Untitled

wantyourbooty:

I’m gonna keep myself quiet on this one

wantyourbooty:

I’m gonna keep myself quiet on this one

(via thehiddentriforce)

celeryandhummus:

nanner:

Kristen Stewart is having none of your gendered bull shit

kristen is an actual kickass feminist who speaks up aaaall the time and gets so little credit for it

(Source: dailystews, via thehiddentriforce)

fernn-weh:

shaywick:

Omg this is so sweet it brought tears to my eyes, the simple joys

My heart exploded

fernn-weh:

shaywick:

Omg this is so sweet it brought tears to my eyes, the simple joys

My heart exploded

(Source: the-weird-wide-web, via princesswetkitty)

art-of-swords:

Presentation Smallsword

  • Dated: 1798-99
  • Maker: hilt and scabbard mounts made by James Morisset, English (active in London), 1738 - 1815
  • Culture: English
  • Place of Origin: made in London, England, Europe 
  • Medium: etched and partially blued and gilded steel [blade]; chased and gilded silver set with enamel plaques [hilt]; leather, chased and gilded silver [scabbard]
  • Measurements: overall length: 40 inches (101.6 cm)

This smallsword with its scabbard was presented in 1798–99 to Sir Henry Johnson (British Major General 1798 to 1803; born 1748, died 1835) to commemorate a battle that he won at Ross, Ireland, over Irish insurgents on June 5, 1798.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Philadelphia Museum of Art

ballaquia:

A compilation of my Zelda pieces thus far! (2012-present)

(via guru--guru)

art-of-swords:

European Sword

  • Dated: 16th century
  • Culture: the pommel is Italian, 1540-50, whilst the rest of the sword is German circa 1570
  • Medium: steel
  • Measurements: overall length, 124.5 cm; blade length, 108 cm; grip length, 10.2 cm; quillons width, 20.3 cm

The sword has a fig-shaped lobated pommel decorated with crudely cut acanthus leaves - shaped in the form of a collar. The grip is bound with twisted steel wire, welding in its middle. The quillons of flat ribbon section are horizontally received and widening at the tips where they are rolled over vertically and decorated with acanthus to match the pommel.

The sword has a single outside ring guard of same section, with diamond shaped leaf-style decoration at midpoint. The plain branches of diamond section come from the outside end of each branch, a flat up-curving counter guard of the same form as the quillon-ends. Back-guard is made of two bars, while the blade of flat oval section is trebly furrowed for its entire length; the maker’s mark can be found on ricasso.

Source: Copyright © 2014 The Fitzwilliam Museum, University of Cambridge, UK