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Author Topic: Battuto Cut Blue and Amber Leaf shape bowl - Poss Murano or Scandinavian ..?  (Read 485 times)

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Offline Greg.

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I've scratched the surface with a few Murano makers, of which Cenedese is one. I'll do a little more digging over the next few days to see if anything stands out, fingers crossed.  :)

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Beautiful piece, Greg! :)
I checked the Scarpa book, but his 1940s Battuto piece are quite different (and Venini pieces should have the acid stamp -- but there are exceptions).

And it is probably later, 1960s?
Maybe Barbini?

Michael



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Offline Greg.

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Thanks for taking a look and a browse through the Scarpa book Michael, very much appreciated.  :)

I did take a detailed look at the base and can't see anything there for the life of me.

I'll add Barbini to my list, its one I haven't investigated yet, thank you.

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