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Two cute birds - Made in China

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rosieposie:
Hi Adam, I can 100% guarantee they are Chinese. 

I have a large collection of them and some have their labels on....Oval, 'Made in China'. 

Pretty feathering effects but neverthless Chinese. 

I have a posting here on the board somewhere discussing them, I will see if I can find the link.

In the meantime here are some of my collection with an IOW intruder!!

adam20:
Thanks Rosie - Yours look lovely in a group

Adam

MuranoArtGlassChandeliers:
HI

It is indeed unfortunate that the Chinese knowingly copy brand on the planet that has been a success.  Unfortunatley for them, nothing matches the quality of authentic Murano Glass regardless of how hard they try.  You cannot mistake the skill of a master glass blower who has earnt the title of Maestro over at least 15 years minimum.  I am contstantly bombarded by the Chinese trying to get our business to sell Chinese knock-offs and I won't touch them with a barge bowl.  If collectors wish to go this way, that is of course their choice.

Dean

chopin-liszt:
 :)

The important thing to remember about glass is that no matter what you call it, it IS exactly what it is.
A good piece of glass is always good, a bad piece always bad.
When you hold a bit of glass - that bit IS it's own unique self.
And if you like it, that is all that matters.
There is good Chinese glass, there is bad Murano.

MuranoArtGlassChandeliers:
Hi Sue

I totally agree.  What gives people pleasure is their own choice so purchase, relax and enjoy

Dean

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