I am a relatively new collector who has embarked on a journey, into the realms of art glass, and loving it. I am totally hooked on art glass and spend hours scouring the internet learning what I can and just marvelling at the beauty of this stuff. I have a few pieces by Lindstrand, and Sarpaneva but am VERY CLOSE to buying my first Fulvio Bianconi Pezzato. I am totally mesmerised by this guys work , but the one I have my eye on has a small scratch on one of the blue squares. The scratch is about 1.5 cm long, and is not a deep scratch however, is slightly worse than what one would consider 'light'.
Would any body be so kind as to tell me if this scratch could be professionally removed, and restored back to its original shiny brilliance, or is this an impossibility, and asking a little too much. If the shine can be achieved how bad would be the 'dent' be as I have a feeling that a narrow polish (just on the blue square) would leave a dent that would catch the light in the most hideous, 'defunked' kind of manner.
Any comments would be appreciated.