Memorabilia

Anything worth having is worth having and what’s aways left from events are memories and a thing or to rmember. Sometimes when you give your heart away and all you get is a pen, either to write off or to write down on an empty sheets of fly leaf the bittersweet irony of one’s devotion... ...and as they say, anyone’s trash is treasure to someone and when life is over nothing is left but tears to cry and smiles to perk. It's true that we don't know what we've got until we lose it, but it's also true that we don't know what we've been missing until it arrives yet we kept on treading this uncertainties of life’s lane with the thing in mind that there mght be something there in the end, well, the world goes around with or without you but what the eyes can’t see the won’t miss...memories yes!

Wooden Lady Figurine

This is a wooden lady figurine.

This is a wooden lady figurine.

Wooden Horse Figurine

This is a wooden horse figurine, hand carved and painted in white and gold. Size is approximately...

This is a wooden horse figurine, hand carved and painted in white and gold. Size is approximately around 20 x 30 cm.

RAF 1921 -Maternite

This is a sculpture by Famous Italian Artist Ernesto Bazzaro, Titled Maternite . The Sculpture...

This is a sculpture by Famous Italian Artist Ernesto Bazzaro, Titled Maternite . The Sculpture Dimension is 53 cm (Height) x 50cm (Length) x 18 cm (Depth). This sculpture is made of Bronze on a black marble base. This was made by the Artist on the early 20th Century. Artist Information Ernesto Bazzaro (29 May 1859, Milan – 18 May 1937, Milan) was an Italian sculptor. Biography Like his elder brother, Leonardo, Ernesto Bazzaro studied at the Brera Academy in Milan, which he attended from 1875, winning the Luigi Canonica Prize in 1881. As a participant in the lively scene of the Scapigliatura movement, he was an attentive observer of the renewal in the plastic arts led by Giuseppe Grandi. He made a name for himself in genre sculpture as well as monumental and cemetery sculpture, obtaining important commissions including the monument to Giuseppe Garibaldi in Monza in 1886 and, twenty years later, the monument to Felice Cavallotti in Milan. His works received acclaim in exhibitions in Italy and abroad, and he won the Principe Umberto Prize in 1888 with his plaster group The Widow, which, after being executed in marble, won awards at the international exhibitions of 1889 in Paris, 1892 in Munich and the national exhibition of 1892 in Palermo, where it was purchased by the Ministry of Education. From 1905 to 1908, he sat on the Milan City Council in the ranks of the Unione Partiti Popolari which comprised socialists, radicals, and republicans. An exhibition was devoted to Bazzaro and his brother at the Galleria Centrale d’Arte in Milan in 1917, and, three years after his death, a retrospective was held at the Società per le Belle Arti ed Esposizione Permanente.

RAF 1922 - Bacchus and Bacchante with Infants

This Unique Sculpture is made by famous French artist Claude Michel Clodion known as "Clodion"...

This Unique Sculpture is made by famous French artist Claude Michel Clodion known as "Clodion" This exquisite Rococo-style sculpture depicts a moment of revelry, showing a woman with two infants. She is shown holding one of them on her lap, and with another below. On the other side is a man with his two Satyr children. The sculpture dimension is (height ) x 35cm (length) x21cm. this sculpture is made of Bronze on a gilt bronze base. The naturalistic circular base is signed Clodion the group is based on a sculpture of Clodion s, created during the 18th Century.

RAF 1923 -Couple of Samurai

A beautiful and Rare Vintage Bronze Set of 2. This is a truly wonderful set of bronze okimono...

A beautiful and Rare Vintage Bronze Set of 2. This is a truly wonderful set of bronze okimono figurines, Kneeling Figures a Samurai warrior, with gorgeous details and patina. In great vintage condition. The sculpture Dimension (height) x 27 cm (length) x 16 cm (Depth) x 28 cm. Seated in the formal Seiza sitting posture, both figurines exude an air of nobility and tranquility at the same time. The male Samurai figurine is quite possibly a Daimyo or feudal warlord. The female figurine, dressed in her kimono, is most likely to be his wife. These pieces were acquired recently at an estate sale of a wealthy collector of fine pieces of art. They were purchased 35 years ago by the former owner. The exact age of the pieces is not known. They are unsigned, but the pieces speak for themselves. The male figure shows some signs of oxidation where the elbows arms meet the body and also at the right shoulder (please see photos). The oxidation has not been removed because some collectors may prefer the look of the vintage patina. The female figure shows almost no signs of oxidation. They would make a superb addition to any oriental collection. Artist information Unknown.

