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Re: unknown studio vase ?
« Reply #10 on: May 13, 2008, 04:02:01 PM »
keiran you wont find one for comparrison as its a one off
it was made in sweden using the grail technique email me for more info and a price,

Sam, since this is a public message board and the OP has asked for help publicly it'd be much more helpful if you could give the further information here in this thread on this board rather than privately via an email.  Otherwise the rest of us are none the wiser and this is, after all, a place of learning.

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Re: unknown studio vase ?
« Reply #11 on: May 13, 2008, 04:17:02 PM »
I would think that if graal technique was used it is a very strange result. :)

Now that I see the face, (doh) I can understand why you say Graal. But without more information, I still think the face looks more like torch work with canes than graal technique, using a method similar to that used by Siddy Langley, Richard Jolley or William Bernstein as well as myself.
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