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Author Topic: Murano ? 1970's ? Would a mould have been used ? ID = Chřibsk√°  (Read 877 times)

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Offline Baked_Beans

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I think this is Murano and probably from the 1970's (but as usual I'm not exactly sure). Would this have been made in a mould/mold ? 32 cm in height with a clear, flat, highly polished base. Any ideas on a maker would be a bonus. Thanks for looking. Cheers Mike. First photo with flash , second in natural light.  
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It's Czech and made by Chribska I think, in those colours it may be fairly modern. Hot worked, blown and hand formed I would guess.

John

Here we are: http://picasaweb.google.cz/Jindra8526/Chribska?authkey=Gv1sRgCNrIx8vT6YOfgwE#5443649876926577490

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My goodness me ! How wrong can I be ! Thank you so much John ! Chribska it is ! And  I thought I was developing an eye  :o for it ! Cheers Mike....p.s. where is that drawing board ?
Mike

 

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