pyxis of al-Mughira, possibly from Madinat al-Zahra, AH 357/ 968 CE, carved ivory with traces of jade, 16cm x 11.8 cm (Musée du Louvre, Paris)

Pyxis of al-Mughira Subject Art, Islamic Ivory carving -- century -- Spain -- Cordoba (Spain) People Inscriptions Calligraphy Category Ivory Carving Date 969 Period Century City Cordoba Country Spain View Detail Museum Musee du Louvre

Arte y religión islámicos en el contexto románico.

Arte y religión islámicos en el contexto románico.

Pyxis of Princess Subh Ivory Carving Spain -- Cordoba Umayyad Dynasty

Pyxis of Princess Subh Ivory Carving Spain -- Cordoba Umayyad Dynasty

Réplica de la Arqueta de Hisam II en plata repujada y nielada y madera. Siglo X. Original conservado en la Catedral de Girona. Madinat al-Zahra. Medina Azahara. Córdoba

Réplica de la Arqueta de Hisam II en plata repujada y nielada y madera. Siglo X. Original conservado en la Catedral de Girona. Madinat al-Zahra. Medina Azahara. Córdoba

In 1206, the Muslim engineer Al-Jazari, documented a combination lock in his book al-Ilm Wal-Amal al-Nafi Fi Sina'at al-Hiyal (The Book of Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices).This Ivory Box (Syria, c. 1200, Maastricht, Sint Servaas) was designed by Al-Jazari. The combination lock on the front of the box has four dials with Arabic letters representing numerals.

In 1206, the Muslim engineer Al-Jazari, documented a combination lock in his book al-Ilm Wal-Amal al-Nafi Fi Sina'at al-Hiyal (The Book of Knowledge of Ingenious Mechanical Devices).This Ivory Box (Syria, c. 1200, Maastricht, Sint Servaas) was designed by Al-Jazari. The combination lock on the front of the box has four dials with Arabic letters representing numerals.

Píxide de Al-Mughira, caja de marfil del año 968. Procedente probablemente de Medina Azahara. Córdoba (España)

Píxide de Al-Mughira, caja de marfil del año 968. Procedente probablemente de Medina Azahara. Córdoba (España)

Mounted falconer on an Ivory Pyxis, Umayyad Spain, 970

Mounted falconer on an Ivory Pyxis, Umayyad Spain, 970

Pyx  Attributed to a Master working for the Umayyad caliph Abd al-Rahman III (r. 912–961)     Date:      ca. 950–75  Geography:      Made in, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain  Culture:      Spanish  Medium:      Ivory  Dimensions:      Overall: 4 5/8 x 4 1/8 in. (11.7 x 10.5 cm)  Classification:      Ivories

Box,attibuted to a Master working for Umayyad caliph Abd al Rahman III Made in Cordoba- Spain Ivory

A Fatimid Nobleman or Officer, 12th Century. A Fatimid nobleman or officer wears a massive turban indicating his status.  Referenced on p99, God's Warriors, Knights Templar, Saracens and the Battle for Jerusalem by Helen Nicholson & David Nicolle: Lustre-ware plate, 12th-century Egypt. A Fatimid nobleman or officer wears a massive turban indicating his status. Museum of Islamic Art, Cairo, Egypt. Inv. 13477.

A Fatimid Nobleman or Officer, Century, Museum of Islamic Art, Cairo, Egypt.

Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by National Living Treasure of Japan, Shogyo OBA (1916~2012)

Maki-e lacquer tea caddy by National Living Treasure of Japan, Shogyo OBA

19th Century Japanese Gold Laquer Kobako | From a unique collection of antique and modern lacquer at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/asian-art-furniture/lacquer/

19th Century Japanese Gold Laquer Kobako

For Sale on - Rare double Japanese Kobako in gold lacquer decorated with flowers and plants on the top, chrysanthemums on the round part and boats on the square part.

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Antique French 2 Door Carved Hand Painted Bombay Serpentine Armoire Wardrobe in Home & Garden, Furniture, Armoires & Wardrobes

El "mudejarismo", es algo más que un gusto pasajero o una moda. Representa la profunda interrelación entre distintas formas de vida y de cultura entre la cristiandad y el Islam, forjada en el curso de ocho siglos de convivencia en la Península Ibérica.

El "mudejarismo", es algo más que un gusto pasajero o una moda. Representa la profunda interrelación entre distintas formas de vida y de cultura entre la cristiandad y el Islam, forjada en el curso de ocho siglos de convivencia en la Península Ibérica.

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