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Italian, probably Rome
second half 16th century
French
1400–25
North Central Thailand, Sukhothai
15th century
André Charles Boulle
ca. 1690
American
1870–75
Bretby Art Pottery
ca. 1900
Karl L. H. Müller
1876
American
1870–75
Korea
5th–6th century
French
17th–18th century
India (probably Bengal)
late 12th century
Ghiora Aharoni
2017
Giambologna
model ca. 1579; cast possibly late 16th century
Christophe Veyrier
1684
Sèvres Manufactory
1772
American
ca. 1870
Indonesia (Java)
ca. second half of the 10th century
Korea
5th–6th century
Korea
5th–6th century
American
1870
André Charles Boulle
second half 17th century
Charles-Henri-Joseph Cordier
1862
Roman, Cypriot
ca. 2nd–3rd century CE
Italian
second half 17th century
Pierre Philippe Thomire
lapidary work: early 19th century; pedestal and mounts: 1819
possibly Italian
19th or 20th century
French
17th–18th century
Japan
early 19th century
British, Etruria, Staffordshire
ca. 1780–1800
Chinese, for British market
ca. 1780
Korea
5th–6th century
French
19th century
French
style of 18th century
Herter Brothers
1879–82
Joseph-Charles Marin
late 18th century
American
1865–80
French
18th century
Italian
late 16th century
British
ca. 1775
Josiah Wedgwood
ca. 1783