The Middle-Age Toreutic of South Siberia
Toreutics is the patterns of decorative-applied art made of metal. In Middle Age the art of processing metal things experienced its flourishing. Numerous patterns of toreutics such as mirrors, belt and harness sets, feast ware, earrings, weapons etc. reveal high level of skill and richness of decorating repertoire. They are also the source witnessing of the mode of life of nomads as well as about their philosophy and contacts with other peoples.
  • Turkic Time Metal Wares From South Siberia
  • Bronze Clasps from Minussinsk Basin
  • Bronze Mirrors of Ancient-Turkic Time
  • Middle-Age Toreutics With Antropomorphous Motifs Of Decorating
  • Middle-Age Toreutics With Vegetable Motifs Of Decorating
  • Middle-Age Toreutics With Zoomorphous Motifs Of Decorating
  • Bridle sets