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West Marin, California

Art nouveau, aesthetic movement, arts and crafts, Victorian, animals, plants, naturalistic themes, fantasy, children's stories, folklore, mythology, novelty items, eArt nouveau, aesthetic movement, arts and crafts, Victorian, animals, plants, naturalistic themes, fantasy, children's stories, folklore, mythology, novelty items, etc. (Read more)

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German Regimental Stein, 12th Royal Bavarian Infantry Reserve, 10th Company, Neu-Ulm, Made for Johann Freinberger, 1905 - Brewerianain Breweriana
Hand Painted Birds and Gilded Tea Cup, Copelands China, T. Goode Commission, England, ca 1890s-1900s - Animalsin Animals
Kingfisher Enamel Jewelry, Arts and Crafts Style, Unknown Maker, possibly British Isles, ca 1900-1920? - Animalsin Animals
Blue Sèvres Style Pottery Urn with Limoges Enamel of Renaissance Woman, France, ca 1880-1900, Galle Pottery? - Potteryin Pottery
Iridescent Green Glass Vase, Art Nouveau Styling, Unknown Maker and Period - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Nouveau Greeting Card, Woman with Raised Arm, Eva Daniell (Artist), Raphael Tuck & Son's, England/Germ., ca 1902, Attrib. - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Scared Halloween  Jack-O'-Lantern Paper Diecuts, Made in U.S.A., ca 1930s-1940s - Advertisingin Advertising
Jumping Koi Fish Majolica Glaze Pottery Umbrella Stand, Unknown Maker and Period - Animalsin Animals
Wassail Milk Glass Punch Bowl with Satyr, Imp, Goat, and Grape Harvest, Imperial Glass, Ohio, 1950 - Glasswarein Glassware
Scaredy Black Cat Halloween Paper Diecuts, Made in U.S.A., ca 1920s-1940s - Advertisingin Advertising

