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A German Shepherd porcelain stapler. One of the weirdest things I've ever found at an estate sale, I couldn't pass it up.
Team of Argentine archaeologists investigating series of ruins in the jungle, close to the border with Paraguay, believe they have discovered a secret Nazi lair: stashes of German coins from the late 1930s, fragments of "Made in Germany" porcelain, and Nazi symbols on the walls.
Question about antique French apothecary porcelain jars and German apothecary glass bottles.
My small collection of German porcelain signs
Having 10 cabinets in your home does squash things up a bit my dream is to open the very first bulldog memorabilia museum one day, This cabinet contains porcelain German made bulldog figurines. Lots are mass produced and there's also some that are rare
German porcelain coffee brewer. Morning brew a la Walkure makes for a great weekend kick-off.
Port-o-potty with complete porcelain toilet and sink in a Polish town near the German border
Cleaning/ fixing porcelain pipes
1923 German Porcelain Medals
Since 1780, more than 60 Chinese porcelain seals have mysteriously appeared, scattered around random locations in Ireland
German cartoon. The shop sign reads "Foreign Policy: finest porcelain"
[German -> English] Hard to read Blackletter on porcelain dish
What is this porcelain dish for?
Porcelain mysterious box?
Porcelain Figures from Germany
Lea Porcelain -- Warsaw Street [German Post-Punk/Shoegaze] (2016)
German porcelain figurine given to my great grandmother in 1890
After reading a lot about Bachelor/ettes, I want to share the awsome German custom of Polterabend. Couples celebrate *together* with friends before their wedding and break a lot of of porcelain for good luck.
TIL that Germans break porcelain as a wedding tradition because "Shards bring luck"
Feels for a shop owner going under
Austrian/German Porcelain Dishes