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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S XVII Moustiers faience plate - Kitchenin Kitchen
A very antique soft paste hand painted penholder? - Officein Office
A museum quality Art Nouveau platter marked Limoges, but it is not - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Two victorian firing tumblers of flint glass - Victorian Erain Victorian Era
A big CYPA (cerámica y porcelana argentina) platter that was bought as French but was English - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
The table of our kitchen: four different occasions - Glasswarein Glassware
Huge charger or plaque antique children with a rabbit by Proudhon Pierre Paul - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Another marvelous Carltonware with butterflies - Art Decoin Art Deco
Two art nouveau german cups - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Georgian silk embroidery - Victorian Erain Victorian Era


  1. Thanks racer4four
  2. Thanks for your comment Vintagefran
  3. I try to put it against the light tho show that it is transparent translucent although it is thick. Thanks Riply206 I am trying another picture thats why there is a place left.
  4. you know vetraio jugendstil is my style I adore this contrast of the smooth lines with the roughness of the material
  5. delightful
  6. I had never saw one like this one.
  7. wonderful, I do not how to say it in English se me hace agua la boca...
  8. racer4four I posted something for you
  9. Beatiful open sugar
  10. Thanks for your long comment. Yes I think she could be, because of the so short skirt, the nude arms the golden rimmed coife- It is very interesting interchanging ideas with you and the others.
  11. thanks Kyratago yes it is not tored out your english is better than mine, can you tell me something of the shoes of the girl or the bonnet?
  12. It is framed like a picture, the frame is not so old, its uncurved wood lets say 1940 around similar to this
  13. I thought it was a figural creamer, and search for Bayereuth but they do not look alike....
  14. beatiful
  15. vetraio 50, aghcollect, surfdub66 y racer4four I appreciate it very much these loves for a pottery made in Argentina
  16. Yes Zowie, without doubt the glass is very very heavy, and all the base is done as to support it. It is a pitty because it would look prittier the glass without such a base.
  17. racer4four thanks for your comments...
  18. I am not an expert at all but I have several plates with the registry diamond, today I posted two of them. I think tat yours is much better that the one one ebay since it is full marked and has no chi...
  19. You know Alfredo, it is possibly here there are several Kralik glasses, I do not remember why I descarded the possibility, but I believe it was because of the decor with el decorado con manga para tor...
  20. I think vetraio is right and on the link ...
  21. thanks for the comments and all the loves 17 I did not imagine it was going to became so popular :)
  22. thanks Moonstonelover, Zowie and racer 4four for your compliments
  23. bellísimos
  25. I have no idea thanks for replying Ian. Nice weekend.
  26. done I just posted it, tell me what you think
  27. Thanks a lot shrine because I am totally ignorant about oriental porcelain.
  28. Thanks Alfredo you are a great teacher...
  29. my cammera was without batteries I will recharge it and post. Mine is 1 cm taller and the top is worked in hot so that it reproduces the bas contour. Pleas I am sorry but English is not my mother lang...
  30. I will post mine, it is the same blank but decorated
  31. I think the flower and leaves are blackberries
  32. Are they too big for being barbers bottles?
  33. too pretty.....I think is art nouveau....
  34. thanks...
  35. the third for your collection
  36. as charcoal says
  37. the main difference between the two productions is that Moser was cut glas and the other is clearly pressed glass as seem these smoking set.
  38. modern design beatiful colours
  39. A wonderful vase and compliments for the pictures
  40. It is always a pleasure to learn from both ozmarty and Warren.
  41. I really was amused by these saving money devices. Compliments. FromWikipedia A spill vase was usually kept on the mantel piece and was filled with rolled paper tapers or very thin wood sticks, calle...
  42. Yes old books contain several pieces of history, sometimes there are annotaitions or other pages of that previous owners had put inside to hide or to protect, on the other hand books of geography see...
  43. wonderful jugendstil
  44. Thanks Ozmarty
  45. you know here in Còrdoba I had never see a Riedel....beatiful the pair
  46. Too pretty!!!!!!!
  47. Ozmarty, if there is a next time tell me so that we can invite you home.
  48. I adore Haida enamelled glass... this is so modern...
  49. The F most probably stands for foglia (leaves) of some plant that their botanical name firsts letters were AS
  50. The three little marks were done by the little sticks that supported the piece inside the kiln. The piece seems very old. Compliments. I think that the F is farmacia y SA probably the stuff, since the...
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Art Nouveau Kralik Silvered Bands Green Purple Iridescent Vase Bohemian Twisted Feet Sterling Rim Vases My most wonderful Kralik Bamboo Harrach (attrib) Art Nouveau Enameled Glass Vase, Purple shaded to clear, ca. 1905 Loetz Malachit with Ormulo Mounts, ca. 1880s


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