Agustin

Funes, Santa Fe, Argentina

Antiques dealer, some czech glasses and curiosities collector

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A CARL KLIMT SECESSIONIST CERAMIC CENTER PIECE - POWOLNY STYLE. - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
A RARE " LE SIMPLEX" french vintage racing bike - Outdoor Sportsin Outdoor Sports
A VERY RARE BRÜDER MECHOLD order ADOLF RASCH - HAIDA  - Art Glassin Art Glass
BOHEMIAN CRYSTAL LABEL - Art Glassin Art Glass
A VERY NICE  MOSER ? DECANTER and stems. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Unidentified bohemian glass vase. Harrach ? - Art Glassin Art Glass
A BIG LOETZ CRETA CHINE JARDINIERE - Art Glassin Art Glass
A RARE EARLY KRALIK GLASS PITCHER WITH WMF METAL MOUNTS - Art Glassin Art Glass
HUMORISTIC GERMAN CERAMIC ? any Help are welcome !!! - Figurinesin Figurines
MURANO GLASS ???? - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Thank you, the accent !!!
  2. Thank you Paris1925. !!!
  3. Maravilloso !!!
  4. Excellent !!! Congratulations
  5. Thank your very much !!!
  6. Dear mcheconi, Thank you for the great work, you've had in order to clarify the matter of the bicycle. I could not thank you before because I was with a few drawbacks. My very best regards. An...
  7. Thank you Sean the categorie is wrong in the other Post. !!!
  8. Thank you !!!
  9. Thank you Sean
  10. Dear Vetraio !!! I remember when I see the palm!!! In a oroplastik Moser garland with elephants and palms in a little bow made in blue glass. EUREKA !!
  11. Dear Vetraio, thank you. No, here would write Cristal de Bohemia, never Bohemian Crystal, and Checoslovaquia not Czechoslovakia - In another hand I remember see the palm tree in another glass. Tha...
  12. Hola kivatinitz, gracias por la ayuda. El diseño es identico al que me mostras. Seria bueno poder identificar la etiqueta. Ahora voy a abrir otra pregunta publicando solo la etiqueta. Recuerdo que en...
  13. Thank you veloceraptor !!! I have two vases with the same design. Many thanks
  14. Yes Vetraio50, is a Kralik Bambus
  15. Thank you, Very much
  16. Thank you Tom !!! Happy 2014 for you and your family !!!
  17. Hi Inky !!! Thank you . Is really rare.
  18. Wonderful !!!
  19. Thank you, really I don't know.
  20. Thank you Parkerhouse, the tall H. 27 cm. = 10.75 inch. I will search poland crystal, RGDS.
  21. Thank you Leah.
  22. Thank you, is really wonderful.
  23. Yes is acid stamped as some Schneider vases. Thank you.
  24. Jajajajajaja !!! Thank you.
  25. I believe Kralik.
  26. Is the same decoration of my vase!!! http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/103657-enameled-czech-glass#comment-430117 Thank you
  27. Thank you very much !!!
  28. Jerecko, ya te lo vendi a ti hace varios años !!!!
  29. Hello, your tray not is silver. It is silver plated. The silverplate is removed. Regards Ag
  30. Thank you Jericho !!!
  31. Dear vetraio50, I could find the same vase in one auction from Auktionshaus Dr. Fischer -17 oct. 2009 - Heilbronn / in http://www.arcadja.com/auctions/fr/auguste_jean/artiste/379767/ The name is Fl...
  32. Fantastic !!!
  33. Heheheh, yes is a tobacco box ( for tobacco pipe). For me it was also a pleasure, despite my poor English. :-)
  34. Dear Manikin, the porcelain dolls' heads is so thin and delicate that would not admit any type of clamps. Luckily !!! :) thank you.
  35. ReallyI have made a mistake, it is a tobacco jar, not a humidor. Excuseme
  36. Thank you Manikin, Following is the info on the clamps or "laña" ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOGRAPHY OF THE “LAÑA” AND OF POTTERY CONSERVATION The term "laña" refers to a U-shaped metal loop with pointed en...
  37. This type of restoration with staples are very common in the antiquity. This tobacco jar is very old, its restoration may be of the end of the 18.th century.
  38. Thank you. Its H is 9,75 inch.
  39. I had some years ago a traveller set made ??in silver with the same gems. The knife was accompanied by two chinese sticks that were kept in two holes that were in the sheat It was made in Manchuria.
  40. Really fantastic. It remember some designs Dr. Christopher Dresser.
  41. I believe Moser too.
  42. Many thank you vetraio50, the vases are Auguste Jean. I have seen many Jean vases and the style, the enamel and the design are the same.
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