CRABE - Collection TORNER
darksilenceinsuburbia: “ CRABE - Collection TORNER Illustration provenant de la collection originale des illustrations botaniques et zoologiques faites pendant l’expédition espagnole de 1787-1803...
Sapphire Blue Crab Crystal Pin Brooch And Pendant
crab symbolizes sign Cancer astrology This particular copper finish covered beautiful sapphire swarovski crystals Stays place securely with metal clasp back Specifications Size inches Frame Color Copper tone Stone color Sapphire
Antique and Vintage Brooches - 8,070 For Sale at 1stdibs
Shop diamond and pearl brooches and other antique and vintage brooches from the world's best jewelry dealers. Global shipping available.
Rosanjin, (1883-1959) is known for the wide ranging ceramics he touched. Sidney Cardozo wrote, "the amazing thing about Rosanjin was that he had but to put his hands on a pot or a plate or a bowl and no matter who had produced the object, suddenly by a pinch of the fingers, a twisting of shape, an unbalancing of form, a scratching with a sharp tool, or a flick of the brush, the object became his and his alone." (The Art of Rosanjin, Tokyo: Kodansha, 1987, p. 13)
The Daily Crab by JoAnn Wheeler
The Daily Crab is a painting by JoAnn Wheeler which was uploaded on August 15th, 2010. The painting may be purchased as wall art, home decor, apparel, phone cases, greeting cards, and more. All products are produced on-demand and shipped worldwide within 2 - 3 business days.
Crabby Monday - Classy Girls Wear Pearls
Shirt: J.Crew Shorts: Madewell (similar) Bag: J.Crew Shoes: Etienne Aigner (DIY anchors) Bracelets: Kiel James Patrick. Asha ℅, Glasses: Karen Walker
Jeremy Sinkus (H.O.T.S. Glass Studio) Glass Artist | Artful Home
When Jeremy Sinkus started flameworking glass, he found a medium that spoke both water and stone—a deep abyss full of possibilities to explore. For Sinkus, glass is the perfect medium to create sea life and minerals, two of his passions in the natural world. Flameworking, kiln casting, and cold working—Sinkus uses a variety of techniques to create his unique work. Shaping glass in two different states, both hot and cold, brings out two different aesthetics for the artist. When glass is hot…