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ACHAEMENID SILVER SPOON, 4TH CENTURY BC  With a duck’s head (at the bowl), a leaping lion and a griffin.

An example of a society who do not take materials for granted. The ancients knew the benefits of forming silver with details which is why no surface was left blank

Gold vessel, Early Iron Age - Sakae Culture. 5th - 4th century BC - Siberian collection of Peter I - Russia, Siberia

cast and chased. 16 cm, H. - century BC Siberian collection of Peter I,-Siberia Source of Entry: Kunstkammer, St Petersburg. 1860 The State Hermitage Museum.

A nicely decorated Achaemenid bronze bowl. The bowl was cast and three bands of stamped and incised decoration were added by hand. This shape was used often in Persian metal work of the Achaemenid Empire and was adopted by other cultures such as the Greeks and was also seen in glass of the Roman period. Achaemenid {Persian} Empire 5th- 4th Century BC.

An Achaemenid bronze bowl, used often in Persian metal work of the Achaemenid Empire and was adopted by other cultures such as the Greeks and was also seen in glass of the Roman period.

Nadir Shah at the sack of Delhi

Equestrian portrait of Nadir Shah Afshar Persian Afsharid Period About 45 Possibly by Muhammad Ali ibn Abd al-Bayg ibn Ali Quli Jabbadar (Iranian, century) Object Place: Isfahan, Iran