cogito

NC

Interested in quality Art Nouveau antiques, particularly Continental art glass, ceramics and decorative metal works that are directly attributable to notable artistsInterested in quality Art Nouveau antiques, particularly Continental art glass, ceramics and decorative metal works that are directly attributable to notable artists/designers of the period. Contact: pulvinar20@yahoo.com (Read more)

Posts

See all 142
1900 Leon Kann Designed Porcelain Pitcher for Sevres - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
Large Émile Decoeur Flambe’ Stoneware Vase - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
1896 Rozenburg Earthenware Handled Vase - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
1900 Paris Gustav Gurschner Bronze Lamp Base - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
1903 L' Art Nouveau Daguet Brass & Cabochon Decorative Desk Box - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
1901 La Maison Moderne Design Catalog - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
1900 Alphonse Mucha "Dessin de Montre" Jewelry Design Illustration for Georges Fouquet - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Circa 1890s Alexandre Bigot Gres Cabinet Vase  - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Circa 1900s Arthur Craco "Dante" Mask  - Visual Artin Visual Art
1910s Claire Colinet Symbolist Bust by Marcel Guillard for Editions Etling, Paris - Visual Artin Visual Art

Comments

  1. A nice example of commercial Stile Liberty Italian design. Probably relatively rare too in that condition.
  2. Thanks, Sean68!
  3. Indeed. I'm kicking myself for not getting the Dammouse.
  4. The enamel in the hammered recesses is particularly nice. The form looks like something that the Darmstadt School would have designed.
  5. Thanks everyone. I've been wanting an example for a long time. The glaze variations for this form are quite striking. You can find one like mine, but just as easily find an example with an oxblood ...
  6. Thanks! This is one of my personal favorites. I was lucky to find it locally up on the auction block.
  7. High secessionist style!
  8. I've seen a vase of the same huge size and decor in an antique shop in the US. It was labeled as Loetz, but when I inquired about it years ago with the glasshounds, it was the consensus that the piec...
  9. Thanks, Budek!
  10. I suspect Royal Dux. Probably German or Bohemian.
  11. Wonderful! Quite rare to gave the paper label.
  12. Thank you all for the wonderful comments. I just might have to dip again into the Dutch pottery pool after this response.
  13. Thanks kivatiniz! It sits on my bedside table and still is very utilitarian.
  14. Thanks for the lovely comments.
  15. I've had something similar in the past, and after much research and calling around it was ultimately determined that it was likely Scandanavian (or Scandanavian-American) folk art. I would recommend ...
  16. Not Loetz, but meant to approximate a Loetz peacock decor vase. Pretty nice quality. Modern Bohemian glass.
  17. Very nice indeed! Did it come framed like this? The surrounding matte looks like it could be WW too. I find it curious that it is stamped on the front. This is suggestive of the rendering being fr...
  18. Great piece!
  19. Amazing! I think I remember seeing this piece up on the block recently. Kicking myself.
  20. I haven't seen this one before Fledermaus, but I agree with Sean68. It's wonderful. It strikes me as being possibly Deco period. The straps across the chest and rendering remind me of WPA/Diego Riv...
  21. I would add that if anyone has a glass shade that they think might fit the base, please email me. The shade would have to have a tapered fluted form preferably without a fitter ring (drilled hole onl...
  22. Thanks, folks. Fledermaus - it is interesting that you mentioned that type of shade because the original catalog raisonné for this model describes it as, "GG-1900034: Elektrische Tischlampe (Nelkenla...
  23. Fortune favors the informed.
  24. Thanks, Sean. Not really. I snagged her off German eBay because apparently others were afraid or uncertain. Did you find this model somewhere else?
  25. International Netsuke Society (INS). They have a good forum with helpful people. It would be worth getting their opinion. I'm not aware of typical wear patterns in amber, so I can't speak to the pi...
  26. Thanks, Gluechip!
  27. Oz, I think the mount may actually be French.
  28. Thanks, Jensen. It amazes me too how somethings survive intact.
  29. Thanks, Vintagefran!
  30. Vetraio50, I believe, it right it is from the Art Nouveau era, but I think it may be from the British Arts & Crafts arm of that era. It could also be American circa 1910s.
  31. Thanks Paris1925 & Kyratango. She's at the pinnacle of my collection. I still wonder if this piece was ever made. It's clear the design was one of the first for Fouquet, as the drawing premiered in...
  32. Found it. Look me up on FB and I'll IM you the picture I found of an example put up for auction in alabaster in 1997. That example, however, is attributed to Garella (Professeur). The bust is entit...
  33. Thanks for the loves folks. If I had to pick a favorite designer from the Art Nouveau era, Daguet would be the one. His motif here and on most L'Art Nouveau retailed wares are pretty conventional, b...
  34. Uploaded finally. Sorry. Don't know why it didn't like the other view pictures.
  35. Working on it. Thanks.
  36. Paul Arthur's book won't be free. It's running ~$98.00 on Amazon with a release date anticipated in late Summer. I really like this form. If it had a matte green glaze on it, you could almost i...
  37. LOVED Weird War. Also was a big fan of Kubert's Haunted Tank.
  38. Vetraio50 - look up our Art Nouveau Ceramique group on FB. I just posted many more pictures of the book contents there. Love to have you in the group. Same for others who may be interested in potte...
  39. Great eye and great timing. Jason Jacques wouldn't take anything less than 5-figures on this one...but then again, he's Jason Jacques and can command that sort of premium.
  40. That explains it, Ernie. BTW - if you are on Facebook, look up our "Art Nouveau Ceramiques" group. We have a members only healthy group across the globe talking and posting only about Art Nouveau ce...
  41. OK, now you really have my attention! Where on Earth? I just want to kick myself for missing it. BTW - that artist cypher is very similar to the type that Delaherche used during his "hands on" peri...
  42. Wow. Speechless. Where on Earth did you find it? Pieces by Hoentschel are rarer than rare these days.
  43. The furniture and posters in the sale performed particularly well.
  44. Thanks, Sean68!
  45. Thanks Vetraio50. A Mucha original has always been high on my wishlist. She was not going to leave my grasp. The other positive news was how well the rest of that sale was. Art Nouveau seems to be...
  46. Thanks again AmphoraPottery. To reward your devotion, I'm uploading a picture of the piece with the shell lit up. I recently had it rewired and the piece takes on a whole new character when viewed w...
  47. Thanks folks for the comments and loves. I had to have it once I saw it on eBay...thankfully photographed badly by the seller, otherwise I suspect it might be here on the site posted by someone else ...
  48. Alfredo - Another example of this very type of vase with the same mount just sold at auction and was part of the Louis Daniel Brodsky Collection of Art Nouveau. http://auctions.bidsquare.com/view-auc...
  49. I highly suspect the piece is German illustration art, very much akin to what was common in Jugend or other popular magazines from the period. It appears to say "Munich" underneath the last name and ...
  50. The Rago bust brought some serious cash.
  51. See more

