idcloisonne

Northern Ontario, Canada

A versatile collector/dealer/evaluator, always interested in learning more. Collections have come and gone over many years, some are cherished and remain. Asian decoA versatile collector/dealer/evaluator, always interested in learning more. Collections have come and gone over many years, some are cherished and remain. Asian decorative art is a favorite, as well as old jewelry and anything decorative from the late Victorian era to earlt 20th. Bohemian glass is my latest and exquisitely challenging foray on the antique market. (Read more)

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Green Variegated White Harrach True Pair Glass Vases Gilt-Yellow Enamel Decor - Art Glassin Art Glass
Antique 1907 Stamped French Postcard Fontainebleau - Found in Packing Material.... - Postcardsin Postcards
Ougly Recent Vintage Basket Football Pressed Amber Glass Planter - Glasswarein Glassware
Buried Treasure - Old Iridescent Green Glass Jug, Roman or 1900 repro?  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Dark Brown Arts & Craft USA Kronheim & Oldenbusch Desk Set Cigarette Box - Arts and Craftsin Arts and Crafts
Perfect Pair of Green Goldberg Crimped Vases or Bowls Silver Oak leaves & Acorns - Art Glassin Art Glass
Surprise Find: A Deep Red & Coral Rindskopf Vase Giraffe Dec Missing Silver Rim - Art Glassin Art Glass
Truitt's Palda Catalog Pages - Important Czech Glass Information For Collectors - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rare Belgium Faience Art Deco Hand Painted Decorated Desk Box Signed Marked - Art Decoin Art Deco
Fun Pair Kralik Cobalt Cased Applied Multicolor Glass Chips Vases 1930s Signed - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  2. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  3. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  4. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  5. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  6. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  7. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  8. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
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  10. As a last conjecture, more of these are being sold on Ebay France, which seems to indicate either a French glass manufacturer or another European company. It think Michelle was going in the right dire...
  11. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  12. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  13. Thank you for your interest in my posting and your love CW members, always appreciated. :-)
  14. My mom, during the 1950-60s wore different types of bras, with no padding and much more decorative. I do remember some teachers in grade school, had very 'pointy' chests. :-) Perhaps the size is a cl...
  15. Nice vintage red cinnabar bottle vase, as asia1 said, PRC post 1950. The label is a Chinese cloisonne maker who exported multiple types of cloisonne to USA etc. for decades. I think this is the Jingf...
  16. The thick sewn padding might have been for nursing moms? Kind of heavy for regular wear, your sweater would have looked strange...
  17. I think it is a Rindskopf martele vase, in their purple iridescent glass decor. The impressed design is deeper and smaller, covering the whole base, with a finely and deeply streched neck area. Unusua...
  18. I did kyra, brought back memories for me too. Got my education in a private boarding school in French. The quality of your writing was VERY important then. Love the beautiful ink script and perfect n...
  19. Thanks antiquerose and Ian, for the love and comments. Loetz examples were not quite right. Possibly another maker, or a real Roman piece...?
  20. http://www.windycityart4u.com/product/ancient-roman-glass-iridescent-jug-uncleaned-two-handles/ Here is a link to two real Roman irisdescent glass jugs, still covered with thousands of years of cal...
  21. Really, that is great to know. I had been thinking that it could be some attempt at recreating Roman glass. But the colors and style are more late 19th. Bohemian. Wouldn't that be something? An early...
  22. Talking about the glass style, much like the yellow and white we see a lot off from that time period. Decoration could be Moser or someone else. The pair is a lot like my miniature jugs posted a while...
  23. Know what you mean, does look like is came from some archeological dig. I think it must have been very pretty when new. Now, very interesting too. Thanks for the comment and the love. :-)
  24. Don't know what it is Karen, but the Japanese might be insulted. LOL You can have this one. Thanks for the comment and love.
  25. Another great piece in very different shape and decor (I'm gonna borrow this image, ok???) I also believe IMHO that Rindskopf, when they impress a design in the glass it was deeper and more defined t...
  26. If you look at the base, there seem to be a line on each side of the foot rest, mold line?
  27. Yes Kyra, I was thinking about all those multicolor jade bracelets exported from China for decades, and there is always a lavender link. :-)
  28. This is a beautiful vintage bracelet! Unusual style with the sterling open work and filigree. It looks like the flowers had a gold finish, mostly worn off. It's possible the stones are genuine and ei...
  29. This could be Japanese cloisonne, beautiful colors, shape and motif in the spare style of Japan.
  30. Glad it's ok with you at this late date, I'm just learning about both, so studying shapes and decors carefully. I just bought a martele vase in the pepita color combination, yet the shape is very unus...
  31. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/81458-rindskopf-streaky-feathered-pealescent I think the martele surface gives it a slightly different proportion compared to the smooth glass.
  32. Hi Inky, just bought a similar shaped vase, and mine is Rindskopf, as well as a few others here on CW. Those are not in the martele decor. Your's is very nice, love the colors and the design. Followi...
  33. Happy Thanksgiving Bob and Amber. Love old Fukagawa pieces. I'm also in the market for replacement lids. Great idea!
  34. I have Murano birds missing parts too, they are still gorgeous and so is your fish. Thanks for sharing it.
  35. What a great group of pendants, love them! thanks for sharing.
  36. Well, ok, your tenacity is admirable. The little I know... is that these are typical Japanese export porcelain tea or probably coffee (would have to see a pot) cups in a decoration that was often use...
  37. http://www.gotheborg.com/marks/20thcenturyjapan.shtml
  38. WOW! The 'eagle eye' strikes again. What a lovely vase with superb hand painted enamel work, looks 3D. How did you clean it so the colors and shine were not affected? Thanks for posting and sharing...
  39. What a great piece of glass! Thank you for all the info too. It's very much appreciated. :-)
  40. NAWWWWW! If I can help, I get a quick out of it. It's not your 'run of the mill' subject. You've heard the expression 'the road less traveled'. I tend to go there. You as well with your glass prefer...
  41. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/126626-old-chinese-vase?in=user here is one example for you from our own posts.
  42. I helped you with enough information so you can do a search on the internet and get some answers for yourself. Your welcome.
  43. HOOO! I just checked the link I put here for you, you are right on the site page you need to be, and your vase is pictured at the bottom of it, scroll allllll thhhhe waaaaay doooownnn.... (wouuuuuiiii...
  44. Thanks Michelle, interesting answer. I was not aware Rindskopf made pressed glass then. best, lisa
  45. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/83889-kralik-furnace-decorated-vase-ca-1930s Here is another one, posted here a while back in a similar decor and shape. Hope this helps. I think you did wel...
  46. Question about silver collars, as these can be applied to a different vase, some are so banged up you would swear that's what happened to it. It is a good idea to believe the date silver hallmark, is ...
  47. http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/114916-rindskopf-green-and-yellow-marbled-vase A link to Michelle's example in marbled green, with lots of info.
  48. Actually these are very pretty Japanese export cups, and it does say "Tashiro Made", or made by Tashiro.
  49. Brilliant colors and great craftsmanship, thank you for posting this and sharing the information too. :-)
  50. Hi guys, missed this one. It is Chinese but more recent, about 1960s-80s. This is one of the cloisonne motif that was adopted in a grand way in four color variations of the older 'millefleurs' motif....
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