David and Max thanks!
They were both the pieces I was referring to. and David what a beautiful album :mrgreen:
David, when I said ' identified as Barovier' I was just repeating what it said on Dan Ripley, rather than make an assumption they meant Barovier e Toso because I wouldn't have a clue, so was just reporting it directly.
I couldn't possibly disagree with that as I have no knowledge whatsoever and not a clue about this type of glass
I am assuming it is correct and that it does mean Barovier e Toso as you say.
I was just trying to say that those pieces had similarities with mine but mine wasn't similar enough in techniques if you see what I mean, thereby meaning I couldn't make a good enough link to justify mine being Barovier e Toso.
I felt fairly sure mine was B e T to be honest, until I saw yours with a similar base and I think the same number of 'petals' leading to the ribs on the base and a Fratelli Toso label. Then I had doubts. It's almost impossible as you say.
Max, thanks again, that was the bowl I was thinking of and it seems to me (although I could be wrong
)that they are the same maker? The technique seems the same, the red colour the same and the scalloped edge. As well as which, the base is the same and has the same number of 'petals' as well.
But then they both look very similar bases to David's bowl .... which is Fratelli Toso.
Yet I haven't been able to link the shape of mine to Fratelli Toso :huh: soooo confusing.