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This book explains what you ought to know before you purchase a vase. It describes what you should look for  with all its hidden traps. You will be able to discover whether a vase has been altered, reduced in size or whether it is a fake or genuine. It is possible that you could have in your collection a diminished vase or a reproduction without realising it. The photographs of genuine vases pictured in this book are applied with a green dot whilst the photographs of imperfect or fake vases are marked with a red triangle.

Mrs Tiny Esveld has gained more than 20 years of experience in French art nouveau glass and furniture. She is a member of VHOK in The Netherlands (the Dutch antique dealers association), the international CINOA  and the British LAPADA.

Summary in French, Spanish and Dutch.
It will be available in september, see website.

Hello, we have been glass dealers for many years now. We deal in French art nouveau and art deco glass and collectables. Our website is www.tinyesveld.com
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We put a small pdf on the web for everyone to see      http://www.tinyesveld.com/public/Glass_preview_web.pdf
Hello, we have been glass dealers for many years now. We deal in French art nouveau and art deco glass and collectables. Our website is www.tinyesveld.com
Please mention our site.


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We put a small pdf on the web for everyone to see      http://www.tinyesveld.com/public/Glass_preview_web.pdf
  The book is available now and can be ordered from our website.
Hello, we have been glass dealers for many years now. We deal in French art nouveau and art deco glass and collectables. Our website is www.tinyesveld.com
Please mention our site.


 

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