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Offline laura9797

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Cenedese 'Scavo' Style Bottle
« on: Yesterday at 03:46:21 PM »
I need help identifying a large Cenedese signed 'Scavo' style bottle.  I originally (mistakenly) thought Mario Ticco  inscribed to the bottom "Maestro Mario Fiocco (I think), Cenedese Murano, (dated) 24.9.1992, Jacobson".  Approximate height 21", width 9", depth 6".  I have been looking through the Italian 'masters' list and can not find a Mario Fiocco or Tricco.  Any suggestions?  The signature has been really a beast to photograph!  Please pardon the messy desk.  I was trying to get a photograph that would also give you an idea for scale.
My images keep saying that they are too big so here are the links:
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm278/laurapmccracken/ac7c93d0-c8c7-4b25-8193-eb835be6c124_zpsy7iwz0pk.jpg
http://i298.photobucket.com/albums/mm278/laurapmccracken/4d25a03b-20a0-4f25-aac2-9f2b8d9d78d4_zps1rgwbdky.jpg

Thanks for any suggestions!


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Re: Cenedese 'Scavo' Style Bottle
« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 09:07:40 PM »
Sorry Laura your thumbnails are really too small to see anything.  But it seems it is satinated, not Scavo.... lets see what others say,


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Re: Cenedese 'Scavo' Style Bottle
« Reply #2 on: Today at 11:15:21 AM »
Thanks for looking Ivo.  I will get better photos today and see upload them to the bucket without reducing.  Would Murano glass be inscribed Cenedese if it wasn't (if it was not a fake that is)?


 

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