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Author Topic: Murano figurine - but by whom?  (Read 1244 times)

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Offline antiquerose123

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Re: Having trouble here with pictures Murano figurine
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2008, 05:39:04 AM »
Hi huffmnd:

Nice figure, and with a swirled base (not scalloped edges - lucky you).  Here is a link to my figurine (w/swirled base) but alas the edges of mine are white & scalloped.  The info there may help:,19131.0.html  I am sure the others here will be able to identify your figure much easier since it does not have the scalloped edges.  Beautiful! 
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Re: Having trouble here with pictures Murano figurine
« Reply #2 on: September 25, 2008, 12:24:59 PM »
Thank you for the link, I had originally thought that this piece might be Seguso but after I looked through the link, I am more inclined to think that it may be Salviati. Similar base color and design. I know that it still isn't confirmed but it got me a lot closer to establishing the fact though. If there is anyone else out there with any more information I would greatly appreciate it.


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