Coffee table style of a Mayan royal stele.
Original coffee table inspired by the stele of King Yuknoom Took' K' awiil king of Calakmul is the modern name of one of the oldest and most powerful Mayan cities discovered in the lowlands.
Height: 45 cm.Width: 70 cm.Weight: 30 KgMaterial: Resin and patinated steel
Reproduction of an ivory plaque depicting a sphinx, a winged creature with the body of a lion and a human head. Sculpture of Arslan Tash, (Syria) dating from the 8th century BC.
Height: 14 cm.Width: 12,5 cm.Depth: 2,5 cm.Weight: 360 gr.Material: ResinPublisher: Temarte S.L.
Reproduction of an ivory low relief that was part of an exceptional ensemble discovered on the site of Arslan Tash, which means "the lion's stone", in northern Syria a few kilometres from the Turkish border, east of the Euphrates.Arslan Tash, named Hadatu in antiquity was a provincial capital of the Assyrian Empire in the 9th-8th centuries.
Reproduction of part of a bas-relief from Sargon's palace depicting Gilgamesh defeating the lion. Here he holds a lion struggling fiercely with one arm and without any effort. This contrast between the wild animal trying to escape and the calmness and ease with which Gilgamesh keeps it under his dominion adds to the supernatural character of the scene...