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Drinking glasses question...
« Reply #10 on: August 14, 2005, 12:45:00 PM »
Funny you should say that Ivo... I've just been adding Empoli links to GlassLinks and reading them as I did so, and pretty much came to that conclusion as well. It was this bit on the Consorzio CentroVetro site that made me consider that may be what I have...


F&P Srl by Fanucci e Pacini was originally FANUCCI, a handcrafting company which, since the 1930s, has been decorating the glass production of TADDEI and CESA, factories which have greatly contributed to the story of white glass production in Empoli. ....  One of the strongpoints of F&P Srl is ...  to satisfy the various requests ...  by offering decorations, especially serigraphic decorations, ... this characteristic has allowed F&P Srl to maintain its original handcrafting characteristic as, each item is entirely or partially hand-decorated by skilled decorators.

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