Please note that we do not guarantee the functionality of the clock movement. Shows appropriate wear consistent with age and use. We are happy to answer any questions and to provide a detailed condition report upon request.
Condition Is Good, See Images Carefully, Images Are It’S Own Description. Antique German Bisque Vase Porcelain Gilt Floral Blue Bottle Flask Decorative. Size Is 3 Inches Bottom Diameter, And 10 Inches Tall From Surface. Two Hairline At Bottle’S Bottom, Which You Can See In The Images.
Here is a rare and early German textile from the early 1800s. Please note condition in photos. Dimensions: It measures 17 x 19 inches. Materials: Organically-dyed wool, hemp or cotton, silk edges. Condition: unraveling in lower half. Provenance: Textile collector, Europe. Please add me to your favorite sellers and check out my other items. For my latest finds in antique rugs and textiles! Textile Production is perhaps one of the most defining arts of civilization. From objects of simple necessity to majestic luxury they are emblematic of the creative genius and technical mastery of the artistic traditions of the world.
Antique Early German Saltglazed Stoneware Beer Stein Birnkrug Muskau c. Description: The beer steins made before 1850s are quite rare – at that time, before the industrial revolution, the production was all manual. Every stein made in the early period was unique, decorated by hand and rarely replicated. This beautiful stein was made in the early 1800s, around 1820s, it is guaranteed old give ot take 10 years. It was made in the town of Muskau – on the very East of Germany at the border with Poland. This brown-glazed “Birnkrug” or “pear-shaped stein” in German, was very popular during the first half of 1800s. The Muskau factory produced them in large quantities in all kinds of sizes. The Muskauer stoneware was slightly lighter with thinner walls than it’s Westerwald counterpart, but still very sturdy and strong. The stein is decorated with floral rosettes in the central frieze higlighted with black glaze – the distinctive Muskau type of decor. There is also the so-called “chip-carving” decorations between the rosettes. The lid is pewter with the thumblift in form of the sitting crowned lion, and large closed type hinge – the absolute signs of pre-industrial production. There is also a pewter foot ring and lip ring. The lid is engraved with initials J. ” and number “12 – this is the tavern number used to identify the stein in a tavern. Many people in old Germany and even in the modern times kept their personal beer steins in their favorite tavern. The stein is in a good condition – there is a tight line in the neck, but nothing else – no chips or cracks, the pewter is in excellent shape. That’s a very good condition for a 200 years old piece. The stein is 10 tall to the top of the thumblift, about 1.5L capacity. I guarantee the authenticity. Condition: Tight line in the neck, otherwise excellent. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Com. Track Page Views With.
Antique Very Early German/Siegburg Stoneware Jug 15TH C. A very early German Siegburg stoneware one-handled jug a so called”Jacobakannetje” – Circa 1450 – Height 7,8 inch (198mm) – Weight 518 gram – Very good condition, only one chip at the base (please see pictures) further no cracks, hairlines or restorations. Mostly cheaper, it depends on the weight of the total. Considering I have to make a safe packet for you. If you want more information, don’t hesitate to contact me! Listing and template services provided by inkFrog.
From the first quarter of the 18th century a large proportion of German pewter was made in rococo, then neo-classical, followed by Empire styles. The forms most suited to rococo were candlesticks, sauceboats, teapots, coffee pots and tureens. Most of these were of fine quality metal and workmanship, and the rococo style continued until the end of the 18th century, long after it was considered to be fashionable (1725 to 1760). The rococo style was never used by English pewterers; the Dutch and French used it sparingly. Only the Germans experimented with this style to any large degree. The eagle touchmark on this fine soup tureen suggests it comes from Villingen, Federal Republic of Germany. Covered soup tureens in the rococo style such as this, are extremely rare and are coveted by serious pewter collectors. Because they were costly, few were made. As a two piece set, far fewer survived intact for hundreds of years. This fine example is a large soup tureen with vertical lobing, measuring 14 ½ ” in width (from the outer edge of each handle) and 12″ in height. The base opening of the tureen measures 10 ½” by 7 ½”, and is engraved with the owner’s inials “GSK” and the date “1723”. The bottom of the base contains three oval maker’s marks (unidentified), the center mark containing an eagle and the numbers “2 3″. The quality of the metal is exceptional and the soup tureen weighs a full 7 pounds. There is a solder repair, as shown in the photos. This tureen holds a full gallon, and I believe it might be a “presentation piece”, adding greatly to its value.
Great all original paint, patina & condition.
Has some wear to the gilding, but otherwise good condition with no chips or cracks.