braunschweig, germany

if you need help with german pottery send me an e-mail: ---- in general i'm more a hunter of nice things than a collector and many of the thingsif you need help with german pottery send me an e-mail: ---- in general i'm more a hunter of nice things than a collector and many of the things shown here are allready sold. i keep things for a while and sell them after finding nicer things... i'm working on a e-commerce shop but it will take some time to open it. (Read more)


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chinese calligrapher's water pot - Asianin Asian
sharp mz 40k from 1978 - Electronicsin Electronics
"boy with trumpet" metzler ortloff - Figurinesin Figurines
vetreria artistica oball - vase - murano - Art Glassin Art Glass
a fornasetti plate by rosenthal - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
one of my mysteries - Art Glassin Art Glass
fontana arte facetted bowl with brass handle - Art Glassin Art Glass
e. beck lithograph - Visual Artin Visual Art
the second of my historism school's lithos - Visual Artin Visual Art
old school's chromolitograph of paris - Visual Artin Visual Art


  2. nativ american quern/pestle
  3. looks like a quern/pestle and mortar for grinding corn
  4. I had serious problems too when checking gotheborg's site it's a very small zhuanshu mark.... diameter of the pot is less than 2.5inch and in the center of this zhuanshu mark a "glaze" bubble is parti...
  5. seems to say dao guang nian zhi (1821-50)
  6. japanese satsuma i think... you might find it here:
  8. might be german as well.... it's called schmalztopf over here... (pot of lard)
  9. You are right all four of my lithographs has been made in eduard hölzel's company... they've started with this kind of lithographs short after hölzel moved to vienna in 1861
  10. This one is out of the series "geographische charakterbilder" made by eduard hölzel, circa 1865-1870 eduard hölzel started with this kind of school materials in 1861 after he moved to vienna Unfort...
  11. wow matisse.... thanks a lot... time to read and hopefully learn a little...
  12. no there is no tape on the backside.... paris has been rebuild that days i think and the question is if it looked that way in the past?
  13. I would rather think it's a satsuma very nice quality... i would guess meiji period
  14. a little mistake it says this child is born in jordan taunschig (might mean township as well) in northuberland county, in the state pennsylvanien in north america, and is baptized
  15. the smaller text above are prayers
  16. therefore it is an north american birth and baptism certificate from pensylvannia in german language
  17. I have an translation for you.... just the part in the center line in line These both spouts, as: david b. Leifzer and his wife maria a born trautmann a daughter is born, the 21. day in juniu...
  18. it is german a tauf und geburtsschein... i will translate parts of it
  19. that is possible.... found some beck lithographs but no vita or something
  20. and if he comes near braunschweig (on the way to bremen for example) he can give me a short message via email.... at least he will get a very nice cappuccino in our flat...(freshly roasted ethiopian h...
  21. beside the nice pot iot is a wonderful carpet you stand on... seems to be silk? you have a president's look.... just great!
  22. 15 minutes? which direction?
  23. it is a traditional japanese kyusu tea pot i think
  24. Looks like it might be a butter cooler... The butter is is inside the lid and the outer pott contains water....
  25. Just had a look what an eagle scout is... in german language "ein pfadfinder" (pathfinder) I'm absolutely sure he will find friends there... he should visit berlin, hamburg, bremen,.. and if he lik...
  26. hopefully it is paris.... how is the building in the left quarter named?
  27. dresden is a beautyful city with strange talking germans and there are a few people with strange behavior as well anyway your son will like it there, for sure
  28. Certainly you have one... I would love to see your collection personally one day... It might happen that i run away with your wieselthier then..... well certainly i would!!!
  29. Fratelli Fanciulacci might be worth looking at...
  30. It looks like it could be an "atomic" lamp designed by trix and robert haussmann and manufactured by "swisslamps international"
  31. It is a raku vase which might be japanese but could be from everywhere else as well... raku pieces are hard to identify...
  32. It will loose in value when you clean it if it is brass
  33. It says italy F 1192 underneath... should be 1950s A possible maker might be deruta but i'm not a specialist...
  34. Well, it is signed and should be easy to identified by somebody who can read japanese/chinese charakters
  35. It is polish for sure...
  36. My guess is zwiesel.... is it blie with white and creamcolored swirls?
  37. Would be great to have a pic of the stand.... thats allways useful to get pottery identified
  38. I would have thought it might be of russian origin as well...malewitsch influenced and by futurism it seems... anyway a nice piece! Nothing on the backside?
  39. There you can read a little about marcello fantoni
  40. Nice quality.... my guess would be late 19th century
  41. Japanese maybe?
  42. I think so.... a keeper! Here is a links to more pics if somebody is interested to see more
  43. a wonderful piece...
  44. In german language but maybe it helps a little....
  45. It's the mark of the Krister Porzellan-Manufaktur
  46. My guess would be chinese...could the elefant be a calligrapher's brush holder / inkwell?
  47. I have seen this model before..... will try to remember where It might be german i think
  48. i am 99% sure it is a moretti satinato vase.... seems to be just a generic murano label to me....
  49. One of møllers best designs, i really like this one.... congrats
  50. It's by carlo moretti, satinato range
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Gorgeous Neiman Marcus Vintage Reversible Sheared Mink Coat? HARRACH VASE Two small vases, Ingeborg Lundin (Orrefors, before 1950)