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The Stunning Aquila Eagle

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The Stunning Aquila Eagle

Post  HeatherT on Sat 26 Sep - 8:56

Aquila is a more modern name for Titian so I have posted here, but we could reclassify if need be. This piece is absolutely stunning in detail and I hope my photos do it justice.

Again from the wonderful collection of Manos.








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Post  Ev on Sat 26 Sep - 18:19

That.... is..... amazing!
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Post  peters on Sun 27 Sep - 7:35

I agree, my Mother in Law has one but the glaze to the base is way less interesting. A beute.

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