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if you need help with german pottery send me an e-mail: ---- in general i'm more a hunter of nice things than a collector and many of the thingsif you need help with german pottery send me an e-mail: ---- in general i'm more a hunter of nice things than a collector and many of the things shown here are allready sold. i keep things for a while and sell them after finding nicer things... i'm working on a e-commerce shop but it will take some time to open it. (Read more)


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Unknown Anthropomorphic Vessel  - Potteryin Pottery
Two so called rock hoppers  by Lotte Glob - Potteryin Pottery
Tin tobacco box with hunting scene - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
Richly carved snuff box - Tobaccianain Tobacciana
threaded art nouveau vase - Art Glassin Art Glass
japanese ando cloisonne vase?  - Asianin Asian
Art nouveau vase which I can't find - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Koloman Moser for Loetz?  - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
lidded jar from haida steinschönau i guess? - Art Glassin Art Glass
"Bläckfisken" (the Octopus) - Luxus Sweden 1957 - designed by Uno & Östen Kristiansson  - Lampsin Lamps


  1. Thanks a lot Golgatha I will have a look for Mambila bronze pieces Vynil33rpm I guess you've got it....
  2. Thank you lizzycbw, I might ask the British museum this in a few days Just saw your inkwell and wrote my ideas in your post, what I think it might be
  3. Glaze wise I believe it might be a piece from Buergel a town in germany with a long pottery tradition. It reminds me of pieces by carl fischer. round about 1910 to 1930 would be my guess
  4. Thanks a lot for your help because of your lott I have found the maker... It is by Lotte glob... She is a danish artist who lives in the north of scotland. This sculptures are called rock hoppers......
  5. Cool thanks for your help welzebub
  6. it is a design by the famous potter karl scheid
  7. This is on my search list now
  8. here some informations about the monkey king: and some about Mr Klee:
  9. sehr schön
  10. Well, just send me your Painting and i will see
  11. It would be great go have a pair and yes we use it in the moment. Hopefully it will stay a little longer
  12. nice sized too.... and i believe it to be a german piece
  13. Have a look here.. ..
  14. yes... i will not touch it with water or chemicals of any kind i 've just used a fine brush to remove the dust
  15. thank you kyratango.... and sean i've changed the pics and add a pic of the backside... i will make a pic of inside tomorrow when light is better
  16. hmmm... i'll keep this in my mind
  17. looks like wmf germany to me... not 100% sure
  18. thanks esteban i should have thought of ilsenburg I'm a little ashamed
  19. found the model's name: Cartouchiere GM seems to be original compared to other examples
  20. thank you sooooooo much kyratango... i learn a lot here... words like tube hinge and c clasp for example and certainly about sentimental ivy symbolism
  21. hi thruthordare it's a smaller piece... made a picture which shows... 12cm in diameter
  22. i've updated the pics... hopefully that might help to get it identified
  23. Ivo de Santis would be great I Love bis work
  24. thanks for the loves and thoughts... i'll keep it for a while
  25. Schliersee or Harrach?
  27. Dear racer4four height 3inch and width 2.25inch Thanks for the loves
  28. i haven't identified the artist but i've asked a specialist and he said it is ivory for sure... at least one question solved
  29. Dear Anik Thanks a lot for this lightning fast and exact Information... Upside down... Damn Thanks for the Loves and your comment dear Sean as well
  30. updated the pic's... hopefully it helps to identify a maker
  31. I've found a seller who owns a similar vase... his vase comes from the "arndt collection" and all his pieces has been purchased by the arndts from 1950 - 1964... maybe this helps to identify a mak...
  32. they remind me of some josef hoffmann chairs... but copied often ove...
  33. And yes it is danish
  34. It's a Duck designed by Hans Bølling in 1959
  35. Possibly an eggcup by Walter Bosse....
  36. Harvey ?
  37. i used a similar as a dining table i may post mine as well i like these undestroyable pieces
  39. i can't say much about the age... but bavaria is a part of germany (unfortunately as we say in the north of germany) ,-)
  40. ... actually glass
  41. I've found a similar numbered piece and the seller says it is "eichwald keramik" i'm not 100% sure he is right but it's a possibility....
  42. german or austrian i believe - the formnumber is the 6368 different sizes has been produced in this design.. at least 7 because that's the size number of your cachepot. the other number is the deco...
  43. Actually it is pottery for sure...
  44. No idea what it is.... just made the needle test Nothing happened... at least i know it is not plastic Underneath something is written in kurrent gothik handwriting... which i can't read.... i've ...
  45. I've just added a picture showing the weavy lines which I've tried to explain.... they appear like the lines on the picture of this piano key tops
  46. The Diameter is 7cm / 2.75inch Under a magnifying glass i can clearly see weavy lines, but they are different to the ones i can see at the feet which are definately ivory... The lines on top are mo...
  47. It's a piece from the 13th to 14th century.... older than thought
  48. Just because i searched the whole roos van de velde webpage for a similar design.... just kidding Anyway van de velde would be nice....but I should find a...
  49. Roos? Just had a look... so you mean Henry? That would be fantastic.... there are similarities with some of van de velde designs.... but i don't find a confirmation....
  50. ....or Ichma pottery?
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