Following

BelleEpoque
posted Yesterday
Moonstonelover21
posted Yesterday
kivatinitz
posted Yesterday
Alfredo
posted 2 days ago
LoetzBuddies
posted 2 days ago
bohemianglassandmore
posted 2 days ago
vetraio50
posted 4 days ago
scottvez
posted 4 days ago
dlfd911
posted 4 days ago
austrohungaro
posted 6 days ago
jensen
posted 6 days ago
fledermaus
posted 6 days ago
AnneLanders
posted 7 days ago
Vladimir
posted 11 days ago
ozmarty
posted 14 days ago
sarahoff
posted 15 days ago
Mac63
posted 24 days ago
rniederman
posted 27 days ago
paris1925
posted 1 month ago
JJZ
posted 1 month ago
Jewels1900
posted 2 months ago
famatta127
posted 2 months ago
lostspirits
posted 2 months ago
VioletOrange
posted 2 months ago
colori
posted 3 months ago
scruples
posted 3 months ago
jericho
posted 3 months ago
artislove
posted 4 months ago
SteveS
posted 4 months ago
AmphoraPottery
posted 5 months ago
kunsthammer
posted 8 months ago
Sparkykjg63
posted 8 months ago
nouveau26
posted 1 year ago
MeltingSand
posted 1 year ago
twentiethc
posted 1 year ago
dasullywon
posted 1 year ago
Greatsnowyowl
posted 1 year ago
belleverre
posted 2 years ago
IVAN49
posted 2 years ago
LoetzDance
posted 2 years ago
Bert
posted 2 years ago
gail232
posted 2 years ago
Christoph-Lynn-Loetz
posted 2 years ago
hookbadger
posted 3 years ago
archives
posted 3 years ago
MsQ
posted 3 years ago
jsmoulcey
posted 4 years ago
Cobalt
posted 4 years ago
nptantique
posted 46 years ago
Glasshutte
posted 46 years ago
Moonhill
posted 46 years ago
augustofornasier
posted 46 years ago
magdalenagirl
posted 46 years ago
See more