RAF 1924 - Kneeling woman

Two wooden sculptures depict two draped and kneeling women holding a garland of flowers. The...

Two wooden sculptures depict two draped and kneeling women holding a garland of flowers. The sculpture dimension is (Height) x 58 cm (Length) x 38 cm (Depth) x 20 cm. It was made in the mid of 17th Century. Artist Information Unknown.

RAF 1925 - Young woman with a mandolin

This is a sculpture by Famous Hippolyte Francois Moreau (Mignon) a "Young girl with a...

This is a sculpture by Famous Hippolyte Francois Moreau (Mignon) a "Young girl with a mandolin". Signed original 19th century Bronze. A bronze plaque at the base with rich brown patina. H. Moreau Salon Des Beaux Arts. The sculpture dimension is ( Height) x 59 cm ( Length) x 24 cm ( Depth) x 20 cm. This was made at the End of the 19th Century. Artist Information : Hippolyte Francois Moreau was a French sculptor famous for his bronze statues of young women. Born in 1832 in Dijon, France as the son of the renowned sculptor Jean-Baptiste Moreau, he grew up learning from his father s workshop. As a young man, Moreau moved to Paris to study further under Francois Jouffroy at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, first exhibiting at the Salon of French artists in 1863 and continuing to show work there until 1914. In both 1878 and 1900, he won medals for his work—large-scale, decorative pieces such as vases and statuettes—at the Universal Exposition in Paris. Among his notable sculptures is his 1880 statue of the celebrated French mathematician Alexis Clairaut, which now permanently occupies one of the facades of the City Hall of Paris. He died in 1927 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, and today many of his works are collected in the Museum of Fine Arts in Dijon.

RAF 1926 - Reflection

In a stunning work by a famous Italian artist, Pietro CANONICA titled "Reflection" The stone...

In a stunning work by a famous Italian artist, Pietro CANONICA titled "Reflection" The stone base shows some minor chipping the railing where the Nun is leaning has possibly some missing details. The sculpture dimension (Height) x 23 cm (Length) x 15 cm (Depth) x 15 cm. Artist Information Pietro Canonica was born on 1st March 1869. His long and prestigious artistic career started at an early age when he became an assistant to Luca Gerosa [it] at age ten. One year later, he was admitted to the Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti of Turin, where he was instructed by Enrico Gamba and Odoardo Tabacchi in making sculptures. He was professor of sculpture at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia (1910) and later at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma. He was in the first cadre of members named to the Royal Academy of Italy in 1929, and a member of the Accademia Nazionale di San Luca (1930). In 1937, he managed to obtain the concession to renovate Villa Borghese, a 16th-century building owned by the City of Rome and used as administrative offices until it was abandoned in 1919 following a fire. In exchange of the promise to donate his artworks to the city, he was allowed to use the historical building as home and studio, which he repaired and decorated at his own expense. The unusual architectural construction within the Villa Borghese gardens, called also La Fortezzuola , is a museum in 1961 dedicated to his name, exhibiting studies, models, sketches, casts, and original works of the artist. His wife donated the valuable furnishings and paintings found in their private section after her death in 1987. Canonica was also an accomplished musician and composed the operas La sposa di Corinto (1918), Miranda (1937), Enrico di Mirval, Impressioni, Sacra Terra and Medea (1959). In 1950, Italian President Luigi Einaudi nominated him life senator for his outstanding artistic achievements. Canonica died on June 8, 1959, in Rome, at the age of 90 years old.

RAF 1927 - Young man drinking

A bronze sculpture known as a "Young man drinking" Seemingly, this image was familiar to the...

A bronze sculpture known as a "Young man drinking" Seemingly, this image was familiar to the artist and made it as an inspiration for his sculpture. The dimension ( Height) x 43 cm (Length) x 20 cm (Depth) x 20 cm. This was made at the end of the 19th century. Artist Information Unknown.

