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Etruscan or Italic
7th century BCE
Alexander Blank
2011
ca. 1550–1479 B.C.
German
possibly late 16th century amber, with 18th-19th century metalwork mount
Western Desert
mid-19th–early 20th century
Ernesto Gismondi
designed 1976, manufactured later
Asmat people
early to mid-20th century
China
18th century
China
Mangbetu peoples
First half of 20th century
Quechua
16th century
Andreas Meyer
mounts ca. 1608–47, amber 19th century
Richard Artschwager
1964
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
1880–88
Schiaparelli
fall 1938
American
ca. 1885
Georg Baselitz
1969
Iatmul people
late 19th–early 20th century
1800–1900
Betty Woodman
1997
China
19th century
Bamana peoples
19th–20th century
Coclé
450–900 CE
Italic
5th century BCE
Japan
late 19th–early 20th century
6th–5th century BCE
Schiaparelli
winter 1938–39
China
late 19th–early 20th century
ca. 3650–3100 B.C.
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
1880–88
John R. Morgan
1936
American or European
20th century
probably northern European (probably German)
late 17th century
Japan
18th century
American or European
20th century
Native American (Haida)
19th century
John Galliano
spring/summer 1998
Etruscan
7th–6th century BCE
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
1880–88