AnneLanders

Australia

A fairly new member who collects various items of porcelain, stoneware and glass...currently in love with Tango glass....and have a collection of Royal Doulton SlateA fairly new member who collects various items of porcelain, stoneware and glass...currently in love with Tango glass....and have a collection of Royal Doulton Slater patent vases post 1886-1911 (Read more)

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Loetz? Dressing Table Jar? or Sweet Bowl? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pink vase with applied glass ribbon and mica flecks - Art Glassin Art Glass
Blue Snowflake vase on clear pedastel flat base - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian pink vase with applied flowers and branches....yummy!! - Art Glassin Art Glass
Pink Tango Vase with ruffle neck - Art Glassin Art Glass
mine and seller photos Thomas Webb x 3 - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Snowflakes sellers photo - ignore that rug and last right vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Silver Metal Sword Brooch - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry
Blue herringbone diamond shape onion shape vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Green emerald coloured brooch in silver metal to be determined :) love it!! - Costume Jewelryin Costume Jewelry

Comments

  1. please help me understand this a bit better Alfredo... Is it meant to look like this? It reminds me of pottery.... what was their intent of firing it like this? I've seen the Mimosa. I'm not sur...
  2. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/154139-italian-art-nouveau-1890-1905-citrine-st Here you go, this is my Citrine story...I love it as a stone...and particuarly in an Art Nouveau setting :)
  3. blunderbuss go and wash your mouth out and sit in the corner. Then tomorrow spend the day Delpt hunting....go on!
  4. "ready for my close up Mr De Mill" awesome pose!!!!!!!!
  5. Manila is the pattern name...
  6. Have you tried Google?
  7. Yes Fran they are silver bits, Mica flecks of silver are silver coated on to aluminium...this is the usual technique,. :)
  8. yes I would say so, not knowing what frosted glass is but that's a good description...
  9. stunning, that's all I can say !!
  10. thanks Sean..wonder if someone knows the pattern...
  11. welcome to Collectors sadness...you poor thing...oh well, there will be another just round the corner...
  12. absolutely stunning...you have an amazing collection...
  13. Lovely Ian, you have a great knack of finding beautiful pieces...did they fall off the back of a ship down there?
  14. that's terrific Laura. Just thought you'd missed his comment so therefore was stepphing in as a friend... :) plus with low numbers I asumed you were fairly new....alls well that ends well...
  15. What beautiful colours...
  16. Ian, did you speak with the seller re their attribution...Ive seen a bit of Clichy and wondered why it's now be called Kralik...Ive seen bowls like this, infact more bowls than vases
  17. thanks Karen, Kevin and Marty...I like the Ballerina and Pretty in Pink but also love a Spanish dancer wrapping a fine lace shawl around her body.... :) Thanks for enjoying my pink little girl...
  18. so yes now we have similar shapes with my pink vase and my yellow Harrach? I love these. I would call them corns on the cob...very unoriginal...
  19. this type of scene is quite popular in pottery all over the world...I just need to decide what do I want... Moriage is def a bonus as its highly sought and a beautiful style of work..I will chat to y...
  20. again, love this, is it readily available Karen? beautiful
  21. very nice Glassie....
  22. that is beautiful, their version of the willow? i love the detail and the colours, would love something like this in a dresser size plate, as a pair, are they common and easy to come by Karen?
  23. love trifari
  24. thank you Sean,as always you are so giving....
  25. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/161173-bohemian-pink-vase-with-applied-flowers?in=user and here...interesting is the square rims on round vases....enjoy
  26. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/158110-spatter-vase-milk-glass-casing--yellow big stretch I know but Ive got another to show you too...
  27. thanks Racer, I love these 3, they are my favourites...
  28. I saw a selection of these in here recently...I had asked if one of the photos was mine...here is mine to show...please enjoy again...
  29. thanks Jags and Inky, did you put me on to this???
  30. thanks vintroflo for the love and putting my brooches back up after a few months in darkness..lol...pls feel free to visit my other psts on brooches... thanks Elisabethan for the comment too...
  31. well you know I've been a bit busy with "stuff"..this is gorgeous...epic piece.. and yes, monumental indeed
  32. ABSOLUTELY STUNNING...
  33. yes one of the great things about glass is reflection of light...
  34. thanks again Scott. Yes the colour is like a 60's nail polish my older sister had and I would sneak for one nail...
  35. and saucepans
  36. I didnt have the oven but I had the tin tea set...mone was white with blue and red flowers I think...
  37. Interesting a Japanese company making China, I've always thought this was ironic, especially the word China being in capitals.... Lovely items...only the rich girls had China tea set. The next leve...
  38. gosh this reminds me of my childhood. That blue which at the time wasnt considered to be called anything as exotic as a Turquoise Blue. Moreso it would have been called Spearmint or some such... I ...
  39. interesting...is one of those mine??
  40. still going?? The old Mateus Rose...love it..
  41. No problems, as long as we understand where both of us are coming from, I very much appreciate your remarks. Feel free to write to me via email and I will write back... Cheers Anne
  42. http://translate.google.com.au/translate?hl=en&sl=nl&u=https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plateelfabriek_De_Distel&prev=search Plateelfabriek Thistle Tile tableau Station Rijksstraatweg Plateelfabri...
  43. http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/col/artist/11189?view=rowview Our gallery here in Melbourne Australia has a selection of these vases from Netherlands. Maybe you could do some research from there. Beaut...
  44. thank you racer...another great Penny find...
  45. Hi Magdalenagirl, Thank you for your post. As a rule I don't discuss attribution on my listings. I don't like the discussion because in a lot of cases it ends up becomming rather nasty and argu...
  46. ppl are sniffy about made in china they dont get that this is a great design from them in the 60's very sad that ppl dont get this thanks Mike
  47. mike thats interesting and I'm sure helpful. lulux it's a beautiful example, goodluck finding more out :)
  48. lol how sweet....well done!!
  49. ah, ok, sorry...yes not many ppl cross over to the dark side as I did and still do...lol
  50. what a beauty...Rick where do you get these from?? So many and so lovely...
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