Dagger (Qama) with Sheath and Knife
- Dated: 1856–57, 1861
- Culture: Caucasian
- Medium: steel, bone, silver, gold, shark skin, ivory, niello, iron
- Measurements: Dagger (a); L. with sheath 19 1/4 in. (48.9 cm); L. without sheath 19 1/16 in. (48.4 cm); L. of blade 14 3/4 in. (37.5 cm); W. 1 3/4 in. (4.5 cm); D. 15/16 in. (2.4 cm); Wt. 12.8 oz. (362.9 g); Wt. of sheath 4.5 oz. (127.6 g); knife (c); L. 7 1/2 in. (19.1 cm); L. of blade 3 11/16 in. (9.4 cm); W. 9/16 in. (1.4 cm); D. 5/16 in. (0.8 cm); Wt. 0.8 oz. (22.7 g)
I tried to make the creepers scream like Lemongrab. Tried being the operative word.
i’m just staring at this and being like WOW
So Excentrique’s spring range is interesting.I think I want most of it.
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Top coat and vest: 377.49 USD
Corset Skirt: 296.22 USD
Mini-Corset: 163.43 USD
Total: 673.71 USD [With-out mini-corset]
PAGING THE INFAMOUS BLUEJAY. PAGING THE INFAMOUS BLUEJAY.
THIS IS THE BEST FASHION EVER
I think the neighbors heard me laugh
somehow someone’s gonna make this to be about dean winchester.
I think about this every day
watch this shirtless dude do a flawless kristen wiig skit for some reason
Born in 1971 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, artist Jason de Graaf specializes in hyperrealistic still life paintings using acrylics. In an interview with Poets and Artists magazine (p. 83), de Graaf says he went to college for illustration and design but fell in love with painting after an illustrator named Sharif Taraby came into his class to give a painting demonstration.
Jason is represented by Galerie de Bellefeuille in Montreal.