braunschweig, germany

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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letter opener with butterscotch handle - Art Decoin Art Deco
Radio T520 by Dieter Rams for Braun; Frankfurt - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern
ebony and ivory lidded box - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Footed blue vase with gilded decoration - Art Glassin Art Glass
Art Nouveau / Jugendstil Gas Chandelier - Art Nouveauin Art Nouveau
Inger Persson for Ro?rstrand - Potteryin Pottery
effigy vessel - pre-columbian - Native Americanin Native American
Older pottery vessel from south amerika - Potteryin Pottery
a little older jesus sculpture - Figurinesin Figurines
Richard Uhlemeyer (1900-1954) - Mid-Century Modernin Mid-Century Modern


  1. It's a piece from the 13th to 14th century.... older than thought
  2. 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...
  3. 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....
  4. ....or Ichma pottery?
  5. Chancay Culture.....? sorry
  6. Chankay Culture?
  7. I believe this to be from circa 1962 ... actually the geometric decor and brushed elements reminds me of some carstens art deco "spritzdekor" pieces.... certainly the foamy fat lava glaze hasn't been ...
  8. Please be sure....this is not a fake.... the figurine is quite old...200years for Sure, but should be even older.... the box it stands on is new... i will visit the univerity for conservation and rest...
  9. Renaissance an archeologist told me?
  10. hi manikin that are worm holes in wood in deed and dear postcardcollector it might be a dug artifact but I'm not sure... wouldn't it have lost all the paint then? i might go and ask a museum?
  11. Should be Form the timeframe Mrs. Kupler died.... 1820s
  12. You should have a look at the lower edge of your miniatures if you can find a signature. These Signatures are sometimes really undersized... a magnifying glass might be needed I have three books abo...
  13. 1st of all: thanks for all the loves dear vetraio... unfortunatley only the small green bowl is signed... it's an ekenäs piece... doesn't mean all pieces are scandinavian though... they still have ...
  14. I should and try to remember
  15. Found it in the cellar of an antique dealer's storage... went there to buy a poggenpohl form 1000 kitchen and found them there.... it was fun there
  16. Found it in an shop who buys silver and gold to send it to a parting work.... I've paid the 35€ he asked for it....
  17. never mind... actually not the russian, we the germans are all evil ;-§
  18. you won't move them an inch without disassemling... that would take several hours... it is heavy like a whale... it stands in a house which has been sold and the ne owner don't want to keep it.... i...
  19. in belgium? bought it in hannover yesterday... 45 minutes from here (braunschweig)
  20. I never saw a rosenthal rosewood stopper... but it might be by them. By the way i live just in the middle of germany dear Efesgirl
  21. Even i think 5500usd is far too much, he is right that this design is by sergio asti... just phoned with a friend of mine who knows nearly everything about cutlery.... he had a look in the matching IC...
  22.,_SILVER-PLATED.html Strange price.... like 1stdibs
  24. Charles-Henri Augustin it seems to be....
  25. a link to all the miniatures
  26. Yes, all handpainted and from around 1780 to 1820..... some of them in solid gold frames... I first have to do some investigations about them, before i post them Will visit some museums the next day...
  28. As far as i know the technique is called "a scavo" Made by several venetian/murano glassmakers in the past But by chinese gkassmakers as well....
  30. efesgirl, to me as well at first sight i have to admit
  31. i don't know for sure but i think it's normal that both ends are marked...
  32. reminds a little of the east german glass pieces like these$_72.JPG
  33. i need a new idea for a birthday present...
  34. very nice...
  35. do you searched for sang de boef or oxblood glaze allready?
  36. I've met the guy i've got it from and asked him... He told me he bought the handle on a fleamarket in paris several years ago and added the blade later.... who knows though?
  37. It should be from the 1950s
  38. Nice piece.... It is by Alessio Tasca, well known italian potter, born 1929
  39. Here i am but i've no idea... don't know in which country to put this piece... But i will keep it in my mind
  40. Looks like it might be a peruvian vessel
  41. reminds of luwig hohlwein's designs
  42. It's a ceramano vase, pattern is named minerva, modelnumber 904
  43. yes it's russian and made around 1970
  44. Hi Alan, Your piece made by "Scheurich", just in case you don't know allready...
  45. By chance, i found others of the VW edition.... i'll try to get the elephant which is still missing and post the whole bunch then, if you want me to...
  46. Well, it is leather but it can't be preserved i think...
  47. Oops...!!! you are right antiquerose... vases!!! but I have to admit that i would never ever use vases for flowers... putting flowers into vases makes them dirty... and from a statistical point of vi...
  48. Thanks a lot you've been 32minutes faster than me....
  50. If you will have a look at the link below you can find some pieces by fritz lampl / orplid:
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Bjorn Weckstrom - Space Apple  -1975 - Lapponia Gorgeous Neiman Marcus Vintage Reversible Sheared Mink Coat? HARRACH VASE Two small vases, Ingeborg Lundin (Orrefors, before 1950)