RAF 1928 - Dom Perignon

This bronze sculpture was made in the 2nd half of the 20th century By the famous artist Jean-Noel...

This bronze sculpture was made in the 2nd half of the 20th century By the famous artist Jean-Noel Martin, Titled "Dom Perignon" Meaning "Brand of vintage champagne". The dimension is (H) x 47 cm (L) x 18 cm. Artist: Jean-Noel Martin. No information.

RAF 1929 - Man on Horse

This bronze sculpture is made by a famous Arab artist and titled is Soldier on a warrior Horse...

This bronze sculpture is made by a famous Arab artist and titled is Soldier on a warrior Horse The dimension is (H) x 35 cm (L) x 28 cm. The sculpture is 1 out of his 8 pieces of the same design. Artist Information Ahmed Abdul Tawwad was Born in 1976, Ahmad Abdel Tawwab Gharib, obtained his BA at the Faculty of Commerce, at Cairo University in 1999. Ahmad s artistic talents were discovered at the university where collective exhibitions were held for interested students. In fact Ahmad participated in each and every exhibition while he was at the university from 1995 till 1999 and received prizes in each. After his graduation Ahmad knew where his passion lies and got completely involved in Sculpture. He participated in the Salon of Small Artistic Works for 5 consecutive years, starting 1999. Ahmad prefers to sculpt small pieces, using all kinds of media. From the noblest such as bronze or granite to the most organic such as wood. Ahmad is the recipient of several prizes one of which is the Encouragement Prize for the National Competition of Fine Arts donated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The talented sculptor loves abstract forms his style is characterized by a geometric feel. Whether he sculpts animal or human figures, lines are always present in his art.

RAF 1930 - Three Soldiers

This bronze sculpture is made by the Famous artist Ahmed Abdel tawwab, Titled Soldier this was...

This bronze sculpture is made by the Famous artist Ahmed Abdel tawwab, Titled Soldier this was made in the year 2021. The sculpture shows 3 Soldiers stuck together during the war, to protect the middle soldier that has no warrior shield. Artist information Ahmed Abdel TAwwad, was born in 1976, Ahmad Abdel Tawwab Gharib, obtained his BA at the Faculty of Comerford in 1976, and Ahmad Abdel Tawwab Gharib, obtained his BA at the Faculty of Commerce, at Cairo University in 1999. Ahmad s artistic talents were discovered at the university where collective exhibitions were held for interested students. In fact Ahmad participated in each and every exhibition while he was at the university from 1995 till 1999 and received prizes in each. After his graduation Ahmad knew where his passion lies and got completely involved in Sculpture. He participated in the Salon of Small Artistic Works for 5 consecutive years, starting 1999. Ahmad prefers to sculpt small pieces, using all kinds of media. From the noblest such as bronze or granite to the most organic such as wood. Ahmad is the recipient of several prizes one of which is the Encouragement Prize for the National Competition of Fine Arts donated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The talented sculptor loves abstract forms his style is characterized by a geometric feel. Whether he sculpts animal or human figures, lines are always present in his art. ce, at Cairo University in 1999. Ahmad s artistic talents were discovered at the university where collective exhibitions were held for interested students. In fact Ahmad participated in each and every exhibition while he was at the university from 1995 till 1999 and received prizes in each. After his graduation Ahmad knew where his passion lies and got completely involved in Sculpture. He participated in the Salon of Small Artistic Works for 5 consecutive years, starting 1999. Ahmad prefers to sculpt small pieces, using all kinds of media. From the noblest such as bronze or granite to the most organic such as wood. Ahmad is the recipient of several prizes one of which is the Encouragement Prize for the National Competition of Fine Arts donated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The talented sculptor loves abstract forms his style is characterized by a geometric feel. Whether he sculpts animal or human figures, lines are always present in his art.

RAF 1931 - Ballerina

This Bronze sculpture is made by the famous sculpture artist Ahmed Abdel Tawwab, Titled Ballet...

