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09-13-2015, 04:39 PM   #22366
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09-13-2015, 06:33 PM   #22368
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Kitchen fit for a The King.

Seriously though, it looks like a regular kitchen but maybe in the 60s this would be considered large and extravagant. Elvis did own a microwave and he paid a ton for it back then although I do not remember the exact mount.


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09-13-2015, 08:36 PM   #22369
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Naughty Nymphs, pulling a satyr into the water (one grabbing him by a horn - do I need to explain the symbolism?). Two things: 1) mythology holds that satyrs cannot swim; 2) if you carefully look at the nymphs' faces - LOOK AT THE FACES PLEASE - you can see they are all the same model.

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Ruins, except these are a folly. That looks like a hippo who's had better days.

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Tondo, with image of Aphrodite, a lid from a cosmetic container, ca 350 BCE

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Ruins, except these are a folly. That looks like a hippo who's had better days.
Yep, very dead with a few crocs waiting for its mate/parent to give up the vigil.
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Vigur, a tiny island just off Iceland that's been owned by the same family for over a century. They harvest eider down and have a dining facility for tourists. This image encompasses all the buildings on the island, including the oldest windmill in Iceland.

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W... tilt head to see the W pattern, or maybe we can go with 'wirey'...
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