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Author Topic: * Very Usual Murano Colored bowl/Astray  (Read 3866 times)

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Offline kane_u_pain

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Re: * Very Usual Murano Colored bowl/Astray
« Reply #10 on: March 27, 2010, 02:27:01 AM »
From the pics I am assuming there is a thin inner layer of white? My opinion is probably later 50's into the 60's and most likely 'generic' Murano. Value wise would depend on the market at the time. I must admit that even though the colours clash it is quite a nice piece. The shape though does seem odd for one of the better makers in my opinion. You haven't mentioned dimensions as well. I am assuming it is a larger piece in dia?

I mean no offense by the word generic as well. I own quite a few and love them!  :thup:

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Re: * Very Usual Murano Colored bowl/Astray
« Reply #11 on: March 28, 2010, 11:03:49 AM »
I would say $25-$30 would be a good selling price.  The market is soft and bowls are abundant.  For a Murano bowl to push over $100 it would need to be very special, i.e. top designer or good example of a premier maker (e.g. Venini).


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