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Historical Reproduction Decor

 

Bronze Reproduction Roman Oil Lamp
Bronze Reproduction Roman Oil Lamp
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Category: Home Décor/Historic Collectibles

Rome's ancient history is a constant source of inspiration at the family-run workshop where our bronze lamp is crafted. Working from sketches of artifacts, the designers sculpt a wax model in precise detail. The model is encased in clay, and then the clay is based, the wax melts, leaving a perfect mold. They pour molten bronze into the mold to create a perfect replica, which they finish with a verdigris patina.


$125.00
Bronze Reproduction Roman Soldier Armor
Bronze Reproduction Roman Soldier Armor
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Category: Home Décor/Historic Collectibles

Bring a piece of Roman military history into your home or office with this handmade replica of a 2nd-century soldier's armor. In their Tuscan metal-smithing studio, this family casts a miniature version of the type of armor that would have been worn by a legionnaire or centurion.


$295.00
Terra-cotta Chinese Warriors - Set of 4
Terra-cotta Chinese Warriors - Set of 4
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Category: Home Décor/Historic Collectibles

In 1974, the vast burial chamber of third-century Chinese Emperor Qin Shi Huang was discovered by farmers in the north-central Shaanxi Province. It contained more than 7,000 life-size terra-cotta warriors. This set of four handcrafted miniature terra-cotta models of classic poses general, soldier, and archer arrives in a black silk gift box. The National Geographic Museum is sponsoring an exhibition of Qin warriors and other burial artifacts in fall 2009.


$39.00
Titanic Coin Card
Titanic Coin Card
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Category: Home Décor/Historic Collectibles

On Tuesday, April 16, 1912, The New York Times reported the sinking of the White Star luxury liner Titanic, one of the most studied disasters of the 20th century. This vinyl collectors' portfolio includes a miniature, official reproduction of the paper's front page and two genuine U.S. 1912 coins: a wheat penny and a Liberty Head nickel—the last year the Liberty Head nickel was struck for circulation. The Titanic disaster has captured the public’s imagination for a century, and with the centennial of the event in 2012, collectibles and memorabilia are more popular than ever.


$35.00