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ivory

material derived from the tusks and teeth of animals


Other names: белая костьIvoorvoriعاجܓܪܡܦܝܠܐgadingOlifanteburomarfilbolinorsunluuivoireIvoarשנהבहाथीदाँतBjelokostGadingIvoroavorio象牙상아Eburmpɛ́mbɛ́ ya nzɔkudramblio kaulasဆင်စွယ်ivoorIviéthemarfimfildeșFildişiGadíngMarfilziloņkaulsকরিদন্তEabharකැපූ ක්‍ෂීරපායී දළevòriآئیوریՓղոսկրงาช้างNgàதந்தம்eevoryCioszubovinaСлонова кісткаElfenbeinGading sebagai perhiasanსპილოს ძვალი

Depicted by

Kun Can
Chinese painter

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
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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