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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uno & östen kristiansson table mirror - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
1950s to 60s table lamp... - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
Sèvres ---Adrien Laduc - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
sword and sheath pin - Fine Jewelryin Fine Jewelry
Data-Board DATMAG "the magnetic permanent calendar" - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
murano pendant.... vistosi / mazzega suspect - Art Glassin Art Glass
a german brass oil lamp? - Lampsin Lamps
ernst wahliss ? - Art Potteryin Art Pottery
a little head 
richard süssmuth glass - Art Glassin Art Glass


  1. Very very nice piece and unbelievable it's from 1895 What is it's size? Would love to own it... congrats
  2. There has been an artist named eugene nikolsky, but i don't know if he did sculptures also....
  3. Unfortunately no markungs at all... but i've seen that the plug and the switch are both from argentina...
  4. Martin Freyer?
  5. and seems to be very rare...
  6. Had a short search... seems to be quist
  7. The upper part looks like quist... just a shot in the dark.... if you quit smoking one day, let me know
  8. Unfortunately that will happen to my one as well sooner or later... i've asked some collectors of oil lamps and they've told me that it is supposed to be manufactured in neheim-huesten at that time f...
  9. made by Sylvia Ullmann (born 1946?) and signed with her mark which has been in use from 1976 onwards.... i don't know anything about her beside the fact that she won an important german pottery price ...
  10. Might be both a vase and an oil lamp...
  11. I cant afford such a heavy one...
  12. That is a heavy piece... congrats!
  13. Maybe something like a boot jack?
  14. The pic of the bottom seems to be a little flurry.... or i had a bad beer
  15. you might ask bischoff if they know something... if you add a picture into your mail you might have luck and get an answer... their emailadress is:
  16. Possible....actually it depends on ones tooth spaces
  17. Thanks Kyratango, chinese is a good hint... will look for novelty chatelaine and fob pendants It's too small for a letter opener best
  18. Or a gopher?
  19. Are you sure it's not a marmot?
  20. Just found this so far...
  21. The most known place in germany for ivory carvings is erbach / odenwald... you might ask the german ivory museum for their opinion of age and origin... I truly believe they will understand english.....
  22. Wow cool thank you!
  23. these are rare i've just saw one of them twice on the markets over here in germany... bought one of them... same song "Wiener Blut"
  24. or leucos / roberto pamio & renato toso?
  25. Nice.... I will have a look into my books this evening. Maybe i'll find something about kochel/groeber
  26. Cool... I'll xo it right away... thanks a lot! I'll add any informytion i'll find...
  27. No sorry I'm wrong... found a germa page with your watch Unfortunately not in english but i will try to translate the important parts for you tomorrow if you are interested in it
  28. I just had a look for certina grana watches... and found some of them.... I believe the bill says it has been sold at august the 15th in aroso I believe it's from the 50s...
  29. that's what i've thought... I'll post better pics after the restauration...
  30. I think it might be from marocco, i remember at least ashtrays with the same shape offered there
  31. These are really rare zalloni's....
  32. Hi it looks like a wax reduction technique has been used to realize the pattern. Parts of the body has been covered with wax before the snakeskin like glaze has been put over it... the wax has been me...
  33. As far as i know these are german handmade marbles from the lauscha region and are called lattacinio core swirl when the inner cores consist of thin strands/ribbons of glass that run from pole to pole...
  34. Love the two hoarfrosts....
  35. Sorry can't help... But maybe you find it searching the furnitur index page, or you dont find your desk you might find a desk of drawers with the same handles there....good luck http://designmuseum...
  36. Hopefully easy to repair... love'em
  37. Hi thanks a lot for your help... and the great link as well Great source of knowledge
  38. just a guess but it reminds of Carl Fischer BKW Bürgel... might be german
  39. The beads are butterscotch amber... 1930s design I hunt for amber in the moment, but this one is sold allready It has been nice sized with 43gramm and a biggest bead of 1"
  40. Looks real to me...
  41. Amber hunters start their search after storms and pick up the swimming aber at the beaches of the baltic sea
  42. Just take a bowl fill it with water to the half... add salt untill it stops dissolving and a rest of salt is still visible at the bottom... Then put your necklace into it
  43. Lee Johnon gave me the information that the sticker says: Kiyomizu Pottery Kyoto Japan. Unfortunately the artist's signature is still a miracle
  44. Lee Johnon gave me the information that the sticker says: Kiyomizu Pottery Kyoto Japan. Unfortunately the artist's signature is still a miracle
  45. Thanks... maybe one day somebody will know
  46. Thanks a lot... that's right... Model j43 it is
  47. Possible... i was told rather korean or taiwanese than japanese
  48. Thanks a lot for the informations.nI will go searching for it right away. Tranfer printed decoration i was told it is?
  49. No my signature is different...
  50. Here are two pics of my one... never found out who made it... Will search for carlos merida right away...
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Gorgeous Neiman Marcus Vintage Reversible Sheared Mink Coat? HARRACH VASE Two small vases, Ingeborg Lundin (Orrefors, before 1950)