getthatmonkeyoutofme

braunschweig, germany

if you need help with german pottery send me an e-mail: info@adorabilis.com ---- 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: info@adorabilis.com ---- 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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Murano table lamps - Art Glassin Art Glass
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kuhn marked brass bowl - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
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  1. It looks like it might be german.... possibly by elmshorn or schramberg or zell harmersbach 10% possibility that it might be roesler as well It is difficult...
  2. Reminds me of erik höglund's designs for boda glasbruk Just a shot in the dark
  3. Might be helpful to see a pic of the backside
  4. Just a guess "PRIMITVO GARCIA VILCHEZ CHULUCANAS" from peru?
  5. Merry Christmas Sean
  6. I think audrey never should have started wearing lamp shades...
  7. You can find more informations there http://www.pickelhauben.net/pickelhaube.htm
  8. Outstanding quality and such a perfect shape... i'm envious
  9. Riihimaki tamara aladin i think it is
  10. You might ask rosenthal... normally you'll get a quite fast answer
  11. Yepp, you shoupd be right... looks like kjell
  12. these are cameroon dwarf blackbelly mowers
  13. Wow, thanks a lot aissia, even i think my stuff is not that good as other collections i have seen here.... and at least half of my things shown here are allready gone again.... unfortunately i allw...
  14. Dennet Barker ?
  15. Is this the same table? There is a sticker shown on the last picture shown there which might help... http://www.deconet.com/item.images.action?id=21299
  16. ...exactly
  17. maybe advertisement for them? http://www.kuhnnorthamerica.com/
  18. own a yellow one
  19. Thanks a lot kyratango and for the loves Dai Nippon Yokohama Imura Zo it says... http://www.asianart.com/phpforum/index.php?method=reply&RId=59836&gId=1&MSubject=Re%3A+large+platter&PID=59783&PHP...
  20. Me too...
  21. seems to be 12V originally wired to an external transformer, because the body of the fixture acts as a conductor Miniature 12V (E10) lamp screw bases might work
  22. Love them... what's the shade's diameter at the top? I can have a look for the missing parts if you want me to....
  23. First cleaning step done..... Strange... there is just one wire to each bulb and a single wire connected to the globe... seems to be current carrying electricity when switched on...?
  24. The lightoliers i have seen are with different bulbholders.... it's really a miracle who made this one
  25. yes i had a look... 1stdibs.... a bargain's place
  26. Just cleaned the arms....will take a while to finish it...
  27. 1950s to 1960s i guess
  28. You might alsos ask at the facebook chinese ceramics and art group. https://m.facebook.com/groups/185857384957780/ And if it turnes out to be japanese https://www.facebook.com/groups/9274392...
  29. I had several of these model over the years in different sizes and versions and everything seems to be ok for me that this is an original.... the shape has been made in satinated glass, in colored gla...
  30. Thats right
  31. Japanese maybe? Glaze looks a little bit like it...
  32. Thanks a lot Rick for all the information and for the links as well... i really appreciated it...
  33. Maybe one day i will know who did this one... daum shoul be allways signed i think... Liuligongfang as well
  34. I've seen bigger ones made by daum nancy.... but unfortunately no idea who made this though...
  35. I would rather think 50.000 lire?
  36. French i think
  37. https://www.google.de/search?q=nativ+american+quern/pestle&espv=2&biw=1604&bih=891&site=webhp&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjXl__i1LXJAhXMlSwKHVc4CQEQ_AUIBigB
  38. nativ american quern/pestle
  39. looks like a quern/pestle and mortar for grinding corn
  40. 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...
  41. seems to say dao guang nian zhi (1821-50)
  42. japanese satsuma i think... you might find it here: gotheborg.com/marks/satsuma.shtml
  43. http://www.sharpmz.org/mz-40/first40k.htm
  44. might be german as well.... it's called schmalztopf over here... (pot of lard) https://www.google.de/search?q=schmalztopf+westerwald&espv=2&biw=1604&bih=891&site=webhp&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved...
  45. 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
  46. 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...
  47. wow matisse.... thanks a lot... time to read and hopefully learn a little...
  48. 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?
  49. I would rather think it's a satsuma very nice quality... i would guess meiji period
  50. 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
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