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Offline Officinaquack

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Re: Fidenza History
« Reply #10 on: May 08, 2013, 12:37:37 PM »
Well, of course I'm putting all the infos thanks the fact that I'm managing catalogues and that I work in this field. I'm rearranging all the historical materials for Bormioli, crossing all the infos and bringing back a lot of historical samples.
Speaking about Bormioli of course means that I collected infos also about other companies that during the years produced glassware in Italy. As I told, I'll speak about machines made glass, not lead crystal glass, not murano, not empoli....
So if you have questions...or needs help to give a name to some items or marks.....ask without problems.



Offline Chris Harrison

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Re: Fidenza History
« Reply #11 on: May 09, 2013, 08:00:17 AM »
Thanks, Gab. 

I'm not sure how many pieces I still have, but there are a couple of items sitting here near my computer that I'd like to know about.

I'll put them up on separate threads for ID (if I add them here Anne will beat me!).


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