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Author Topic: Re: (Themed) glass displays - show me yours, I'll show you mine... part 2...  (Read 61120 times)

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Offline obscurities

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Christine.... As soon as I grow tired of looking at them in the living room they are yours......    :24:

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Christine,

The detail on the Kralik is not Uranium.....  but here are images of the Chalet..... better get a cloth to wipe the drool off your monitor....   :thup:

First image is natural light.....  
Second one is black light....  with a Galliano Ferro piece.....
Last one by itself.....

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My wife does a table theme every week , My wife doesnt have to hide any glass as i buy it for her , How do i post photos here ? , REX

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Raceyrabbit2000, just go to the top of this page and hit reply. That will open a new page that will allow you to attach photo's.

My vertically challenged display.

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One more.

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Hi Rob, how nice of you to post pics of your displays, you have a wonderful collection of Murano.... and I love your vertically challenged pieces - this thread brings so much pleasure. It seems that Astrid, back in the mist of time opened an aladins cave.  So thanks  :rah: cheers steph

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A daylight shot of the the newest coffee table arrangement.

Craig
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I like it Craig.  :thup:  Who made the tall vase (rear left)?   Is the green with cintrolled bubbles a Galliano Ferro?

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Hi Ross, the tall piece is by an American Studio Glass company in Oregon by the name of The Glass Forge..... We have a couple of pieces by them.....

The front right piece is a Galliano Ferro piece.... in Cobalt and Uranium.....  One of my favorite Italian pieces....

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I have tried all day to get photos up , Put them in a folder from Picassa , checked to see what size ,made sure under 125kb but still tells me too big , Any other way , Racyrabbit

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