This Bronze sculpture is made by the famous sculpture artist Ahmed Abdel Tawwab, Titled Ballet dancer a woman dancing professionally in a Ballet. It s more common to call a female dancer a ballet dancer . The dimension is (H) x 42 cm (L) x 13 cm. It was made in the year 2018. Artist Information Ahmed abdul Tawwad, Born in 1976, Ahmad Abdel Tawwab Gharieb, obtained his BA at the Faculty of Commerce , at Cairo University in 1999. Ahmad s artistic talents were discovered at the university where collective exhibitions were held for interested students. In fact Ahmad participated in each and every exhibition while he was at the university from 1995 till 1999 and received prizes in each. After his graduation Ahmad knew where his passion lies and got completely involved in Sculpture. He participated in the Salon of Small Artistic Works for 5 consecutive years, starting 1999. Ahmad prefers to sculpt small pieces, using all kinds of media. From the noblest such as bronze or granite to the most organic such as wood. Ahmad is the recipient of several prizes one of which is the Encouragement Prize for the National Competition of Fine Arts donated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The talented sculptor loves abstract forms his style is characterized by a geometric feel. Whether he sculpts animal or human figures, lines are always present in his art. Artist Collection All Collection Artist Biography Ahmed Abdel Tawwab was born in 1976, Ahmad Abdel Tawwab Gharib, obtained his BA at the Faculty of Commerce, at Cairo University in 1999. Ahmad s artistic talents were discovered at the university where collective exhibitions were held for interested students. In fact Ahmad participated in each and every exhibition while he was at the university from 1995 till 1999 and received prizes in each. After his graduation Ahmad knew where his passion lies and got completely involved in Sculpture. He participated in the Salon of Small Artistic Works for 5 consecutive years, starting 1999. Ahmad prefers to sculpt small pieces, using all kinds of media. From the noblest such as bronze or granite to the most organic such as wood. Ahmad is the recipient of several prizes one of which is the Encouragement Prize for the National Competition of Fine Arts donated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The talented sculptor loves abstract forms his style is characterized by a geometric feel. Whether he sculpts animal or human figures, lines are always present in his art.

RAF 1932 - The girl by the bar.

This bronze sculpture titled Lady was made by a famous Arab Artist from Egypt Ahmed Abdel...

This bronze sculpture titled Lady was made by a famous Arab Artist from Egypt Ahmed Abdel Tawwab, The sculpture shows a lady resting with a glass of wine. The dimension is (H) x 44 cm (L) x 16 cm. IT was made in the year 2018. Artist information Ahmed Abdel Tawwab was born in 1976, Ahmad Abdel Tawwab Gharib, obtained his BA at the Faculty of Commerce, at Cairo University in 1999. Ahmad s artistic talents were discovered at the university where collective exhibitions were held for interested students. In fact Ahmad participated in each and every exhibition while he was at the university from 1995 till 1999 and received prizes in each. After his graduation Ahmad knew where his passion lies and got completely involved in Sculpture. He participated in the Salon of Small Artistic Works for 5 consecutive years, starting 1999. Ahmad prefers to sculpt small pieces, using all kinds of media. From the noblest such as bronze or granite to the most organic such as wood. Ahmad is the recipient of several prizes one of which is the Encouragement Prize for the National Competition of Fine Arts donated by the Ministry of Youth and Sports. The talented sculptor loves abstract forms his style is characterized by a geometric feel. Whether he sculpts animal or human figures, lines are always present in his art.

RAF 1933 - Elephant

This sculpture inspired Elephant was made of a wooden and hand carving with the white designs...

This sculpture inspired Elephant was made of a wooden and hand carving with the white designs of the mother pearls details. The dimension is (H) x 41 cm (L) x 41 cm. Artist Information Unknown.

RAF 1934 - African man

This wooden carving sculpture shows an Old African man, seating on a small chair stool....

This wooden carving sculpture shows an Old African man, seating on a small chair stool. Approximately (H) x 22cm (L) x 8 cm.

RAF 1935 - Human figured

This is a wooden carving African figure. approximately (H) x 27 cm (L) x 10 cm.

This is a wooden carving African figure. approximately (H) x 27 cm (L) x 10 cm.

RAF 1936- Half naked

this is a wooden carving sculpture that shows a Half naked African woman. Approximately the (H) x...

this is a wooden carving sculpture that shows a Half naked African woman. Approximately the (H) x 26 cm (L) x 7 cm.

RAF 1937 - Cowboy

This sculpture was made by an African artist. A Cowboy figure. The dimension is (H) x 19 cm (L) x...

