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This Is A-one-of-a-kind - Natural Green Jade Pendant - Metal: Yellow Gold Karat: 14k Stone Size: 51mm Details: Good Luck Center Bamboo Rim - This Is Guaranteed Grade A Jade (jadeite) Artistic Findings
Alexander Calder SOLEIL SUR LES VAGUES 1973 Lithograph
This is a lithograph titled "SOLEIL SUR LES VAGUES" by Alexander Calder. Beautiful art piece on extra thick paper with gorgeous vibrant colors. Sheet measures 31" x 23". Published in 1973 by XXE in Paris, France as a rare UN-signed and UN-numbered edition. Publishers stamp is on back of image. Comes with a certificate of authenticity Artistic Findings
Natural Green Jade Pendant
Natural Green Jade Pendant - Metal: N/A Karat: N/A Stone Size: ~4x28mm Details: CARVED FLORA PI DISC - This Is Grade ‘A’ Jade: Natural, Untreated Jadeite Jade Only Beeswax Is Used To Fill The Stone’S Microscopic Surface Pores -As Has Been Done For Centuries. - Why Is It Carved? When A Piece Of Jade Is Carved, It Is Done With A Twofold Purpose: To Create A Pleasing, Meaningful Object And To Remove Imperfections In The Material. Given Two Pieces Of Jade Of Equivalent Size, Color And Translucence, One Carved And The Other Smooth, The Smoother Piece Is Of A Higher Value. Of Course, The Value Of A Carved Piece Is Dependent Not Only On The Material Itself, But On The Manner In Which The Material Is Used. In A Sense, It Is A Carver'S Function To Remove The Minimum Possible Amount Of Material, While Creating A Saleable, Aesthetic Piece. Return To Top What About Dye And Fakes? As With Other Precious Stones, There Have Been Many Attempts To Enhance (And Even Synthesize) Jade. Most Of These Have Been Detectable By Standard And Accessible Gemological Methods Until The Late 1980'S When A New Process Of Treating Jadeite Came About. This Method Involves Bleaching An Already-Promising But Stained Stone, And Then Impregnating It With A Form Of Plastic. The Result Is Called "B" Jade. Currently, Infrared Spectroscopy Is The Only Test For The Detection Of Polymer In Jadeite. - - Red Jade Can Be Heated To Increase The Redness, But The Usual Result Is A Dull Brown, And Translucence Is Lost. This Process, By The Way, Is Irreversible. Lavender Can Pose Somewhat Of A Problem; It Has A Long History Of Being Dyed In A Form Of "Blueberry Juice." In Some Cases, Dyed Lavender Can Be Spotted Right Off (In Fractured Material, Dye Will Accumulate In Fissures); But It Is Not Always Possible To Detect Dyed Lavender By Eye Alone. Most Dyes Fade With Time And Exposure To Sunlight. We Recommend Buying From A Reputable Source From Which One Has Recourse. Common Jade Fakes Include Serpentine (Also Bowenite), Carnelian, Aventurine Quartz, Glass, Grossularite, Idocrase And Soapstone. This Is Not A Complete List. Bear In Mind That Materials Known As New Jade, Honan Jade, Korean Jade, Metajade And Sinkiang Jade Are Almost Never Actually Jade. The Term Jade Is Synonymous With "Precious" In Chinese And Thus "Korean Jade" May Be No More Jade Than A "Golden Sunset" Contains Gold. Artistic Findings
This Is A AMEDEO MODIGLIANI Giclee on Canvas Titled "PORTRAIT OF THORA KLINCKOWSTROM" Measuring - 28 3/4 x 44 in. This Giclée is high-resolution and of the highest quality, has a color permanence rating in excess of 100 years. Printed on Canvas, this beautiful piece of art is unparalleled in quality and range of color. Giclées are Museum quality Fine-Art Prints, also called Archival Prints. A Fine-art Giclée is the closest to an original painting you can get. Giclées are truly durable "Museum quality" Pieces of art. The color and artistic value, quality of materials, and overall look make a Fine-art Giclée much more valuable and much more expensive to produce than any serigraph or lithograph. Artistic Findings
Limited Edition Hand Signed Serigraph By Itzchak Tarkay Titled "Red Hat". Medium: Serigraph On White Coventry Paper.  Hand Signed And Numbered By The Artist. This Subject Is Numbered From An Edition Size Of 750. Paper Size: 11" X 13.5. Image Size: 9" X 11.5". Includes Certificate Of Authenticity. Unframed. Mint Condition. B. 1935 — Artist Itzhak Tarkay When Only Nine Years Old, Tarkay Was Sent To Mathausen Concentration Camp By The Nazis. In 1949 He And His Family Immigrated To Israel And By 1951 He Had Received A Scholarship To The Bezalel Art Academy. Tarkay Has Achieved Recognition As A Leading Representative Of A New Generation Of Figurative Artists. The Inspiration For Tarkay's Work Clearly Lies With French Impressionism. While Summing Up The Characteristics Of His Model Subject Without Relying On The Precise Copying Of Natural Forms, Or The Patient Assembling Of Exact Detail, Tarkay's Rich Tapestry Of Form And Color Is Achieved Through The Use Of Silk—Screen Painting. Many Colors Are Laid Over One Another And Used To Create Texture And Transparency. Today, Tarkay Is Considered To Be One Of The Most Influential Artists Of The Early 21st Century And Has Inspired Many Artists Throughout The Globe With His Deep Thought Depiction Of The Different Figures. Many Writers Had Written Books About Tarkay And Tarkay Art.  We Very Much Appreciate Your Interest In This Piece. Any Further Inquiry Can Be Addressed At Info@Artisticfindings.Com. We Look Forward To Hearing From You! Thank You. The Staff At Artistic Findings.  Artistic Findings
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4790 S. Eastern Avenue #103
Las Vegas, NV 89119
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