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Author Topic: 44 cm neodymium bird. Da Ros for Cenedese?  (Read 579 times)

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Offline kane_u_pain

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Re: 44 cm neodymium bird. Da Ros for Cenedese?
« Reply #10 on: February 18, 2012, 04:23:25 AM »
Tina is very lovely and very helpful at D&A! She definitely makes the buying experience from them fantastic. I love our chats. Great bird jakgene  :mrgreen:

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Re: 44 cm neodymium bird. Da Ros for Cenedese?
« Reply #11 on: February 18, 2012, 11:51:02 AM »
You are very disciplined Jackie....think I might take a leaf out of your book....now where do I start?

Ellies for a month. 
FM Ronneby for a month, 
Scandi for a month? 
Birds, 
Hedgehogs,
Bambi's,
Komaromy...yes I have 2 new pieces!!

Or should I go for colour?
All the golds and yellows,
All the blues and greens......
Oh how ever do you decide Jackie??

Worried and puzzled of Hampshire!!
Rosie.

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Re: 44 cm neodymium bird. Da Ros for Cenedese?
« Reply #12 on: February 18, 2012, 11:57:27 AM »
Jak he is magnificent!  What an amazing piece.
I put quite a bit of my glass away in cupboards and move things round otherwise I get bored really quickly (with the exception of my Moretti vases which are always out on display).  I used to 'group' my glass by era or type but I've realised that actually the only way I enjoy it is if there is space round the pieces and if the groups are colourful.  I really want to do serene, pale and sophisticated but actually they just don't do it for me.
Jak your birds look great in the cabinet as well, where you can see the colours and effects in the glass. I like that.
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