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Yumi-dai (archery stand), mid-19th century, Japan. Comprising a wooden shaft with brass and tooled leather mounts, two bows of black lacquer bound with red-lacquered rattan bands; the utsubo (quiver) of roiro, lacquered in gold hiramakie with mitsu-tomoe mon containing ten bamboo-shaft arrows with gold and black lacquer details. Source: Japanese Aesthetics
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Pierre-Ambroise Richebourg - Armures Historiques de l’Arsenal de Tsarskoe-Selo, 1859
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hismarmorealcalm:

Photograph by André Kertész  Interior with sculpture 1920s
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Child with lace collar, posed with dog - George Eastman House Collection, 1880
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