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Author Topic: Found the blown glass piece I had been looking for. Need assistance.  (Read 436 times)

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Offline westred

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Hello everyone,

  Just got over a nasty flu bug and I am glad to be up and around again!
 I had been looking to obtain a unique pendent light globe to add the electrical to, at an affordable price.
 I wanted to find an amethyst colored one that was hand made with some unique artistic features.
 Luckily, I think I found one that I really like at a GREAT price!

  I lowered the hammer last night and purchased it.  A summary, along with photos, follow:  http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120381329040.
 I don't really care about the value, as I will never sell it.  I have a particular use for it in my basement finishing effort.
 I would just like to have some opinions on what country it came from, what studio, and perhaps the artist, as it hand signed.
 You can see a pretty nice copy of the signature on the next to the last photo.  I think it starts with a P.

  I have already researched for a couple of hours, with no success!   :huh:

  If any of you are willing to help me, I would be in your debt!  Any hints or guesses always help!

  Thank you, for any info you can provide,

  westred (Tom)
westred......yea, ya betcha!

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