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This obi is about 60 years old and features a natural, rural scene.

This obi is about 60 years old and features a natural, rural scene.

Sculpture representing an agrimensor (land surveyor). Museo Della Civilta Romana (Museum of Roman Civilisation), Roman art Artwork-location: Rome, Museo Della Civiltà Romana (Museum Of Roman Civilisation)

Sculpture representing an agrimensor (land surveyor). Museo Della Civilta Romana (Museum of Roman Civilisation), Roman art Artwork-location: Rome, Museo Della Civiltà Romana (Museum Of Roman Civilisation)

This is a vintage Japanese candy press, called a rakugan kashigata. The mold is shaped like a turtles shell!

This is a vintage Japanese candy press, called a rakugan kashigata. The mold is shaped like a turtles shell!

Firecracker Brands | Vintage Chinese Macau Tiger Brand Firecracker Labels 10 of This Label ...

Firecracker Brands | Vintage Chinese Macau Tiger Brand Firecracker Labels 10 of This Label ...

SOURCE lotta olsson Oh my… where do I get the magical seeds to plant one of these beauties!? Sigh… these stunning tree collages by Swedish artist Lotta Olsson are helping me believe that spring is …

SOURCE lotta olsson Oh my… where do I get the magical seeds to plant one of these beauties!? Sigh… these stunning tree collages by Swedish artist Lotta Olsson are helping me believe that spring is …

This obi with cranes is about 60 years old and nearly 13 feet long!

This obi with cranes is about 60 years old and nearly 13 feet long!

2 of 4 "Kabuki – Shunkyō Kagami Jishi 1910s.  A Kabuki dancer as the rampaging spirit of a shishi (mythical lion), who falls asleep after sporting among the peonies, only to be awoken by two kochō (butterflies) that tease him mercilessly as he angrily tries to catch them. He works himself into a mighty rage, flinging his luxuriant mane around in a fury of movement." Image and text via Blue Ruin 1 of Flickr

2 of 4 "Kabuki – Shunkyō Kagami Jishi 1910s. A Kabuki dancer as the rampaging spirit of a shishi (mythical lion), who falls asleep after sporting among the peonies, only to be awoken by two kochō (butterflies) that tease him mercilessly as he angrily tries to catch them. He works himself into a mighty rage, flinging his luxuriant mane around in a fury of movement." Image and text via Blue Ruin 1 of Flickr

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