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Author Topic: 20th century glass vase murano / czech style no.1  (Read 268 times)

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Offline vintageartglass

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20th century glass vase murano / czech style no.1
« on: August 15, 2015, 08:23:06 PM »
Hello,

I recently bought a small oddment of a 20th century glass collection as I wanted one of the paperweights among it to add to my collection of rare British paperweights.

I am finding it very difficult to research a few of the items in the collection, as I have found the same objects to be attributed to several different makers / nationalities, mostly czech or murano and I am unsure which to believe and it has been difficult to find a definitive answer.

I am hoping there will be some assured expertise here to help me to identify these vases with more certainty.



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Offline Anik R

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Re: 20th century glass vase murano / czech style no.1
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2015, 05:25:56 AM »
Hi there,

I think it's likely that this vase is Japanese.  My knowledge of Japanese makers is limited, but hopefully someone will be able to help.

Anik

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Re: 20th century glass vase murano / czech style no.1
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2015, 06:44:41 AM »
I too suspect Japanese - one of the better makers like Sanyu, Hineri or Kamei come to mind as possible makers.  If it has almost no bubbles included it is very likely Japanese.

Ross
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