Comments

  1. Just curious, is there a visible signature on this one (like the Etsy one). Also, did you pull it out from the frame (although it may be too fragile to risk it) and check the back (if no clear signatu...
  2. Wow, that is an impressive piece! Also, great ID on that one...
  3. Yes, the glaze is really impressive! Never heard the term Fruit-Skin Glaze, super helpful to know about it. Thanks!
  4. mp.kunst, the large poorly drilled hole in the bottom is pretty bad! Probably worse is that they likely removed extensive ormolu from the entire piece. We found it fully wired with a massive lamp ...
  5. yougottahavestuff, just saw the enamel piece by Camille Faure in the traditional Limoges style, super nice and incredible garage sale find!
  6. renedijkstra, thank you for your expertise, super helpful research, and comments!!!!
  7. For a great post by bluemax1914 on a pair of authentic regimental steins from garrison Ulm, see: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/95809-mega-rare-imperial-german-companion-rese?
  8. Amazing find! Just posted another regimental stein (believed to be authentic) that would be from just across the Danube river at Neu-Ulm in Bavaria.
  9. yougottahavestuff, great Limoges piece by the well-known enamel artist, Camille Faure! Your wife does have a good eye!!! The frame is great too.
  10. For a very helpful discussion about Spode and T. Goode marks, see the following posted email from The Spode Museum: http://ronebergcairns.com/2005onwards/house05_147.html
  11. Thanks for the loves! Aly, thank you for your comment!
  12. renedijkstra, thank you for your comment. Can you explain what is strange about the mold number?
  13. Posted a similar scene of a kingfisher overlooking a pond, in this case a piece of enamel jewelry: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/273691-kingfisher-enamel-jewelry-arts-and-craf?
  14. Previously posted another item with a similar scene of a kingfisher overlooking a pond (seems to have been a common theme around turn-of-the century): https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/271545-k...
  15. Marking this "mystery solved," as a result of mp.kunst's observations and additional research. This piece seems to have been made by Galle Pottery.
  16. Wow, that is an impressive bowl!!!
  17. billretirecoll, we love your collection of Tepco skull mugs. We only have one of them with the long jaw. Just at Alameda yesterday and people want big money for them, one was priced over $70!
  18. Thanks for all the loves! Jewels1900, thank you for pointing us to De Koningh's kingfisher pieces, which are incredible! As you note, the style seems different, more precise, realistic, and natura...
  19. Thanks for all the loves and Newfld, vetraio50, Mrstyndall thank you for your comments!
  20. Just saw this great Collectors Weekly article on arts and crafts jewelry: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/an-interview-with-arts-and-crafts-jewelry-collector-and-author-elyse-karlin/
  21. AdeleC, thanks, modifying the date range in the title!
  22. Happy Halloween!
  23. Happy Halloween!
  24. Thanks all, eventually we will get there!
  25. The vases that were sold by Skinner appear to be currently for sale at the following link, lots of detailed pictures: https://solomontreasureny.com/product/a-rare-pair-of-emile-galle-cobalt-blue-porce...
  26. mp.kunst, wow, I believe you are correct! All three with central Limoges enamel roundels of similar subjects and the pottery with similar glaze colors, dark blue top and aqua underneath. Thank you ...
  27. kyratango, thank you!! Your posts are incredible, still need the time to go through all of them!
  28. For more on Loie Fuller, see: https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-loie-fuller-pioneering-dancer-brought-art-nouveau-life
  29. Linking to another art nouveau woman (in this case a fairy) that we posted earlier that is also likely inspired by Loie Fuller: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/271608-art-nouveau-plique-and-s...
  30. Wow, that is spectacular!
  31. ho2cultcha, thanks much! Additionally, there is a fairly similar Limoges enamel plaque that can be seen here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/490047639/antique-french-limoges-hand-painted
  32. welzebub, thanks again, that makes total sense. We bought it because we liked it, but of course want to learn more if we can.
  33. welzebub, thanks, just trying to find similar examples (not assuming the attributions are correct) and did not locate any similar pieces on the research site: https://www.loetz.com/ ...which of course...
  34. Another vase on ebay with similar base, color, and iridescence: https://www.ebay.ie/itm/Art-Nouveau-Vase-um-1900-Loetz-/274059250652?hash=item3fcf344bdc
  35. Another vase with similar footed base and elongated neck. Top is different, though, as is finish, ground, and casing: https://scottishantiques.com/loetz-papillon
  36. Super helpful post, thank you for sharing your expertise!
  37. Just saw a somewhat similar vase listed on ebay, as "Art Nouveau glass vase to 1900 Loetz. Iridescent." See: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Art-Nouveau-Glass-Vase-um-1900-Loetz-Vase/282936185958?_trkparms=a...
  38. Wow, I don't believe I have ever seen Silver Springs pottery before. We have one Niolak mission swirl piece, which has some obvious similarities. Great post!
  39. Ms. CrystalShip, thank you for your comment! When it comes to art glass, we are definitely reliant on the expertise of others!
  40. For a great reference on Loie Fuller and her impact on dance and Art Nouveau style, see: http://timelapsedance.com/about/loie-fuller/
  41. Ms. CrystalShip, Thanks, we will be sure to check out Vynil33rpm Tuck postcards!
  42. Thanks for the loves! Still hoping for any thoughts about possible period and location of production.
  43. Just posted some spooky pumpkin diecuts: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/273034-scared-halloween-jack-o-lantern-paper?
  44. Here is a link to some spooky black cat diecuts that we posted earlier: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/272528-scaredy-black-cat-halloween-paper-diecut?
  45. Here is the link to Tuck's similar postcard: https://tuckdb.org/items/75508?epik=dj0yJnU9SElWMmNaOGZ6S1VDcmFaNHgtNHhkSFZ3RW9Wc0YzRW0mbj10a3lPWThMeExleEtLbWpIYkpvN2hRJm09MyZ0PUFBQUFBRjJhMWt3
  46. For more detail about the waterfall legend and symbolic meaning of koi, see: https://koistory.com/blog/koi-fish-meaning-and-myth
  47. sklo42, thanks this is super helpful. The timing is right. We purchased this at a street antique fair in the Bay Area 20+ years ago, and he started producing art glass around 1986 and selling it at fa...
  48. One more link, with lots of different examples of Glo-Dial Clocks: http://www.neonclock.org/Pages/Manufacturer/Glo-Dial/ManGDGallery.htm
  49. Thanks for all the loves! If anyone has a lead on where to access old Consolidated Lamp and Glass Company catalogs, please let us know. We believe Rejuvenation had one up in the past, but they seem to...
  50. You can see a glossy version of wassail bowl here: https://www.nmgcs.org/feature-gallery/ Scroll down on page.
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