This unusual object is thought to have been created by an antiques dealer in the early 19th century, concocted from old and new parts. The bottom section is made from a German Renaissance sculpture depicting the prophet Jonah and a whale, with the top part added to turn it into a salt cellar.
Families can make their own fantastic digital creations inspired by objects in our free #SamsungCentre workshop this weekend
I think you have it wrong, the bottom is an angler fish, nothing to do with jonah & the whale.
Nice initiative. An idea could be an app where you could combine parts of your existing 3D scanned objects, ready for download so that visitors easily could get their creations 3D printed.
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