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17.11.13 06:14 PM
Humans have ornamentally carved ivory since
prehistoric times, though until the 19th century
opening-up of the interior of...
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
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IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
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IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
IVORY CARVING  (A C )
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IVORY CARVING (A C )

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IVORY CARVING (A C )

  1. 1. 17.11.13 06:14 PM
  2. 2. Humans have ornamentally carved ivory since prehistoric times, though until the 19th century opening-up of the interior of Africa, it was usually a rare and expensive material used for luxury products. Very fine detail can be achieved, and as the material, unlike precious metals, has no bullion value and usually cannot easily be recycled, the survival rate for ivory pieces is much higher than for those in other materials. Ivory carving has a special importance to the medieval art of Europe and Byzantium because of this, and in particular as so little monumental sculpture was produced or has survived

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