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// André Borderie. Glazed ceramic dish, 1960. art design shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtDesignShop

// André Borderie. Glazed ceramic dish, 1960. art design shop https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtDesignShop

Homemade Brushes 1; http://www.richwallerart.com/Techniques-Reconstructing-and-making-brushes.html

Homemade Brushes 1; http://www.richwallerart.com/Techniques-Reconstructing-and-making-brushes.html

japanese ink sticks | The ink stick and its qualities are described with practical ...

japanese ink sticks | The ink stick and its qualities are described with practical ...

Three stone carved balls; Later Neolithic 3000 – 2000 BC, found at Novar, Ross-shire, and Old Deer, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Over 400 of these stone carved balls have been discovered at sites mainly in the north and east of Scotland.

Three stone carved balls; Later Neolithic 3000 – 2000 BC, found at Novar, Ross-shire, and Old Deer, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Over 400 of these stone carved balls have been discovered at sites mainly in the north and east of Scotland.

Archeologists say these spheres of stone carvings dating from approximately 4000 BC, and were made of different stones ranging from sandstone to granite. More than 425 of these artifacts are now known and three hundred and seventy-five of these spheres are most of the same size, with a diameter of 70 mm approx., but there are also some up to 114 mm diameter. They are different from each other. Some were carved with four or six simple buttons and decorated, seven buttons, eight or even 33…

Archeologists say these spheres of stone carvings dating from approximately 4000 BC, and were made of different stones ranging from sandstone to granite. More than 425 of these artifacts are now known and three hundred and seventy-five of these spheres are most of the same size, with a diameter of 70 mm approx., but there are also some up to 114 mm diameter. They are different from each other. Some were carved with four or six simple buttons and decorated, seven buttons, eight or even 33…

Carved Stone Ball © University of Aberdeen. dated between 3200 and 1500 BCE (5200 and 3500 years ago). There have been many of these found mostly from the Neolithic period

Carved Stone Ball © University of Aberdeen. dated between 3200 and 1500 BCE (5200 and 3500 years ago). There have been many of these found mostly from the Neolithic period