Yes, I am still grieving, particularly because I didn't insure them. They weren't breakable, so I was dumb, dumb, dumb. :pb:
I saw several bottles similar to the one in this thread. They had flame stoppers that looked to be contemporary Murano. They were round bottomed, but had the steep neck and this type of rim. But the bottle in this thread is supposed to be vintage. It has shelf wear on the bottom edges. Concrete before dremel?
So what we appear to have is a scraped, probably contemporary, common bottle missing its stopper with a fake Venini sig on bottom. And we can have all this for only $240 if we are the lucky bidder. I think I would rather take that money and replace my lost Barovier book.