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Lilliflunew

Near Munich Bavaria

www.kunstundglas.de Be a german glass collector mostly bohemian Glass. Main interest is etched glass from mid 19Cent. Also Haida Steinschoenau 20Cent. My own Paintiwww.kunstundglas.de Be a german glass collector mostly bohemian Glass. Main interest is etched glass from mid 19Cent. Also Haida Steinschoenau 20Cent. My own Paintings and Sculptures is this what I learned as a young Boy at a german Theater. Now beside old glass my Passion. See also at (Read more)

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50 Years Indepence of Texas 1886 - Art Glassin Art Glass
2 Beakers with red Overlay and engraving - Art Glassin Art Glass
2 blue bohemian Overlay Goblets with engraving - Art Glassin Art Glass
Wine Glasses from Bohemia (Haida) - Art Glassin Art Glass
Huge Goblet in historism Style and renaissance manner. Second half 19Cent. - Art Glassin Art Glass
Mirror with engraving bohemian - Art Glassin Art Glass
Fine huge bohemian goblet with lid - Art Glassin Art Glass
Agatin Opal Glass Beaker with gold Painting South Bohemian 1840 - Art Glassin Art Glass
Bohemian Cobalt blue Table Set - Art Glassin Art Glass
Two identic firing Glasses 11,4 and 11,2cm high with engraving around 1800 - Art Glassin Art Glass

Comments

  1. Hello TallCakes, thank you for your helpful comment
  2. Thank you all for your friendly comments
  3. Hello glass friends, thank you all for your comments
  4. Hi ozmarty,20, this is really surprising, thank you. It comes out of the same glass manufacture this is sure. Egerman was a refiner of glass. The form of yours is also very nice, each of both.
  5. vetraio50 and all other nice collectors people. Thank you all for your kind comments. Wish you all Happy Christmas!
  6. vetraio50 and all other nice collectors people. Thank you all for your kind comments. Wish you all Happy Christmas!
  7. By the way this piece stands now in the GLASMUSEUM WALDKRAIBURG Bavaria.
  8. vetraio50 and all other nice collectors people. Thank you all for your kind comments. Wish you all Happy Christmas!
  9. Thank you all! Love it too,
  10. Hi haidagirl, excuse this. We have here in WALDKRAIBURG (City in Bavaria) a glass Museum, special for Haida and Steinschoenau. Much glassmaker came after WW II and worked here many years in their old...
  11. Thank you all for your Love!!! Ernest
  12. Hi freiheit, no you didn´t bother me. I´m glad to awake memories with this goblet.
  13. Hi freiheit, nice to hear from your past and young days. Kind Regards Ernest
  14. Hello friends, thank you all for your Love, Ernest
  15. The engraved crown was for a count.
  16. Thank you all for your Love, Ernest
  17. Thank you for the Link. Found it. But had never contact to this exclusive lamps. Think they didn´t find often the way to my continent.
  18. mustangtony thank you!!!
  19. Thank you all!!!
  20. czechman thank you, don´t know bellova lamps, where to see?
  21. Hi Jim, can you tell me where they stand???
  22. Thank you all for your kind comments!!! Ernest
  23. hi freiheit, very nice piece. The glass top from Bohemia. The base looks earlier, would say the 20´s. The quality of cut is extreme fine.
  24. Love you all for your kind Loves!!!
  25. Hi coiny, I am excited from this two groats. Are this authentic? Very rare coins. Love it and want it. Regards Ernest
  26. Wow!!! Very high Quality!!!
  27. Thank you all for your Love!!!
  28. Thank you all for your Love!!!
  29. Thank you all for your Love!!!
  30. Love this and your red tiger too!!!
  31. Thank you BELLIN68!!!
  32. Had a Mail with Mr. Biden (The House of Brilliant Glass) it´s definitly a bohemian Brilliant Cut. Not american.
  33. Hi Greatsnowyowl, thank you so much your Links are amazing. Learned a lot about Brilliant Cut Glass.
  34. It´s possible Westmoreland. Saw in the Westmoreland forum similar Glassware!
  35. Greatsnowyowl, thank you for this tip to american brilliant cut. I´ve never heard before. Will look for more information. Today have post my second piece from the sama estate. Ernest
  36. Hi, the english name BRUNSWICK is the translation for the german feudal state BRAUNSCHWEIG which was ruled by Great Britain´s Kings. But we have no translation in german. We also use the word BRUNSWIC...
  37. Hi vetraio50, thank you for this lesson, this was a super information to this piece. Kind Regards Ernest
  38. Hi inky, your painting shows a german wintersport-city GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN. There where the olympic winter games in Germany 1936. This view you can find on a webside with this Link: http://www.ansi...
  39. Hi inky, thank you for your visit and your comment to my HUNTING WOMAN. Saw here your two Vases and can tell something about it. Have post a similar piece from my collection. It was made for the turki...
  40. Hi Moonstonelover21, thank you. You´re a Darling!!!
  41. Hello Collectors, thank you all for your kind Comments. Hi BELLIN68 missed you yesterday, thank you too. Ernest
  42. Hello Collectors, thank you all for your kind Comments. Hi BELLIN68 missed you yesterday, thank you too. Ernest
  43. Hello Collectors, thank you all for your kind Comments. Hi BELLIN68 missed you yesterday, thank you too. Ernest
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