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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

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

Etruscan sarcophagus C.200BC National Archaeological Museum of Perugia

Etruscan sarcophagus C.200BC National Archaeological Museum of Perugia

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Africa | Comb from the Asante people of Ghana | Wood | A comb was a popular gift for an engagement.This comb is inscribed "Akua" and "Ahima" along with the date "1932"

Africa | Comb from the Asante people of Ghana | Wood | A comb was a popular gift for an engagement.This comb is inscribed "Akua" and "Ahima" along with the date "1932"

Peigne étrusque en bronze (2)

Peigne étrusque en bronze (2)

Artist: Etruscan art Title: Comb with sphinx motifs, from Marsiliana Location: Archaeological Museum City: Florence Country: Italy Period/Style: Etruscan Genre: Minor arts  Note: Avorio. Alt. cm 10.-   Credits:Photo Scala, Florence - courtesy of the Ministero Beni e Att. Culturali

Artist: Etruscan art Title: Comb with sphinx motifs, from Marsiliana Location: Archaeological Museum City: Florence Country: Italy Period/Style: Etruscan Genre: Minor arts Note: Avorio. Alt. cm 10.- Credits:Photo Scala, Florence - courtesy of the Ministero Beni e Att. Culturali

Peigne de poche à l'Indien

Peigne de poche à l'Indien

Ornamental comb Etruscan, 500-300BC  Bronze cast Size: 6,5 cm across

Ornamental comb Etruscan, 500-300BC Bronze cast Size: 6,5 cm across

Art Nouveau - Peigne d'ornement - René Lalique

Art Nouveau - Peigne d'ornement - René Lalique

Urn from Chiusi.  Clay. Ca. 600 B.C. Chiusi, National Etruscan Museum.

Urn from Chiusi. Clay. Ca. 600 B.C. Chiusi, National Etruscan Museum.

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