ozmarty

Canberra Australia

Hoarder Collector all my life , perhaps not as posessed by the posessions as in the past but still quite addicted! Preseent drug of choice is Bohemian Glass .... thoHoarder Collector all my life , perhaps not as posessed by the posessions as in the past but still quite addicted! Preseent drug of choice is Bohemian Glass .... though all glass can attract .. the wierder the better. (Read more)

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BONE VASE but by who???? - Art Glassin Art Glass
ENAMELED GLASS BASKET - BOHEMIAN ?? FRENCH ?????? - Art Glassin Art Glass
BRITISH BEAUTY  WEBB S&W OR STUART ????? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Moser Ruby Glass Salts  - Art Glassin Art Glass
BEAUTIFUL BOHEMIAN GLASS SCENT BOTTLE - FLACON-  HARRACH??? - Art Glassin Art Glass
Little Loetz ? Tango Vase  - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tall Scandinavian / Italian ?????? cased glass jug / pitcher retro... - Art Glassin Art Glass
My Mum circa 1922 she still is a sweetie  - Photographsin Photographs
POSCHINGER IRIDESCENT  VASE circa 1900 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Tango  Vase with looped prunts  - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. The antique ring I gave my wife was too large but rather then having it cut down I gave her a watch chain so she could wear it around her neck instead .
  2. Rings are resized for various reasons usually the NEW owner wants it too fit : ) This could have been used as a wedding ring and so passed down through a family as some traditions dictate ..
  3. I believe so ...... It was you who got one of those big ones from France ??? : )
  4. Zowie I see kids and the very odd tradie down here with shorts on in Winter and teenage girls with mini skirts and bear mid drifts as well ...slaves to fashion ... and it can be minus temperatures !!!...
  5. Zowie are the images jpg ? are they on your computer?
  6. Hi Kivatinitz I am leaning towards that attribution as well. It was my initial thought then Moser or perhaps a Meiyr's Neffe piece decorated by Moser . I have searched and will keep searching but...
  7. Hi Zowie you were up early . it was a little pun ...
  8. Just stoldya Leunig!
  9. Soo Czech looking : )
  10. I can not see the Sheffield mark in the photos on here . Just makers mark W G and Crown 18 meaning 18 Karat and England No Assay Office mark or date mark. http://webarchive.nationalarchiv...
  11. Very interesting indeed .. one sees this chine on the early shells ....
  12. Gee you boys are lucky ..and have very good taste !
  13. Hi Racer 4 4 , I did look at Flygsfors as well but still not striped Dam those copies ! (note I did not use the words that Clive Palmer did : ) ) This has a very solid polished base. Paul Kedelv di...
  14. Dats whart I wanna know!
  15. Turned out more interesting than I thought it would be . Love a good mystory!
  16. Perhaps the holes were to allow this piece to be attached to a now missing base ( perhaps made of metal by Hansa ??? stunner no matter what
  17. with Lalique you don't see the mold seams ...
  18. I like these Kralik spikey bowls
  19. I love these Kraliks . they seem to be bringing good money out there in the glass world too!
  20. I picked mine up in Belgium http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/65284-kralik-millefiori-rosebowl
  21. Leave some for me ! : )
  22. Thanks for all the love folks !
  23. Me too ............I still stare at it when I pass by my main display case .
  24. Thanks for all the love folks !
  25. Hi Zowie , Down in Wet Canberra not as cold today as has been ... Go to Sydney when I can lately to the Wentworth Park collectors fair good fun and people and some times treasure>>>>>
  26. Thanks Zowie I,ve had a virus for a couple of weeks some days good other snot so OK right now.
  27. Another lovely Harrch piece! Keep'em coming !
  28. It speaks loud and clear!
  29. OOwwwH Noice !
  30. Very Egermann
  31. Love all that colour!
  32. I'm pretty sure it is Kralik too though the base does not seem to be original. perhaps it was originally part of an epergne ??
  33. Hi Vintagefran. the threads are actually pink! The general consensus of opinion is that these are by Stevens & Williams ... though the other 2 did similar. Who ever it was did a great job as the ...
  34. Hi Kivatinitz .. the humour is just being an Ozzie ( Australian ) we like to make things funny or poke fun at ourselves ...
  35. Hi Vintagefran yes type of decoration does get call Nailsea.. least the pulled loops .
  36. Door knocker . I have seen lots especiaslly in Europe love them.
  37. Beautiful
  38. Most look like advertizing cards .. not politically correct these days but to me at least historically significant as they show the prejudices of the past . ( though the scenes on ones TV screen sugg...
  39. I can still see lots of space to fill in there ! he! he ! he !......
  40. Thank you Triton1031
  41. Hi Anne we always like to see the bottom so can get a better idea. Lots of lovely glass.
  42. Found the other one! very similar http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/23434-victorian-threaded-bowl-with-applied-ra?in=1268
  43. Thanks Sean
  44. Acouple of otherr lovely examples on CW Iky's http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/59737-my-beautiful-nailsea-glass-fairy-lamp-b More Inky's ... http://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/7963...
  45. OMG..omg !! a pair!
  46. very nice indeed!
  47. very Beautiful indeed ..lucky fellow!
  48. Australian 2 bob (2 shillings ) roo . The famous "Roo" stamp is undoubtedly the most iconic symbol of Australian philately. The first examples were issued in 1913 and the series remained in print un...
  49. Hi FanciGirl I'd still like to see it as would lots of others on here as well.. so please post
  50. Hi Vintagefran, 'tis... I can not stop looking at it every time I pass my main display cabinet . So much more impressive in the flesh... the colour is deeper / richer than in the photographs.
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