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austrohungaro

Madrid, Spain

Did you ever wonder what happens when one collector meets another, they fall in love and finally do "the merge of the collections"? ;)

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Mirror frame, Michael Powolny (Wiener Keramik & Gmunder Keramik, ca. 1913) - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Decorative plate in the shape of a Greek warrior’s head. Roger Capron, 1950s. - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Footed bowl, Jacques and Dani Ruelland (ca. 1960) - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Jug, Pol Chambost (France, 1950s) - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Candleholder (Jens H Quistgaard for Dansk Designs, ca. 1960) - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Bohemian (Kralik/Rindskopf?) vase with mount  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Ashtray, Isao Hosoe (1971, Kartell) - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
5B ashtray in stainless steel and melamine, Carla Nencioni and Armando Moleri (Zani & Zani, 1970s) - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
My Cassina edition Fledermaus chair. Josef Hoffmann. - Furniturein Furniture
Vase, Josef Hoffmann for the Wienner Werkstätte - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Simply great!
  2. Thanks for your love Dr!!!
  3. I found a pottery piece with a similar decoration... well, you just have to google spritzdecor glas and it will come out. Sadly it said nothing about its origin.
  4. Thanks Bohemian!!! I won't pretend: we're just delighted with it :)
  5. It looks very German to me. In te 30s, this type of sprayed decoration was VERY used in German pottery. It's been a surprise to see it on glass. And I agree with vetraio, not Tango... but yes very bea...
  6. They probably belonged to someone who collected them, that's why they're so simmilar in size. It's nice knowing they've got a new owner to love them! I also thought of Lötz, at least for the one in...
  7. Great! Love the history one learns through your postings!
  8. Thanks Moonhill!!! two lucky gentlemen here ;) Thanks to Amber and valentino too!!!!
  9. Thanks Fledermaus!!! He was such a complete artist! This mirror frame is pretty naif, but is pure Vienna! (and pure Art Deco from 1910!!!) Thanks Mani! I'm afraid I've been late to answer to your ...
  10. Not Spanish. I thought of an Eastern European country as soon as i saw the costumes and the text on the last pic is Polish, no doubt about it. But I see others already answered!!! :) So nice to...
  11. Well Sean... I simply love to surprise you ;) Thanks for you love and nice comment"!!!
  12. It's great!!! Love the design!
  13. Thanks SO SO MUCH for your love inky, Dr, cobalt, racer, valentino, Violet, Sean, Virginia, vet, tom, surfdub, agh and nutsabotas!!! It's no starnge it's on your list... he made some amazing potte...
  14. I love that shape!!!
  15. Thanks Budek and antiquerose for both the love and the nice comments!!!
  16. Thanks for your love and comments racer, Amber, surfdub, vet, icollect, vet. fledermaus and mike!!! That's a huge compliments on my photographic skills, racer!!! You'll make me blush and I'll turn...
  17. Thanks Fledermaus and surfdub!!!
  18. That's terriffic Warren!!! :) A new decor to look for!!! LOL
  19. Czechman and Inky: thanks so much for your love!!! I am glad you like this
  20. Thanks for your loves czechman, vetraio and antiquerose!!!
  21. Oh well, in tat case it won't be heavy... but I guess you don't have too many plants! :) (you water them each week? I have to water my geraniums every sunset -but they're on the roof-terrace so t...
  22. Wonderful!!!
  23. It looks great, but isn't it too heavy? I can imagine it must be when full of water...
  24. An amazing vase and mount!!!
  25. Mani, thanks for your love!
  26. Thanks for loving it, Mani!!!
  27. This is the one I would kill for!!! I have always loved these old deep diver suits!
  28. Great!!!!!
  29. We're no super models, Sean!!! ;)
  30. Thanks for your love mike, ho2culta and aghcollect for loving it!!!
  31. Nope! LOL Luckily these new ones seem to be quite rare, so I'm feeling well about it. I am sure someday they'll come out and will be there to get them ;)
  32. Thanks Sean, racer and nutsabotas for your loves and comments! I guess poor Chambost wasn't really accostumed to be in the fashion magazine covers! :) I would look like that too if i were to app...
  33. Oh my! I just found two more book designs by Mackintosh... this collecting will never end!!! LOL
  34. So true, Amber!!! I wonder how woulad have change the cover ig he had been working and not looking at the camera... but I think this one is excellent! Thanks for your love (always!!!)
  35. Antiquerose and radeguder: thanks sooo much for your love!!! :)
  36. That's it, Amber! :) I love the strength of this design. Thanks for loving it racer, Amber, Sean, Mike, Vet and Agh!
  37. Thanks Lee! This is my second Quistgaard design. I've got it for almost 10 years now. A beauty!
  38. Thanks for your love Marty and ho2cultcha!!!
  39. The original marble bust can be seen at the Louvre museum in Paris, and it is attributed to Francesco Laurana (ca. 1430-1502). Plaster copies of this bust were very popular in Spain, France and It...
  40. Amazing Palmqvist!
  41. Thanks Ulysses and Sean!!!
  42. This one's great!!! I've just clicked on the Follow buttom and will check your stuff as soon as I've got some spare time... you have a great collection!
  43. Woow, love your compote! There's no doubt they come from the same series but ours have got so many bubbles inside! I absolutely love it!
  44. Thanks for your love catteann and GirlFromMI!!!
  45. I love the decoration!
  46. Thanks antikuarium! :)
  47. I also got it after i posted this. Also a vase with a wider foot and top rim. :) Aten't these amazing?
  48. Paris and cogito: can you imagine what an amazing exhibition on Art Nouveau we could arrange displaying our collections??? : ) (well, yours and Carlos's... I haven't got even a single AN item in my...
  49. Oooooooh! :)
  50. This is nice... all our Greber stuff has a quite matte finishings, but I've seen some glossier ones online. As for the shape I think yes, it could be Greber
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Detail pictures sof Thomas Webb & sons bronze vase (1878). Christopher Dresser, attr. Kjell Blömberg Tick Tock

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