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Narrenzepter (Fool's Scepter) Inventarnummer: T1294 Datierung: letztes Drittel 16. Jh. Material/Technik: Elfenbein, Buchsbaumholz, Schellenkragen Seide, grün, weiß, rosa, Samt, Damast, Futter Seide, beige, Leinwandbindung, Seidenfäden, grün und beige, Metallfaden, silber- und goldfarben, Schellen Silber, Nieten silberfarben Maße: L. 39 cm

Playing card with a Tailor, 1455

Silver gilded pomander, the second quarter of the 16th century, Germany, Length: (with chain) 18.5 cm, Diameter: (open) 6.5 cm

Italian man's cioppa, 1440.

Fede Galizia, Judith with the Head of Holofernes, 1596 by sea95lion, via Flickr Eyelets. Certainly different from the idea of a lacing strip under the edge

1450. looks like the bottom of the strap is attached to the base.

The Dacre Gryphon (Figure)

1507-1525, Cumbria, England. The Dacre Gryphon carved banner stand. The Dacre Beasts are rare survivors of a tradition of heraldic ornament. They represent one of the most powerful families in northern England and are a unique survivors of free standing, large-scale wooden heraldic sculpture from the English Renaissance. The figures are holding 19th century banners.

Katharina Renate von Innerösterreich

1560 English: Bones from the ankles of hoofed animals such as sheep, were used as playthings in the popular game Knucklebones. Six in total found at Harborough (four small and two large). The game was played usually with five knucklebones, which are thrown up and caught in various ways. Pieter Brueghel the Elder’s painting, Children’s Games represents the game in action.