This sculpture was made by an African artist. A Cowboy figure. The dimension is (H) x 19 cm (L) x 7 cm.

RAF 1938 - Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi sculpture made of white cements smooth finishing touches. Information of...

Mahatma Gandhi sculpture made of white cements smooth finishing touches. Information of Mahatma Gandhi Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi ( ????ndi, ??ændi [3] GAHN-dee 2 October 1869 – 30 January 1948) was an Indian lawyer,[4] anti-colonial nationalist[5] and political ethicist[6] who employed nonviolent resistance to lead the successful campaign for India s independence from British rule,[7] and to later inspire movements for civil rights and freedom across the world. The honorific Mah?tm? (Sanskrit great-souled , venerable ), first applied to him in 1914 in South Africa, is now used throughout the world.[8][9] Born and raised in a Hindu family in coastal Gujarat, Gandhi trained in the law at the Inner Temple, London, and was called to the bar at age 22 in June 1891. After two uncertain years in India, where he was unable to start a successful law practice, he moved to South Africa in 1893 to represent an Indian merchant in a lawsuit. He went on to live in South Africa for 21 years. It was here that Gandhi raised a family and first employed nonviolent resistance in a campaign for civil rights. In 1915, aged 45, he returned to India and soon set about organising peasants, farmers, and urban labourers to protest against excessive land-tax and discrimination. Assuming leadership of the Indian National Congress in 1921, Gandhi led nationwide campaigns for easing poverty, expanding women s rights, building religious and ethnic amity, ending untouchability, and, above all, achieving swaraj or self-rule.[10] Gandhi adopted the short dhoti woven with hand-spun yarn as a mark of identification with India s rural poor. He began to live in a self-sufficient residential community, to eat simple food, and undertake long fasts as a means of both introspection and political protest. Bringing anti-colonial nationalism to the common Indians, Gandhi led them in challenging the British-imposed salt tax with the 400 km (250 mi) Dandi Salt March in 1930 and in calling for the British to quit India in 1942. He was imprisoned many times and for many years in both South Africa and India. Gandhi s vision of an independent India based on religious pluralism was challenged in the early 1940s by a Muslim nationalism which demanded a separate homeland for Muslims within British India.[11] In August 1947, Britain granted independence, but the British Indian Empire[11] was partitioned into two dominions, a Hindu-majority India and a Muslim-majority Pakistan.[12] As many displaced Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs made their way to their new lands, religious violence broke out, especially in the Punjab and Bengal. Abstaining from the official celebration of independence, Gandhi visited the affected areas, attempting to alleviate distress. In the months following, he undertook several hunger strikes to stop the religious violence. The last of these, begun in Delhi on 12 January 1948 when he was 78,[13] also had the indirect goal of pressuring India to pay out some cash assets owed to Pakistan.[13] Although the Government of India relented, as did the religious rioters, the belief that Gandhi had been too resolute in his defence of both Pakistan and Indian Muslims, especially those besieged in Delhi, spread among some Hindus in India.[14][13] Among these was Nathuram Godse, a militant Hindu nationalist from western India, who assassinated Gandhi by firing three bullets into his chest at an interfaith prayer meeting in Delhi on 30 January 1948.[15] Gandhi s birthday, 2 October, is commemorated in India as Gandhi Jayanti, a national holiday, and worldwide as the International Day of Nonviolence. Gandhi is commonly, though not formally, considered the Father of the Nation in India[16][17] and was commonly called Bapu[18] (Gujarati endearment for father,[19] papa[19][20]).

RAF 1939 - Queen Cleopatra

Sculpture of Egyptian Queen Cleopatra Lying On The bed Lounge, Torque color. Made in...

