kivatinitz

Córdoba, Argentina

I am a scientist and professor full time at the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba with a PhD in Biological Chemistry. Sergio is my mate and we have to children. I haveI am a scientist and professor full time at the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba with a PhD in Biological Chemistry. Sergio is my mate and we have to children. I have several interesting glasses, specially bohemian since they are the most common here. (Read more)

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Fabulous Minton´s plate pierced and hand painted - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Victorian emeral glass box with enamel in the Mary Gregory style - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Small Mary Gregory emerald cup unusual figure - Art Glassin Art Glass
Posy bud vase or holder Bohemian  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Rindskopf? enameled vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art deco Carlton Ware vase - Art Decoin Art Deco
Bohemia crystal beacker with metal stand - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Mor details of Steinschonau vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian schwartzlot vase, possibly steinschönau - Art Glassin Art Glass
Satinized clear glass biscuit jar hand enameled  - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau

Comments

  1. Thanks Alfredo to let me inside your home. I learned a lot with your posts, your are so generous with your knowledge.
  2. so beautiful
  3. splendido il tuo racconto, da noi se dice que todo lo que tenemos en realidad lo alquilamos ya que en este mundo estamos de paso.
  4. They glow under uv or black light?
  5. Thanks racer4four for commenting on this item
  6. The first time I see one
  7. I have one similar to that but it lucks the recipient for the candle. I wll try to post it in the next days. This treasure is not so little... compliments
  8. thanks I enjoyed too much the Amphora ballet
  9. lo lógico sería que la palmera fuese para Pallme que quiere decir eso pero yo no - encontré ningún sticker que fuese así http://www.ebay.es/itm/Likorglas-mit-oroplastischen-Dekor-Joh-Oertel-in-Haid...
  10. thanks for showing us your small wonderful pieces
  11. very expresive the pig
  12. very expresive the pig
  13. Dear Ian, have you looked them under black light? I have a pair and they are vaseline glass, I thought to be french glass and perhaps the one with the rim is a broken one that has been repaired. I am ...
  14. http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php?topic=48682.0 allí hay bastante información Espero te sea útil.
  15. It makes me want to have it in my hands, it seems smooth and silky....
  16. No it is not vaseline glass, its pale green-Thanks cogito
  17. really like a pic-nic day
  18. so modern so in movement
  19. Thanks Moonstonelover21. Have you any idea about it?
  20. bellísimo
  21. Thanks Moonstonelover21
  22. thanks Moonstonelover21, vetraio50 and MrsWarren
  23. I have got a similar one but it is the older brother, it has 36 cm height....14" .... it glows and the shape it is exactly the same
  24. Muy bonita 1850?
  25. Very beutiful, vaseline glass with mottled glass...amazing
  26. Very interesting the shape, I think it was to use the two cups
  27. How interesting it is looking such an important doucment. Your are a very experienced collector.
  28. yes some times simplicity is exiting as this velvet vase, like the pinky clouds in printemps dawn...Lemon icecream from www.heladosbariloche.com.ar are the most.
  29. I enjoy very much what you teach about early bohemian glass. Thanks a lot.
  30. Really very interesting and original piece of art
  31. really huge
  32. Really very rare... it is amazing the great diversity of Harrach motives
  33. Thanks for let me know such wonderful goblets, I enjoy very much enameled items.
  34. Thanks Warren by your help, it really seems possible that Mechold Bruder from Haida were the craftsmen, I would enjoy pouring some cherry from this bottle into a goblet while playing cards....
  35. Thanks inky, I am trying to do so....
  36. See more

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