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Author Topic: Heavy Blown Green Glass Satin Finish Somerso Vase Italian or Scandinavian?  (Read 684 times)

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Offline Patti3435

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Hi. Does anyone recognize the maker of this vase? Not sure if it is Italian or Scandinavian. Polished pontil. Stands 7.5" tall and weighs a substantial 4 1/2 lbs. Also, there are some light marks on the satin finish. Is there anyway to bring it back to its full beauty? Thanks!

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Offline Patti3435

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Hi. This fell onto the next page without response so I am bumping it back up. What about some guessse? Even if it is a recent import from China......Thanks!

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Hi, I love the colour of this. I have been searching since you posted and a few days ago what I found was a blue version perfume bottle made in Poland.  I'm so sorry I haven't the link to it as I got distracted and lost the page, but it was remarkably similar with the thick casing etc.
So Poland may be a start for further searching.
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Offline Patti3435

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Thank you Flying Free, that is a good suggestion. When someone can not ID something on here, I start to suspect it was something that was sold in Marshall's or Home Goods. It didn't feel like China, but I think Poland is probably correct, and that never occurred to me. .Thank you for taking time and doing research on my behalf. It is VERY much appreciated.

Patti

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