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King Thibaw Ivory Carving Burma

King Thibaw Ivory Carving Burma

Burmese Gilded Lacquered Betel Set

Burmese Gilded Lacquered Betel Set

HRH the Myothit Princess Thiri Thuriya Dhamma Devi, daughter of King Mindon, half-sister of King Thibaw, wife of the Prince of Kawlin. Photograph c. 1880.

HRH the Myothit Princess Thiri Thuriya Dhamma Devi, daughter of King Mindon, half-sister of King Thibaw, wife of the Prince of Kawlin. Photograph c. 1880.

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The Oldenborg Horn. Legend has it that Count Otto, the first Count of Oldenborg, received the horn in 989, and it was handed to him by a maiden who offered him to quelch his thirst. He wisely discarded the fluid but kept the horn. However, the horn, made of silver and decorated with enamel, was made c. 1465. It was presumably a gift to the cathedral in Cologne from Christian I

The Oldenborg Horn. Legend has it that Count Otto, the first Count of Oldenborg, received the horn in 989, and it was handed to him by a maiden who offered him to quelch his thirst. He wisely discarded the fluid but kept the horn. However, the horn, made of silver and decorated with enamel, was made c. 1465. It was presumably a gift to the cathedral in Cologne from Christian I

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