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Author Topic: approximately 2 ft+ tall tiara vase, amber/brown tiara blown ware  (Read 1758 times)

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Offline a2ztreasures

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Hi, a newbie here,  :D

We have recently purchased a rather large, approx 2+ feet tall, rather wide cylander shape body, amber in color, large vase, has no design on it. There is a tiara stamp tag thingy   :P, and inserted in this large piece contained small info sheet, folds like a book, that reads as follows:

A tiara exclusive (on the front) open it up, it says: Tiara blown ware: This piece of tiara was hand blown and shaped by a team of artisians whose craft has not changed 2000 years.

(with further information, of course)

Does anyone have any information on these large pieces that are supposedly tiara or did we get "had"  :-[

Thank you,

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Offline Ohio

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Re: approximately 2 ft+ tall tiara vase, amber/brown tiara blown ware
« Reply #1 on: June 22, 2007, 05:23:52 AM »
The only Tiara I am aware of is Tiara glassware which was made by Indiana Glass Company. It was sold by private distributors much as Tupperware is sold by distibutors at gatherings, parties, etc. They made more items than I can count design wise. Perhaps someone else knows of a different Tiara Glass. Ken

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