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ivory

material derived from the tusks and teeth of animals


Other names: elephant ivoryслоновая костьIvoorvoriعاجܓܪܡܦܝܠܐgadingOlifanteburomarfilbolinorsunluuivoireIvoarשנהבहाथीदाँतbjelokostIvoroavorio象牙상아Eburmpɛ́mbɛ́ ya nzɔkudramblio kaulasဆင်စွယ်ivoorIviéthemarfimfildeșFildişigadíngziloņkaulsকরিদন্তEabharකැපූ ක්‍ෂීරපායී දළevòriآئیوریՓղոսկրงาช้างNgàதந்தம்eevorycioszubovinaслонова кісткаElfenbeinelfenbenelpendbānслановая косцьслонова костελεφαντόδοντοelefántcsontelfenbeinslonovačaслоновачаgading sebagai perhiasanსპილოს ძვალიSiong-ngàslonovinaElevandiluu

Depicted by

Kun Can
Chinese painter
John Rowley
Rowley, John (c.1668–1728), maker of scientific instruments and mechanic
Reginald Easton
British painter
Henri Michel
Belgian engineer and historian of astronomy

Female figure wearing jewellery
figurine-299--100
Female figure with a tall headress
figurine-200
Head of the Virgin Mary
figurine1601-1700
Landscape with waterfalls and trees
hanging scroll1636
English Copernican Armillary Sphere
armillary sphere1700
A lama of the Gelugpa sect
painting1801-1850
Plaque, possibly intended for a mirror case, depicting a master and pupil
painting1801-1900
Bahadur Shah Zafur
painting1850
Portrait of Mary Shelley
painting1851-1893
Okimono, or ornament, in the form of a devil throwing beans at the Setsubun festival
Okimono1851-1900
Okimono, or ornament, in the form of a monkey holding a branch
Okimono1900
Figure of an adult elephant
figurine1901-2000
Linear Astrolabe
astrolabe1943

Depicted in

Pan-bu-sayah. Master carver
watercolor painting1801

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