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Featuring a bow in the form of a classical structure inhabited by a twisting nude male figure, this key was based on a design by the engraver and architect Jacques Androuet du Cerceau (1510/12–1585), published in his book of models for locks.

Featuring a bow in the form of a classical structure inhabited by a twisting nude male figure, this key was based on a design by the engraver and architect Jacques Androuet du Cerceau published in his book of models for locks.

Bickford family KEY About 1700. Steel, pierced, chiselled and engraved Museum no. M.201-1912

Bickford family KEY About Steel, pierced, chiselled and engraved Museum no. MO perfect example for the English masterpiece keys

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Steampunk Cute KEY to your heart Necklace Victorian pendant charm pirate

Old keys, padlocks, inlaid boxes, all great finds at the Istanbul 'Grand Bazaar' metalware. Perfect for your collection.

Padlock and Key, Germany, 1580’s

Acid-Etched Metal Art from the Renaissance. Padlock and Key, c 1580 Southern Germany, Steel

handmade necklace with vintage brass lock and key on an aged brass chain. Chain is 30 long and comfortably fits overhead without having to unclasp it.

There is a chest that has a hole for the locket. She puts the locket in the hole and uses the key to unlock it.

Key | Date: early 17th century | Culture: Italian | Medium: Iron.   ;o)

Date: early century Culture: Italian Medium: Iron Dimensions: L. cm) Classification: Metalwork-Iron Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1910 Accession Number: Not on view

Key to the front door of the Royal Chapel of Versailles in the Palace of Versailles - google images

Key to the front door of the Royal Chapel of Versailles<-- royal chapel keys?

Masterpiece key Date: second half 17th century Culture: French Medium: Iron, steel

Masterpiece Key Date: second half century Culture: French Medium: Iron, steel Dimensions: L. cm) Classification: Metalwork-Iron Credit Line: Gift of Henry G.

Chamberlain’s key with crowned cypher of Mary II (1662-1694)

The interlaced initials MR crowning the top of this key stand for Mary Regina (Queen). Ceremonial keys were worn by the Lord Chamberlain, chief officer of the royal household, as an emblem of office.

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Numbers + Letters… old french rusty key with room number by frenchmanufacture on Etsy

In the novel Shabby Chic at Heart Tara loves to find forgotten treasures like these rusty keys

old keys: they remind me of the rusted keys my uncle kept in the tool shed on his farm.

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