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Author Topic: Fratelli Toso?  (Read 578 times)

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Offline thepazza71

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Fratelli Toso?
« on: August 28, 2009, 06:19:45 PM »
can anyone tell me roughly when the fratelli toso clear label was used please?
i'm only asking as i have a couple of ice cube like paperweights i'm trying to identify and guess that would be a starting point?
a friend told me the 70's but couldn't tell what years?
many thanks for your time as i'm new to collecting murano and sklo union as i'm fed up with whitefriars!  ;)

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Re: Fratelli Toso?
« Reply #1 on: August 29, 2009, 01:28:27 AM »
According to Marc Heiremans in his book Murano Glass: Themes and Variations, the plastic label was introduced in the late 60s and used through the 70s. I hope that you find Murano more intriguing than Whitefriars.  ;)
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