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My second vase from this pottery - Potteryin Pottery
Nice bottle, who knows more? - Bottlesin Bottles
Light green diabolo glass vase 60/70-ties - Art Glassin Art Glass
Who helps me further with my search? - Potteryin Pottery
Did somebody seen this mark before? - Potteryin Pottery
Small plate well decorated with a woman and a fish - Potteryin Pottery
I hope somebody knows more about this old vase. - Potteryin Pottery
A litho called Metamorfosi. Who is the artist? - Fine Artin Fine Art
Who knows this monogram - Fine Artin Fine Art
I'm looking for information on an African wooden statue - Fine Artin Fine Art

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  1. This is one of the Seven Japanese Lucky Gods. His name is Daikoku. Daikoku is identified by his mallet and full bag of rice. He protects farmers, businesses and the home while assuring prosperity.
  2. Scott is right. The cigarette case is probably from after 1942 when a first piece of land was reclaimed from the water (can be seen on the map) and before 1957 when several other pieces of land were...
  3. That is the map of the Netherlands. and alpacca is: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nickel_silver
  4. https://www.invaluable.com/auction-lot/babe-ruth-original-lithograph-by-and-signed-by-je-714c-c-33b4354a9e
  5. Jerry Hersh is the one you are looking for.
  6. This explains a lot: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Willow_pattern
  7. I learn a lot while searching. This transfer decoration has been sold to various potteries because Coalport and Royal Doulton have also used this decoration and who knows which potteries more
  8. and was also made at Wedgwood and here too the decoration was called Willow. I think this one was made at Wedgwood.
  9. This vase is made by Petrus Regout & Co De Sphinx Pottery, Maastricht, the Netherlands. This decoration is called "Willow".
  10. Thailand is written on the front of the flask. In Thailand, there is a company named "New Life Sculpture Co., Ltd". They may have made this flask. Underneath the flask is also written "97%" which...
  11. On this forum there are people with more knowledge in this kind of ceramics but what I could find I thought it might be made in Austria at the Goldscheider Porcelain Manufactory and Majolica Factory. ...
  12. On the internet, this vase is sometimes attributed to Blue Mountain Pottery. I am not entirely convinced. http://www.retro-vegas.com/ceramics-sold.html
  13. A woman in Kimono. Must be Japanese.
  14. You are not the only one searching. https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/10924-asian-lady
  15. Some say it's Frank Dressen and some say he's from China.
  16. That building of the Holland America Line is located in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Today it is a well-known hotel called New York. The building can often be seen in paintings. If you make a sharp a...
  17. Could it be a city landscape of Budapest Capital of Hungary
  18. These kinds of paintings are often attributed to Xavier Rabous. We can find different paintings made in different styles, subjects and qualities. Could it make sense that the paintings signed with th...
  19. Or green https://www.etsy.com/listing/497392717/green-mountain-scene-urn?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=mountain+scene+vase&ref=sr_gallery-1-25
  20. You like blue. Again I hope the link works. https://www.etsy.com/listing/860724770/vintage-signed-mjh-567-embossed-mountain?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_sear...
  21. I've seen the same ginger jar on the internet but in a burgundy red color. I hope the link works. https://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:YDDDrYFPtHAJ:https://www.ebay.com/itm/Woods...
  22. Is it this one: https://www.terracotta.uk.com/goddess-hera-terracotta-wallpot
  23. De Pauw Pottery Delft. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/De_Delftse_Pauw
  24. This image was sold as a B/W postcard in 1904 and this one was printed by Belgian Nels printers in Bruxelles. This was from there Serie Delft and it was No 17 https://www.dreamstime.com/postcar...
  25. I think you are right. They forget to put "made" on it. Look at the mark on the pot in this link. https://www.rubylane.com/item/633293-woodPotjpn0523F/Vintage-Carved-Wood-Pot-Lid-Made. I wonde...
  26. The Wheeling Pottery Company operated in Wheeling, West Virginia from 1879 to 1923. Marked "Crown in circle WPCo. Imperial Porcelain Warranted"
  27. It is a "Gluhwein" pot. http://www.weststpaulantiques.com/germancastlepunchbowl.html
  28. You have to rotate the photo of the mark 180 degrees. It's upside down.
  29. That must be Lantern
  30. Is it a bird cage or a latern the man is holding?
  31. Nice piece. Here you can find more info: https://www.tias.com/402/PictPage/3923929167.html or https://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-Syroco-Wood-Dressing-Box-Syracuse-Ornamental-Co-NY-Complete-/1741313...
  32. Could be made by Gino Ruggeri . Here you can find more information about him: https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/256947-gino-ruggeri?in=activity
  33. Find out more: https://twitter.com/JohnBisciJr/status/1042192410686775297/photo/3 http://blog.buffalostories.com/tag/club-747/
  34. Hang them on your wall and they will bring you luck. You have to use Google translate: https://ameblo.jp/mpengin-128/ https://yuki0823.at.webry.info/201102/article_24.html http://blog-noriku...
  35. Could it be Roy Lucas?
  36. Here you can find a lot of info: https://medium.com/save-texas-history/illustrated-cartography-pictorial-maps-at-the-glo-hoffman-and-walkers-historical-pictorial-map-55c31eed7cf2
  37. This is the middle part of a triptych "The Florentine Fete A Call To Joy". The title of this part is Garden of Opportunity and the triptych was created in 1915. https://antiqueadvertising.com/fre...
  38. Those were the days my friend "Deep Purple" doesn't that sounds familiar. Seems that the band was named after an old song that was a favourite of Ritchie Blackmore's granny. O by the way, Georg...
  39. O yeah it is a Sèvres vase .......... but 1771? What was I thinking!!! Your vase is signed L Heri and he was working for Sèvres at the end of the 19th and maybe even at the beginning of the 20th ce...
  40. kwqd, as always, I appreciate your helpful contribution
  41. dav2no1 Thank you for helping to find the maker of this lithograph. I appreciate that .
  42. Seems they are both woodblock print by Urushibara Mokuchu (1888-1953). https://www.catawiki.com/l/32372515-original-woodblock-print-urushibara-mokuchu-1888-1953-horse-1950s
  43. It has a Sèvres marks. Date letter is S for 1771. https://www.theoldstuff.com/en/porcelain-marks/category/344-sevres-marks
  44. I believe this is a death mask
  45. MALKEY, as always you show that you have a good eye for beautiful art. I appreciate that very much. Thank you.
  46. kwqd, I know you appreciate beautiful things, that's why it's nice to see that you love this lithograph.
  47. vetraio50 you think it is beautiful enough to love and you are right
  48. Vinyl 33 Rpm you have watched it, rate it and come to love it. Thanks
  49. vetraio 50 thanks for another correct observation. Epsilon-Kappa I think you are right. This gives me a new insight to investigate further
  50. glassiegirl you took the time to love this vase. Thank for that
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