Magnets & Buttons


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Magnet K‘inich Janaab Pakal I.

was the greatest ruler of the city of Palenque. He reigned from 615-683. This head of stucco comes from the temple of the inscriptions in Palenque. Today at the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City
Copy as magnet: C. Brandis

 

plastic-Box 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, Text in: G + E

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Magnet Angel

 

Part of the relief: „Adonis takes farwell of Venus” made by Matthäus Donner, Vienna 1750.
This magnet is a cast of a copy by C. Brandis 2014 on a scale 1:5. From the collection of the Bodemuseum, Museumsinsel in Berlin.
 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

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Magnet Niccolo Strozzi

 

Portrait bust of Niccolo Strozzi (1454)
by the Italian (Florence) sculptor Mino da Fiesole (1430 - 1484).The highly naturalistic bust of the nobleman suffering from obesity is one of the main artworks of Renaissance portrait art. From the collection of the Bodemuseum, Museumsinsel in Berlin
 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

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Magnet Echnaton

 

Echnaton (~ 1364 -1334 BC.)
The Pharao Amenophis IV. appointed the sun-god Aten to be the only god. He called himself Echnaton, he built the new capital Amarna, and he reformed the traditional canon of art. Echnaton was married with Nefertiti, and Tutankhamun was his son.
Shown in the Neues Museum, Museumsinsel in Berlin

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Celtic Mask

 

This Celtic mask originates from a pot handle from the "princely grave of the Kleinaspergle",  Landesmuseum Würtemberg, Stuttgart.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

 

5,00 €

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Magnet Gothic Trefoil

 

Keystones connect the outgoing arcs of gothic arched roofs, they were often decorated with sculptured designs. The trefoil is a simple geometric shape that is formed from the intersections of three circles.


Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Gothic Foliage

 

Keystones connect the outgoing arcs of gothic arched roofs, they were often decorated with sculptured designs. The foliage is a popular motif that was initially shown strictly geometrically and then more freely developed to proliferating almost baroque structures.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

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Magnet Gothic Lion

 

Keystones connect the outgoing arcs of gothic arched roofs, they were often decorated with sculptured designs. The lion is a common motif, it is not only the symbol of Mark the Evangelist, but also stands for the resurrection.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

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Magnet Arabic Stele with Eyes

 

Stele with Eyes 5th - 4th century BC. from the Oasis Tayma/ Saudi. Arabia Aramaic Inscription: „Soul (tomb) of Taim, son of Zaid.“ Created for the exhibition: "Roads to Arabia" in the Pergamon Museum, Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

 

5,00 €

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Magnet Lactating Lion

 

Lactating Lion 6th - 4th century BC. from Al-‚Ula/ Saudi Arabia. Bas-relief in red sandstone, created for the exhibition: "Roads to Arabia" in the Pergamon Museum, Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

 

5,00 €

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Magnet Babylonian Lion

 

Lion from the processional way of the Ishtar Gate ca. 6th century BC. The lion is the symbolic animal of Ishtar, goddess of war and sexual desire.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

 

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Magnet Muschuschu

 

Muschuschu from the Ishtar Gate, ca. 6th century BC. The sacred animal brought together all the characteristics of the animals represented by himself: lion, eagle, dragon, unicorn, ram and snake = power, speed, grace, ease, cleverness etc.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

 

5,00 €

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Magnet Fishman

 

The Orthostats of Tell Halaf
Orthostats are large stones set upright of a stonework. The decorated orthostats of Tell Halaf are ornamented with animal figures, some gods and mythical composite beings. From the collection of the Pergamon Museums on the Museumsinsel in Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Lion with Head

 

The Orthostats of Tell Halaf
Orthostats are large stones set upright of a stonework. The decorated orthostats of Tell Halaf are ornamented with animal figures, some gods and mythical composite beings. From the collection of the Pergamon Museums on the Museumsinsel in Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Man with Stick

 

The Orthostats of Tell Halaf
Orthostats are large stones set upright of a stonework. The decorated orthostats of Tell Halaf are ornamented with animal figures, some gods and mythical composite beings. From the collection of the Pergamon Museum on the Museumsinsel in Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

 

5,00 €

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Magnet Stork with Pigeon

 

The Orthostats of Tell Halaf
Orthostats are large stones set upright of a stonework. The decorated orthostats of Tell Halaf are ornamented with animal figures, some gods and mythical composite beings. From the collection of the Pergamon Museums on the Museumsinsel in Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Dying Giant from the Pergamon Frieze

 

The Pergamon Frieze is created a. 170 BC. The subject is the battle between the giants and the olympic gods. The Pergamon Altar is located in the Pergamon Museum on the Museumsinsel, Berlin.


Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

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Magnet Tyche from Corinth


Tyche, Goddess from Corinth
In the Greek mythology, Tyche was the Goddess of fortune, the bad and good destiny. As tutelary deity of the cities, she was frequently presented with a crown representing a city.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Horse from the Pergamon Frieze


The Pergamon Frieze is created a. 170 BC. The subject is the battle between the giants and the olympic gods. The Pergamon Altar is located in the Pergamon Museum on the Museumsinsel, Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Dog from the Pergamon Frieze


The Pergamon Frieze is created a. 170 BC. The subject is the battle between the giants and the olympic gods. The Pergamon Altar is located in the Pergamon Museum on the Museumsinsel, Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Fish from the Pergamon Frieze


The Pergamon Frieze is created a. 170 BC. The subject is the battle between the giants and the olympic gods. The Pergamon Altar is located in the Pergamon Museum on the Museumsinsel, Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Lion from Pergamon Frieze

 

The Pergamon Frieze is created a. 170 BC. The subject is the battle between the giants and the olympic gods. The Pergamon Altar is located in the Pergamon Museum on the Museumsinsel, Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Snake from the Pergamon Frieze


The Pergamon Frieze is created a. 170 BC. The subject is the battle between the giants and the olympic gods. The Pergamon Altar is located in the Pergamon Museum on the Museumsinsel, Berlin.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Spear-Bearer (Greek: Doryphoros)


It is the best known sculpture of the Greek sculptor Polykleitos (around 480 - 415 BC). According to his written treatise, the „Canon“, about the ideal proportions of the human body, you can see here a very beautiful part of the Spear-Bearer. From the collection of the Altes Museum on the Museumsinsel in Berlin.

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Gilgamesh

 

Head of a colossal statue from Chorsabad (today Warka, Iraque): „the so called Gilgamesh“ End of the 8th century BC. Original in the Louvre, Paris.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

 

5,00 €

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Magnet Gilgamesh


Head of a colossal statue from Chorsabad (today Warka, Iraque): „the so called Gilgamesh“ End of the 8th century BC. Original in the Louvre, Paris.

 

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Humbaba

 

Humbaba was the guardian of the Cedar Forest, who be killed by Gilgamesh to fell the cedars in the sacred grove. This is how the Epic of Gilgamesh, one of the world‘s oldest written heroic saga, tells it.
Mask of Humbaba, 2nd millennium BC. from the British Museum, London.

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Humbaba

 

Humbaba was the guardian of the Cedar Forest, who be killed by Gilgamesh to fell the cedars in the sacred grove. This is how the Epic of Gilgamesh, one of the world‘s oldest written heroic saga, tells it.
Mask of Humbaba, 2nd millennium BC. from the British Museum, London.


Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Owl of Athena

 

The owl is the symbol animal of Athena, the goddess of wisdom, of fighting sciences and strategy. Homer calls her the owl-eyed (greek.: ~glaukōpis). The owl is often indicated on Greek coins.

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Owl of Athena

 

The owl is the symbol animal of Athena, the goddess of wisdom, of fighting sciences and strategy. Homer calls her the owl-eyed (greek.: ~glaukōpis). The owl is often indicated on Greek coins.


Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Hartferrit

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

5,00 €

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Magnet Medusa

 

In Greek mythology Medusa was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as having the face of a hideous human female with living venomous snakes in place of hair. oldest written heroic saga, tells it. Medusa was beheaded by the hero Perseus, who thereafter used her head as a weapon until he gave it to the goddess Athena to place on her shield.

Box: 5,8 x 3,8 x 2,3 cm

Magnet: Neodym

Material: artificial marble, text in the languages: D | GB.

 

5,00 €

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Buttons

We manufacture round buttons 2.5 cm, 3.8 and
5 cm diameter to suit your individual templates from an edition of 50 pieces. Ask according to conditions and our button catalog with all motifs.