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Maybe I'm over romanticizing this, but I swore there was a spark (maybe it was just loose wiring haha) On the outside you are perfect. And the glimpses I've seen of the inner you were amazing too. I still wish I could get to know you better.
Throne, Roman, late 1st century A.D. “This object was not intended to have a The motif of the empty throne symbolized a deity or a departed hero. The presence of the snake suggests that this one was dedicated to Apollo, who killed the dragon called Python, often depicted as a serpent.
Tom Riddle's gravestone, he was later to become Lord Voldemort. (from Harry Potter books by J.K. Rowling) Inspired by gravestones in Highgate cemetery, London. Harry Potter Tour, Warner Brothers Studios, Watford
An elaborately carved and figured Victorian Renaissance Revival hall chair. Second half 19th century, walnut, the horizontal crestrail centering addorsed griffins flanked by crowned eagles above a pierced back with cherubs supporting a shield and lion's mask between foliate carved stiles joined to female sphinx-mounted arms with foliate scroll terminals on leonine uprights over a shaped padded seat with an acanthus and scrolling vine carved seatrail, on square tapering leg.