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Author Topic: Is It what i thought it was please??  (Read 177 times)

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Offline dreamticket2

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Is It what i thought it was please??
« on: February 12, 2019, 12:33:43 AM »
I bought this vase  ? L shape-Monart -from on Ebay Auction . from The Hospice of St Francis.
Tall Vintage Round Colourful Millefiori Vintage Signed Stretched Glass Vase
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Sadly it has mysteriously 'disappeared ' in transit via DPD to me and I have got  nowhere in  tracking its where abouts .presumed stolen .during transit 22nd January 2019 The electronic signature of receipient  was not mine and I cannot get a positive address from seller via DPD

I felt  that it may be an early Monart by ?? one of the Ysart Brothers and the signature looked like !! Augustine.??? Welcome any opinion.

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Offline KevinH

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Re: Is It what i thought it was please??
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2019, 04:35:37 AM »
Hi Jean,

With my moderator hat on, I have had remove the image you posted as Board rules for Use of Copyright Images prohibits 3rd party images to be posted without stated permission of the image owner.

But people will still have a few months to check out the images on the completed auction listing.

As for who made it, I have no idea but I do not think it was any of the Ysart men, at any time in their careers. The canes certainly do not look like Ysart work.

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