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Author Topic: Cenedese Murano glassware set from 1998  (Read 247 times)

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Offline alice77

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Cenedese Murano glassware set from 1998
« on: March 28, 2018, 09:49:29 PM »
Hi, I am going through the estate of someone and trying to find the value of a glassware set purchased from Cenedese Murano in 1998.  Was told it was the same pattern that Princess Diana selected.  Is there a way to find value/history about this?  Pictures attached but don't do the pieces justice.  The glassware have been sitting on this shelf for over a decade.  Glass is delicate and needs to be polished.  Any words of wisdom or direction will be most helpful.  Thanks in advance.  :)

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Re: Cenedese Murano glassware set from 1998
« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2018, 05:08:55 PM »
Welcome to the Glass Message Board Alice77.

Sorry but we usually shy away from valuations here, not really the purpose of this forum, prices can fluctuate from day to day and it can be a problematic providing valuations. Looking at past auction results can give you a rough idea of what similar items can sell for, it is far from an exact science.

In terms of finding information about them your best bet may be contacting the company directly, the contact page on their website:
https://www.simonecenedese.it/contacts

Please let us know of anything that you do learn, fabulous looking set you have there.

John

 

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