Sculpture of Egyptian Queen Cleopatra Lying On The bed Lounge, Torque color. Made in Egypt.Cleopatra VII Philopator (Greek ????????? ????????? [5] 69 BC – 10 August 30 BC) was Queen of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt from 51 to 30 BC, and its last active ruler.[note 5] A member of the Ptolemaic dynasty, she was a descendant of its founder Ptolemy I Soter, a Macedonian Greek general and companion of Alexander the Great.[note 6] After the death of Cleopatra, Egypt became a province of the Roman Empire, marking the end of the second to last Hellenistic state and the age that had lasted since the reign of Alexander (336–323 BC).[note 7] Her native language was Koine Greek, and she was the only Ptolemaic ruler to learn the Egyptian language.[note 8] In 58 BC, Cleopatra presumably accompanied her father, Ptolemy XII Auletes, during his exile to Rome after a revolt in Egypt (a Roman client state) allowed his rival daughter Berenice IV to claim his throne. Berenice was killed in 55 BC when Ptolemy returned to Egypt with Roman military assistance. When he died in 51 BC, the joint reign of Cleopatra and her brother Ptolemy XIII began, but a falling-out between them led to open civil war. After losing the 48 BC Battle of Pharsalus in Greece against his rival Julius Caesar (a Roman dictator and consul) in Caesar s Civil War, the Roman statesman Pompey fled to Egypt. Pompey had been a political ally of Ptolemy XII, but Ptolemy XIII, at the urging of his court eunuchs, had Pompey ambushed and killed before Caesar arrived and occupied Alexandria. Caesar then attempted to reconcile the rival Ptolemaic siblings, but Ptolemy s chief adviser, Potheinos, viewed Caesar s terms as favoring Cleopatra, so his forces besieged her and Caesar at the palace. Shortly after the siege was lifted by reinforcements, Ptolemy XIII died in the 47 BC Battle of the Nile Cleopatra s half-sister Arsinoe IV was eventually exiled to Ephesus for her role in carrying out the siege. Caesar declared Cleopatra and her brother Ptolemy XIV joint rulers but maintained a private affair with Cleopatra that produced a son, Caesarion. Cleopatra traveled to Rome as a client queen in 46 and 44 BC, where she stayed at Caesar s villa. After the assassinations of Caesar and (on her orders) Ptolemy XIV in 44 BC, she named Caesarion co-ruler as Ptolemy XV. In the Liberators civil war of 43–42 BC, Cleopatra sided with the Roman Second Triumvirate formed by Caesar s grandnephew and heir Octavian, Mark Antony, and Marcus Aemilius Lepidus. After their meeting at Tarsos in 41 BC, the queen had an affair with Antony. He carried out the execution of Arsinoe at her request, and became increasingly reliant on Cleopatra for both funding and military aid during his invasions of the Parthian Empire and the Kingdom of Armenia. The Donations of Alexandria declared their children Alexander Helios, Cleopatra Selene II, and Ptolemy Philadelphus rulers over various erstwhile territories under Antony s triumviral authority. This event, their marriage, and Antony s divorce of Octavian s sister Octavia Minor led to the final war of the Roman Republic. Octavian engaged in a war of propaganda, forced Antony s allies in the Roman Senate to flee Rome in 32 BC, and declared war on Cleopatra. After defeating Antony and Cleopatra s naval fleet at the 31 BC Battle of Actium, Octavian s forces invaded Egypt in 30 BC and defeated Antony, leading to Antony s suicide. When Cleopatra learned that Octavian planned to bring her to his Roman triumphal procession, she killed herself by poisoning, contrary to the popular belief that she was bitten by an asp. Cleopatra s legacy survives in ancient and modern works of art. Roman historiography and Latin poetry produced a generally critical view of the queen that pervaded later Medieval and Renaissance literature. In the visual arts, her ancient depictions include Roman busts, paintings, and sculptures, cameo carvings and glass, Ptolemaic and Roman coinage, and reliefs. In Renaissance and Baroque art, she was the subject of many works including operas, paintings, poetry, sculptures, and theatrical dramas. She has become a pop culture icon of Egyptomania since the Victorian era, and in modern times, Cleopatra has appeared in the applied and fine arts, burlesque satire, Hollywood films, and brand images for commercial products.

RAF 1940 - Porcelain figurine of a baby

This is made of a porcelain figure of a baby wearing a graduation dress.

This is made of a porcelain figure of a baby wearing a graduation dress.

RAF 1942 - PCB Holder with Magnifying Glass

Soldering equipment features adjustment of fixation height, spacing, angle, and magnifying glass...

Soldering equipment features adjustment of fixation height, spacing, angle, and magnifying glass position fixing elements in the form of spring loaded clips magnifying glasses facilitate observation of operation field system of double articulated arms