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mcheconi

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Amateur photographer, stuff collector...too much interests in life to choose one.

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Big Japanese Dorei clay bell in the form of Daruma-san, unknown date. - Asianin Asian
Fabergé "War 1914 * 1915" copper cigarette case Moscow - 1915 - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Vintage Wooden Daruma Doll - Dollsin Dolls
C. 1910 German Alarm Clock in the Form of a Pocket Watch - Clocksin Clocks
1930's Molded Glass Honey Jar with giant bees and Bakelite screw lid - Bottlesin Bottles
Edouard Marcel Sandoz "Perruche sur tige, crête levée" - France 1922 - Art Decoin Art Deco
Feuerhand Nr. 323 kerosene lantern - Lampsin Lamps
Giant "Baby" Rolleiflex 4x4 Dummy update - Advertisingin Advertising
The Restoration of the Giant 4x4 Baby Rolleflex Model 1 - Part 1 - Advertisingin Advertising
1920s Tejedor counter top/table top miniature mannequin / dress form - Advertisingin Advertising

Comments

  1. WOW...this must be a GREAT trip. And yes, your pictures are great too. They give me the exact scale of these magnificent beings and a good idea of how one feels standing next to them. Love it.
  2. Ms.Crystalship, thank you for your kind words. When I found the first Daruma, a wooden one I have in another post here in CW, I didn't make the correlation to what we are living now. It was very cheap...
  3. Thank you kwqd!
  4. Someone had a similar idea: https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/desk-accessories/inkwells/wwi-british-mkiv-tank-bronze-desk-inkstand-circa-1918/id-f_17333372/
  5. inkwell?
  6. racer4four, thank you! In my research I found out that the first Daruma figures had always the two eyes painted on and that this tradition of making a wish and giving Daruma his eyes came later. As yo...
  7. Thanks a lot blunderbuss2 dav2no1 Vynil33rpm aura
  8. What a nice Christmas present! Congrats!
  9. Thank you vetraio50!
  10. Many thanks Newfld!
  11. Thank you fortapache!
  12. Phil, oddly, the popping eyes are a symbol of good luck. Here's what I found on this matter: "Me Dashi Daruma "Daruma with Protruding Eyes", or "Daruma Whose Eyes Pop Out". Me ga Deru and Me ga Deta i...
  13. Masterpiece is an odd name for fertilizers but the sign is great. Nice find!
  14. Your animal sculptures are wonderful. What a lovely collection! This rabbit is simply beautiful, with all the details and the great pose. Congratulations!
  15. Thank you SEAN68 for the love!
  16. Thank you jscott0363! So glad my post made you discover the Daruma legend!
  17. Thanks clockerman!
  18. Thank you wickencrafts! You are a brave fellow :)
  19. Thank you Sean!
  20. Newfld, thank you for your kind words about Brazil and Sao Paulo. I am happy you and your husband have a nice impression about my Country. Sorry for the bad news, I didn't realize you liked the show s...
  21. The hallmark is from German company Meyle & Mayer, circa 1900. Check it here (the last one) https://www.925-1000.com/Fgerman_marks_a1884_6.html 935 silver is a German thing. The enamel work is cal...
  22. You are so right.
  23. lovely piece.
  24. Happy Holidays Mani!
  25. Happy Holidays Phil!
  26. Merry Xmas Vynil33rpm!
  27. racer4four is right about Louro Jose's "personality". And the bad news is that his puppeteer died last month :(
  28. Take it to a museum. The MoMA, if you can.
  29. Thank you HappyHourOwls!
  30. Thanks pickrknows!
  31. jscott0363, thank you and I am glad you liked it.
  32. Thank you Brunswick for the love!
  33. Fabulous piece. Congrats.
  34. very elegant.
  35. As for the sucker for design that I am, these were always on my list. Sweet!
  36. Very nice find. And the restoration is great.
  37. Irishcollector is absolutely right.
  38. Thanks AnythingObscure!
  39. Thank you ho2cultcha!
  40. Thank you BB.
  41. What a great idea to display them. Good job!
  42. Thank you Phil, I am so happy I found this jewel. I don't know much about trench art besides that there are some very well made planes and tanks replicas made by bored soldiers. This little cigarette ...
  43. Thank you valentino97!
  44. Many thanks to RichmondLori, dav2no1 and fortapache!
  45. Hello Manikin, thank you for your love. Yeas, I am well and hope you are fine too. There are treasures out there! xo
  46. Thank you kwqd!
  47. I remember my Disney story records...
  48. Thanks Vynil33rpm...I am so happy!
  49. Thanks vetraio!
  50. More reference links: http://www.sammler.ru/index.php?showtopic=13813
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