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Author Topic: Mouthblown Tall Candleholders  (Read 716 times)

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Offline grandma

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Mouthblown Tall Candleholders
« on: January 28, 2009, 07:23:26 AM »
Hi again
I have a pair of tall (31 cm) candleholders - obviously mouthblown - and wonder if anyone can identify them.  The clear bases  have been applied to the clear glass stems which have been in turn applied to the red tops.  They are a matching pair to look at but there is quite a difference in weight which confirms my original impression that they are mouth blown.  I think they are Murano but can't be sure.  Does anyone have any ideas about their origin and date please? 
(I was unable to find the icon for new mail so am sending this as a reply and am hoping that someone will put this and my previous question in the right place for me :)  )

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