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hi there, i'm young french art deco/ art nouveau collector, glass and ceramic lover. i'm also collecting lot of various items, you can follow in mey second CWpaghi there, i'm young french art deco/ art nouveau collector, glass and ceramic lover. i'm also collecting lot of various items, you can follow in mey second CWpage ANTIKARIUM. i'm also building a museum in the east of france you can follow in on the facebook page here : https://www.facebook.com/musee.des.commerces.strasbourg.nord it is still not running, but hope the museum will be done soon, its a non profit project to save memory of antique shops and works. you're welcome! in different way i'll try to run my own business in antiques, and i'll prefer to sell only for real collector and history lovers. i hope also to find some training to start art restoration (mostly ceramics). (Read more)

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art nouveau opalescent glass by LOEZT & CARL GOLDBERG - Art Glassin Art Glass
meisenthal glassworks - the bitcherland treasures-) - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
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meisenthal glassworks - the bitcherland treasures-) - Art Glassin Art Glass
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meisenthal glassworks - the bitcherland treasures-) - Art Glassin Art Glass
meisenthal glassworks - the bitcherland treasures-) - Art Glassin Art Glass
meisenthal glassworks - the bitcherland treasures-) - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
meisenthal glassworks - the bitcherland treasures-) - Art Glassin Art Glass
meisenthal glassworks - the bitcherland treasures-) - Art Glassin Art Glass

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  1. for me thye museums have a highe obligation to be able to identify theire collection as they are and not make wrong descriptions.... if they doint identify they have to say unidentified... but as auc...
  2. a goldberg scenic vase with some trees-) https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/4268759_vase-goldberg-haida-glass-art-deco-nouveau-creek
  3. hi loetzdance , i've asked to waarren if he agree with orsay and he said the same.... honnestly i dont understand how a museum can do that mistakes, as a museum he have to warrenty of origin ofmaker/...
  4. seems to be japanese porcelain, probably used as teacup
  5. hi alfredo i've not seen yours-)
  6. the staff here help to feel it -) all glassmaker in retiremnt so passionate, a really friendly staff..... so no worries, this is the place to be for all lovers of glass making.
  7. enjoy-) will post the saint louis museum collection too.
  8. in the middle some early myosotis tubular vase circa 1880
  9. yes it is -) you've did a google translation? -)
  10. you can make a trip to france and visit it by yourself-) http://ciav-meisenthal.fr/
  11. thx lee
  12. olebodie, these pieces are from meisenthal glasmuseum, i just have some of these unique beauties-) and hope so to find a collection like this in my short life-)
  13. this is my favourite-) as you can see i have a frog addiction-)
  14. love it sean -)
  15. dont be jealous, you have now the information to pick it cheaper on flea or auction-) easy to find yet-)
  16. its perfect-)
  17. lol parisation-) or not... but will look better not damaged.
  18. no egg inclusion , just a serigraphy on paper maché with some handpainted part like gold flowers. the piece have many scraches but..... "c'est la vie" maybe i'll pay to do a restauration..... if i d...
  19. hmm finally the vase is as i've feelfirst.... leon elchinger-) another leo for daddy leon-)
  20. manque plus qu'une bzzzz -) il y en avait aux enchere hier..... trop cher pour the musee-)
  21. thx, you are collecting paperweights?
  22. THX SEAN-)
  23. de rien -) love your addiction alan-) i saw your office-) we all are crazy-) i sleep with my ceramics-) enyware
  24. i alan thx, you can see a nice retrospective exhibition at asarrgemines museum until october, about elchinger atworks. i will make pictures i i got time for a trip. http://www.sarreguemines-museu...
  25. ok looks like mine-) circa 1920 i think. steel and pewter on it "fer blanc etamé"
  26. I AGREE kivatinitz, love the delicate work done by desiré christian or eugene kremer.
  27. somtimes molds are marked, so it help to identify the maker or the period.
  28. hi mareredware, i write here from my second CWacount this is my museumacount, and i'ma little bit timeless to translate the whole items. theses molds are typical from the east of france or also g...
  29. thanx a second one has come today..... wait and see-)
  30. dans la jungle terriiiibleuuuh jungleeeuh le léon est mort ce soirrrrrrr -) winbohéo winbohéo..... léonnnnn ho ho ho -) dans l'léon tout est bon-)
  31. still in auction? wish you good luck to catch your wanted piece-)
  32. hi philmac51 what did you get? can we have a look-)
  33. thx ian-)
  34. i saw it for along time in ebay france-) and nobody care of it-) .... french if its not signed hey dont know what it is-)
  35. a complete loook of the item willhelp
  36. well done pictures ean
  37. thx vetraio
  38. oui j'adore le travail tres fin sur les petales... c'est ca qui m'a plus hyper realiste
  39. thx sean-) it was a lucky day
  40. i got the monney back..... lucky me-) and do not have to send it back-)
  41. hi scott i did a paypal claim... so wait and see.
  42. 2000$ for the pair? not that expensive. on ebay i saw some argentina seller with many stunning art nouveau glass.... the prices where also stunning-) i payed mine with shipping 194$ expensive f...
  43. hi glassie, the thing i disslike is people who sell as "perfect" no dammages".... and as "client" we trust each other..... when wecant take it by hands.... for me it isan unfair situation, and most...
  44. hi-) derrick just got luck-) and had alucky day too-) with some new items for the museum-) et un beau leon-) pictures soon on CW
  45. thanx sean ,
  46. it is quite nice. some chinese souvenir in early 1930' for european market? some similar on ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Antique-Chinese-Jeweled-Solid-Brass-Lidded-Trinket-Jewelry-Box-Leaf-Des...
  47. blunderbuss2, himmler was quite crazy-) so for german WW porcelain , you have all factories in germany who where probably producting for military use. but much more for the basic military use, for...
  48. hi rucklczglass the small jewels are added with glue? it does not look like applied hot glass, it could help. thants kivatinitz for your help too-)
  49. hi for SS you had the allach factory from heinrich himmler (he buy the factory) http://www.allachporcelain.com/
  50. why not... but many did similar decoration, http://www.ebay.fr/itm/Style-art-deco-vase-Josef-riedel-polaun-pour-1900-/281619831381
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Jugendstil enameled glass bowl LOETZ  RICHARD CAMEO VASE IN BROWN Art Deco Brooch (Germany), ca. 1930 Baccarat Diamond Serpentine pattern large bowl mounted a 'peek' behind cabinet doors : ) Victorian Card Case of silver filigree, enamel and marked Footed bowl, Jacques and Dani Ruelland (ca. 1960) Amethyst and seed pearls silver beetle brooch sweet and delicate decanter by Legras' factory Legras: rare and wondeful liqueur glass and decanter Wiener Werkstätte Vally Wieselthier glass bowl Art nouveau plique a jour choker, Janvier Quercia. Eugene Baudin Vase with Bronze Base Attributed to Hector Guimard

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