Comb, ivory 675-650 BC. Marsiliana d’Albegna (Grosseto), Banditella cemetery, Circle of the Ivories. Florence, National Archaeological Museum Burials in the National Archaeological Museum of Florence: Fernando Guerrini and Mauro del Sarto
Indian, Hair Comb, 19th—20th century, Gold and red stones. | This heavy, solid-gold hair comb is surmounted by a pair of rearing lions with their tails curling upward. Elaborate foliate forms issue from their mouths. An elegantly curved bar with a central bead connects their heads. The body of the comb features a pair of engraved stylized phoenix birds or dragons with intricate swirling bodies. Two red stones adorn the ends of the comb.
Wood comb from the Akan peoples (?) of Ghana, 19th–20th century | The Metropolitan Museum
Extremely rare Ornamental comb Dian Culture, Yunnan Province, China Western Han (206BC-8AD) Bronze cast handle with a rider flanked by two hounds, malachite inlays on both sides. Jade teeth incised with stylised design. Well developed patination. Size: 9,6 cm