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Fußschale, Josephinenhütte, Siegfried Haertel, Art Deco

Fußschale, Josephinenhütte, Siegfried Haertel, Art Deco

WMF Art Nouveau Pewter & Glass Vase

View 1 of 3 - WMF polished pewter vase with art nouveau figural maiden decoration and original glass liner, Germany, 1906

Moser Art Glass lavender decanter and cordials, white floral enamel decoration with amber glass applications.  Czechoslavakian Bohemian

Moser Art Glass lavender decanter and cordials, white floral enamel decoration with amber glass applications. Czechoslavakian Bohemian Something like this is what I had in mind rther than one chalice

Check Out These Festive Fun Beads!! Michou Pascale Anderson · Glass Art | CraftGossip.com

Check Out These Festive Fun Beads!! Michou Pascale Anderson

Bird carved rock crystal – 1580 – German (Nuremberg).

Bird Date: ca. 1580 Culture: German, Nuremberg Medium: Rock crystal, silver gilt and ruby Dimensions: H. cm) Classification: Natural Substances-Rock Crystal Credit Line: Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 Accession Number: b

Charles Rennie MacKintosh window design - probably based on a design by his wife, Margaret.  Charles Rennie always gets all the credit even though she was working with these shapes and form long before they were married.

Charles Rennie Mackintosh 1901 , Berlin (Glass Window from the Mutheslus House), (Museum of Art and Design), Hamburg, (Germany)

Art Nouveau pewter and green glass claret jug

Art Nouveau silver plated pewter green glass claret jug/decanter with figural maidens, Germany, 1906

Cut to Perfection by German porcelain company Heinrich in the 1950s

German porcelain company Heinrich, The pattern is etched through the glaze by hand, using a diamond cutting wheel, to reveal the porcelain body underneath.

Freidrich Adler for Orivit Art Nouveau Pewter & Loetz glass vase, 1905

Freidrich Adler for Orivit Art Nouveau Pewter & Loetz glass vase, 1905 I luv art glass

abandoned glass botanical garden in Germany

abandoned glass botanical garden in Germany - more beautiful than the random abandoned greenhouses I found in Lincoln, NE!

'Osiris' tazza designed by Friedrich Adler and manufactured by Walter Scherf, Germany c. 1905.

Manufacturer Walter Scherf Designer Friedrich Adler Description 'Osiris' polished pewter tazza with typical Art Nouveau floral decoration and the original green glass liner Country of Manufacture Germany Date

Polished pewter claret jug with Moser style glass. Art Nouveau floral decoration to both the pewter and glass  Germany	c.1906

Polished pewter claret jug with Moser style glass. Art Nouveau floral decoration to both the pewter & glass, Germany,

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