A Greek Bronze Helmet of Apulo-Corinthian Type. Southern Italy, ca 4th century BC. Representing the later style of the characteristic Corinthian form, this is an example of personal armour worn by the Italic Greeks around the 4th century BC and an essential addition to any ancient weaponry collection. It is skillfully constructed from hammered sheet bronze. This and more militaria, arms and armor for sale on CuratorsEye.com.
Acrylic painting on vintage paper. About the paper : I buy on car boot sale or second-hand store some old french book printed from 1860 to 1930 for the remarkable quality of the paper. It has a good thickness, it is sometimes laminated, and usually it is made from hemp or cotton. Furthermore, touched by the time, each sheet is unique. A little bit yellow, usually with some brown spot, it also release the smell of old that I like.