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Ethiopic Art Porcelain Ornament

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MOTB Ethiopic Art Porcelain Ornament
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The Ethiopic Art Porcelain Ornament

The vibrant Ethiopic image displayed on this flower-shaped ornament is inspired by an artifact in our Museum Collections. "The Life and Miracles of the Virgin Mary," written in Ge’ez (an ancient South Semitic language), combines traditional miracle stories about Mary, the mother of Jesus, with an account of her life.

Artistic Style & Iconography

The artistic style is typically Ethiopian, and the lively color palette is dominated by yellow, green, and red (the colors of the Ethiopian flag to this day). The iconography is modern, however—in some depictions, the soldiers in Herod’s army are carrying rifles—revealing the book’s nineteenth-century origin.

Size & Weight

This ornament measures 4" x 4". It weighs 6 ounces.

It's A Great Gift

This ornament is a wonderful present for friends and family during the holidays. They'll enjoy it for many years to come.


Your Ethiopic Art Porcelain Ornament will arrive within 5 to 7 days. Select rush delivery at checkout if you need it sooner.

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You may return this ornament in new condition within 30 days of the order date for a full refund (less shipping costs).

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  • 5
    High Quality Ornamnet

    Posted by Ruth on 25th Apr 2023

    This is a very lovely ornament and much better than the picture. I collect Christmas Tree ornaments from the places I visit. This is a very good value.

  • 5

    Posted by Heyward Fulton on 30th May 2020

    Very Nice

  • 5
    Beautiful, artistic ornament

    Posted by Marianna on 10th Jan 2019

    We received this ornament this week. It is a beautiful depiction of Our Lady and the Infant Jesus.