Examples of provenance in a Sentence
Has anyone traced the provenances of these paintings?
The artifact is of unknown provenance.
Recent Examples of provenance from the Web
The virtual currency also attempts to solve the problem of fungibility, treating every Zcash token like every other Zcash token, regardless of their provenance.
While Prentice says the Gerrard, a former crown jeweler, created the piece, the Royal Collection Trust is slightly more unsure about its provenance, naming Kitching
The masterwork's provenance can be traced back to the 16th century during the height of da Vinci's career, and is said to have been painted around the same time as the Mona Lisa.
According to the airplane's provenance, it was built in 1960 and sat outside for 30 years before falling into the hands of a private collector/restorer.
Eventually, the provenance of Trump’s accusation began to emerge: Radio host Mark Levin had alleged surveillance
The Smart Catch program is well-timed, with growing consumer interest in both eating seafood at restaurants and learning more about the provenance of their food.
Entrants get to bear a blue seal guaranteeing provenance and a higher market price.
Leave a Note The seven-room Makanyi Private Game Lodge is full-on luxury with the feel of a family home—which makes sense, given its provenance.
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