Author Topic: Italian glass and metal lidded powder jar or trinket bowl - ID = A. Masserini  (Read 484 times)

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Hello all - has anyone got any ideas on the maker of this one please? It is marked "ITALY" to the base. Thanks Peejy.
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Re: Unusual Italian glass and metal lidded powder jar or trinket bowl
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2009, 06:36:34 PM »
Thanks Christine - you really are on the ball today! Peejy  :angel:
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still have not been able to confirm that there is, in fact, a Masserini company taking care of production and/ or distribution of machine produced glass. Not sure what is a producer, distributor or wholesaler. To me it is Parmigiano....
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