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Author Topic: Yoichi Ohira  (Read 943 times)

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Offline juli_777

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Yoichi Ohira
« on: June 26, 2006, 10:13:25 AM »
I am not actually a collector of Murano glass specifically but I think I  
  had a good buy with the following:

  Went to a boot fair & picked up a piece of blue glass, signed on the
  After extensive research (the writing is etched & really loopy, hard to
  read) - I figured out the letters deMajo, Murano, followed by Y Ohira
  From what I have since read about this guy he would appear to be
  rather popular!  It is a blue bottle/vase with a bulbous bit near the top,
  in perfect condition.  

  Can anyone give me any other info on this piece (can email photos if  
  necessary) - I think this is what is termed one of his 'early' pieces as he
  seems to have worked in Murano for only about 10/12 years.

  Any assistance would be much appreciated.  Thanks JC

Offline svazzo

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Y. Ohira de Majo Murano
« Reply #1 on: June 27, 2006, 08:47:56 AM »
I split the your question from the Best Bargain thread for you.
Think it needed to be its own topic.
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