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Link A group of various Asian ivory carvings incl. a falconer, 19th C.
Link Clarice Cliff, Art Deco & 20th Century Design - Lot 1013
Link 19th Century Italian Bronze Falconer
Link Statue of a falconer in the Foro Italico district of Rome, Italy
Book Woodward, Ann; Hunter, John; Ixer, Rob; Roe, Fiona; Potts, Philip J.; Webb, Peter C.; Watson, John S The authors review the significance of bracers by undertaking a detailed examination of their morphology,fragmentation, manufacture and wear. The results have a number of implications regarding their
Book Wallis R.J. Re-examining stone ‘wrist-guards’ as evidence for falconry in later prehistoric Brit Wallis R.J. Re-examining stone ‘wrist-guards’ as evidence for falconry in later prehistoric Britain
Link "The Falconer" by Seth Armstrong, 2015. Oil on paper on wood
Link Bowl Depicting a Falconer and Four Pairs of Seated Figures, 12th-13th century. Fritware, covered wit
Book The Diary of Master William Silence by Right Hon. D.H.Madden, 1897. The Diary of Master William Silence. A Study of Shakespare & of Elizabethan Sport by Right Hon. D.H.Madden, 1897.
Link "The Falconer" Polish winged hussar
Link A falconer, standing half length, in a feathered hat - (circle of) Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (1606
Link Portrait of Geertruyt, Margaret and Anna Delft, the daughters of the artist, Jacob Willemsz. Delff (
Link Michiel de Ruyter and his family, Juriaen Jacobsz, 1662
Link Chess figure by Anonimous sculpture, ca 1550
Link Lid of a mirror box with chess man and woman by Anonymous Sculptor, 1350
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