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The latest work of fimo creation which is done by Jon Anderson. He is always trying to do new in fimo art work. Pottery Animals, Ceramic Animals, Clay Animals, Ceramic Art, Ceramic Pottery, Clay Fish, Polymer Clay Kunst, Fish Sculpture, Art Textile

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Jon Anderson is break the record. See the most recent fimo art work of Jon Anderson. Most recent sales product is described.

Busy White Ceramic Turtle Flower Pot from El Salvador - Busy White Turtle Clay Art Projects, Ceramics Projects, Clay Crafts, Ceramics Ideas, Pottery Animals, Ceramic Animals, Ceramic Art, Pottery Sculpture, Pottery Art

Terracotta flower pot, 'Busy White Turtle'

A busy little turtle comes to life in terracotta. Handcrafted by ceramists from the House of El Salvador Artisans, this versatile design is perfect to hold a potted plant. Geometric patterns in brown adorn the ornate shell.

Blandine Anderson - Uist Divers and Midges, stoneware. Ceramic Birds, Ceramic Animals, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Bird Sculpture, Animal Sculptures, Pottery Animals, Animal Quilts, Tile Art

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Blandine Anderson Ceramics and Paintings - Castle Gallery Inverness

Four Pottery Vessels in Animal Form, Northwestern Iran, circa half of the millennium B. Ceramic Teapots, Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Teapots Unique, Greek Pottery, Tile Crafts, Modern Artwork, Pottery Designs, Indigenous Art

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Four Pottery Vessels in Animal Form, Northwestern Iran, circa 1st half of the 1st millennium B.C. | Lot | Sotheby's

Black-Throated Diver stoneware Height 24cm £360 Ceramic Fish, Ceramic Birds, Ceramic Animals, Ceramic Art, Pottery Animals, Clay Animals, Pottery Painting, Ceramic Painting, Pottery Art

Blandine Anderson — cambridge contemporary art

Black-Throated Diver stoneware Height 24cm £360

Fish-shaped palette Egypt 36503300 B. Hard stone palettes were used to grind malachite (a green copper ore) for eye paint. Ancient Art, Ancient Egypt, Palette, Art Premier, Eye Painting, Green Copper, Effigy, Prehistory, Animal Sculptures

Fish-shaped palette, Egypt 3650–3300 B.C. . Hard stone palettes were used to grind malachite (a green copper ore) for eye paint.[1600x1124]

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Ointment vase in the shape of a bulti fish Ancient Fish, Ancient Egyptian Artifacts, Ancient Artefacts, Ancient Egypt Art, Animal Statues, Animal Sculptures, Sculpture Art, Egypt Animals, Vases

Ointment vase in the shape of a bolti fish | Middle Kingdom | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Ointment vase in the shape of a bulti fish Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Girga (el-Birba; This, Thinis), Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12–17 Date: ca. 1800–1550 B.C. Anhydrite The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 10.176.52

A one-of-a-kind, hand-sculpted ceramic bird pitcher to hold your favorite beverage or flowers. Choice of Long beak (Toucan) or Short Beak (Bird). Clay Birds, Ceramic Birds, Ceramic Vase, Vase With Lights, Vases, Effigy, Oil Bottle, Eye Shapes, Cute Creatures

Medium Ceramic Bird Pitcher Vase - Light

A one-of-a-kind, hand-sculpted ceramic bird pitcher to hold your favorite beverage or flowers. Choice of Long beak (Toucan) or Short Beak (Bird).

Ink tablet in the form of a turtle ( Han dynasty, 206 BCE - 220 CE) by an unknown Chinese artist. Earthenware with modelled and incised decor including the Eight Trigrams of the I-Ching (The Book of. Ceramic Clay, Ceramic Pottery, Wood Sculpture, Sculptures, Turtle Figurines, I Ching, Ceramic Animals, Effigy, Chinese Culture

Ink tablet in the form of a turtle, China ^ Minneapolis Institute of Art

This charming Han dynasty (206 BCE - 220 CE) ink stone, modeled in the form of a turtle, features "the eight trigrams" ba gua carved into the top of its removable shell. The eight trigrams are among the earliest and best-known images associated with Daoism. These visual symbols are the basis for the sixty-four hexagrams of the ancient divination text, the I-Qing or The Book of Changes which was formulated during Western Zhou (1050-772 BCE). In addition to divination, the eight trigrams…