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This is a cast bronze Medusa door knocker. An example of how Medusa is still seen in everyday​ life. Door Knockers Unique, Door Knobs And Knockers, Cool Doors, Unique Doors, Door Detail, Door Furniture, Furniture Hardware, Windows And Doors, Knock Knock
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Medusa

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The Medusa plant is a cactus or succulent that is more commonly known by the name Medusa head (Euphorbia flanaganii) Cacti And Succulents, Planting Succulents, Cactus Plants, Face Planters, Garden Planters, Pot Jardin, My Secret Garden, Air Plants, Yard Art
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Webshots - Wallpaper / Screen Savers

Webshots, the best in Wallpaper, Desktop Backgrounds, and Screen Savers since 1995.

In Greek mythology MEDUSA---was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as having the face of a hideous human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair. Victorian Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Antique Brooches, Antique Rings, Cameo Jewelry, Fine Jewelry, The Face, Greek Mythology
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Wedgwood and Bentley Solid Blue Jasper Plaque of Medusa, England, Porcelain Ceramics, China Porcelain, Wedgwood Pottery, Nantucket Baskets, Blue Pottery, Z Arts, Silver Work, Cake Icing, Art Object

Wedgwood and Bentley Solid Blue Jasper Plaque of Medusa | Sale Number 2222, Lot Number 257 | Skinner Auctioneers

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"Medusa" -- 1911 -- Vincenzo Gemito -- Italian, Naples -- Parcel-gilt silver -- Belonging to the Getty Museum Art Nouveau, Medusa Gorgon, Medusa Head, Turn To Stone, Getty Museum, Ancient Jewelry, Sculpture, Western Art, Oeuvre D'art
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Medusa Vincenzo Gemito, Italian, 1852 - 1929 Naples by Litz Collection

Medusa Vincenzo Gemito, Italian, 1852 - 1929 Naples Drawing by Litz Collection

Terracotta two-handled vase with Medusa Greek South Italy Apulian Canosan late century BCE Met Ancient Greek Art, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Medusa Gorgon, Greek Pottery, Minoan, Ancient Artifacts, Terracotta, Sculpture
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Terracotta two-handled vase with Medusa Greek South Italy Apulian Canosan late 4th century BCE

Photographed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, New York.

View this item and discover similar brooches for sale at - Elizabeth Locke creates a bold and dramatic pin-pendant featuring a Venetian Glass Medusa framed by eight smokey quartz cabochons. 2 X 2 inches in 24k Gold Jewelry, Glass Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Jewelery, Bold Rings, Art Nouveau Jewelry, Emerald Cut Diamonds, Smokey Quartz, Modern Jewelry
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Elizabeth Locke Venetian Glass Medusa Pin Pendant

View this item and discover similar for sale at 1stdibs - Elizabeth Locke creates a bold and dramatic pin-pendant featuring a Venetian Glass Medusa framed by eight smokey quartz cabochons. 2 X 2 1/4 inches in

archaicwonder: “ Roman Glass Medusa, Century AD Molded glass in the shape of facing Medusa, according to the type known as Medusa Rondanini, on the original pedestal. Roman History, Art History, Ancient Artefacts, Turn To Stone, Classical Antiquity, 1st Century, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Mythical Creatures
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Roman Glass Medusa, 1st Century AD

Roman Glass Medusa, 1st Century ADMolded glass in the shape of facing Medusa, according to the type known as Medusa Rondanini, on the original pedestal.

Head of Medusa, a scupture by Arnold Bocklin (Swiss, Papier mache and plaster. Open-mouthed head with coppery locks and snakes issuing from a domed black medallion with molded and gilt rim Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Medusa Gorgon, Dark Paintings, Saint Stephen, Museum Of Fine Arts, Les Oeuvres, Mythology, Pop Culture

Head of Medusa by Arnold Böcklin

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christiandiorhypnoticpoison:“ cair–paravel:“Brooch by Wilhelm Lucas von Cranach, Berlin, 1902 (via). Victorian Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Vintage Jewelry, Jewelry Crafts, Jewelry Art, Jewelry Design, List Of Flowers, Berlin, Medusa Head

Art Nouveau Style (@ArtNouveau3)

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Heroic armor of the Italian Renaissance 1988

Giant Medusa head from the frieze of the Temple of Apollo at Didyma (Turkey), century AD. Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman Sculpture, Lion Sculpture, Rome Art, Medusa Head, History Images
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Stone-carved Medusa head from the temple of Apollo at Didyma

This giant Medusa head was formerly part of a frieze on the architrave of the Apollo Temple at Didyma (Turkey).

Medusa carved on ornate wood door in Francois I Gallery at Fontainebleau Turn To Stone, Bone Carving, Royal Palace, Old Master, Wood Doors, Les Oeuvres, Wood Art, Sculpting, Lion Sculpture
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Medusa carved in the woodwork of the Francois I Gallery at Fontainebleau

Photographed at the royal palace of Fontainebleau, 55 km southeast of Paris, France.

Portrait of Medusa by Rene Lalique Bijoux Art Nouveau, Art Nouveau Jewelry, Alphonse Mucha, Lalique Jewelry, Medusa Gorgon, Argent Antique, Avant Garde Artists, Art Deco Design, French Artists
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Master Lalique

Continuing on with fin de Siècle excess and beauty, it would be impossible not to mention the Master of the Jeweled Arts, René Lalique.Female Face Pendant ca. 1898-1900 glass, silver, enamel, gol…

"Perseus holding the a gladius and lifting the head of Medusa" (Detail) - Plan: number 30 - The villa of San Marco at Stabiae (=Castellammare di Stabia/Naples) - beginning augustan age/claudian age - buried by Vesuvian eruption 79 AD Roman Sculpture, Medusa Head, Ancient Romans, Bury, Naples, Lions, Mythology, Fairy Tales, Villa
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"Perseus holding the a gladius and lifting the head of Medusa" (Detail) - Plan: number 30 - The villa of San Marco at Stabiae (=Castellammare di Stabia/Naples) - beginning augustan age/claudian age - buried by Vesuvian eruption 79 AD

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For Sale on - From acclaimed jeweler, Elizabeth Locke this 19 Karat carved burgundy glass cameo brooch depicting the head of medusa of Greek mythology. The oval cameo Cameo Pendant, Pearl Pendant, Perseus And Medusa, Aquamarine Pendant, Aquamarine Earrings, Gold Brooches, Vintage Brooches, Victorian Gold, Coral And Gold

Elizabeth Locke Medusa Cameo Brooch

From acclaimed jeweler, Elizabeth Locke this 19 Karat carved burgundy glass cameo brooch depicting the head of medusa of Greek mythology. The oval cameo measures 1 ½ by 2 ¼ inches. The cameo is set in a heavy gold border supported by to gold columns with square diopside gems. The brooch measures 2 ¾ by 1 ⅞ inches. This is certainly one of Elizabeth Locke's more artistic pieces, both beautiful and highly collectable.