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  • White bead necklace

    Sterling silver necklace with an annular white glass bead.
    The glass bead is made according to a tradition that dates back to the Bronze Age.
    Glass beads like these are known from the Bronze Age, Iron Age and Early Medieval times.
  • Bowl in iron age tradition


    Bowl, made after examples from the Iron Age. This kind of bowl mainly occurs in the Middle Iron Age (475-250 BC). This bowl is decorated with an applied staff band with nail impressions.

  • comb-pattern pottery

    Comb-pattern pot


    Pot with comb-pattern.

    Pottery has been around since the Neolithic, more than 7000 years ago. For a long time this was formed by hand and no turntable was involved. Various techniques were used to make pots by hand, such as by joining rolls or sheets of clay together. In every period and every culture, the pottery had specific characteristics.

    This vase is a reference to hand-formed pottery with comb-pattern.

  • Flower pot with handmade, rough look 23 x 11 cm


    This flower pot looks like it has been handmade and has been tainted with clay to create a rough surface. It refers to pots that were made in the Iron Age.

  • Iron age fibula


    Fibula based on Iron Age examples.

    A fibula is a cloak pin. They were used before the introduction of the button.

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  • Merovingian like tea light holder

    Lantern in Merovingian style


    The decoration on the wall of this lantern is reminiscent of the decoration of glass threads that were applied to, for example, Merovingian pouch cups.

  • teapot chinese scene

    Teapot with Chinese scene


    Teapot 0.8 liter

    The first records of tea imported into Europe from the Far East date to the second half of the 16th century. When the consumption of exotic drinks became widespread, a clear relationship arose with adapted containers, such as porcelain. The decorations were created in an interaction between the demand in the area of consumption and the producers in Asia. In this way, consumers ultimately formed their own ‘fictional’ image of Chinese culture. This product shows such a hybrid image of ‘Chinese’ representations.