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Author Topic: Any Finnish Glass Collectors Recognize this Cream & Suga  (Read 3020 times)

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Offline Painter1959

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Me again with more questions on the Nanny Still Harlekiini
« Reply #20 on: December 02, 2006, 04:04:53 PM »
Again my thans to all who have helped me with improving both my knowledge and appreciation of Finnish design. I have now added Finland to the top of places I must visit.  I suppose life is a bit like treasure hunting, you never know what you will find.  In my case, my health has deteriorated over the past several months and I am now unable to work. Quite a change for someone who has held the same job for over 30 years. If I were to to sell off my Harlekiini sugar bowl and creamer and Tapio Wirkkala pieces, would I be best served be using an auction house? I've already had an estimation on them by Bergmans of Heilsinki and they at one time they did express an interest. I do sell on e-bay, but for the last year, e-bay has been more of a dissappointment. For the Nanny Still collectors, I notice that my creamer has an air bubble in the does this affect the purity/value of the piece?  I appreciate any thought you may have.  I have never consigned anything to auction so this would all be new to me.

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Offline alexander

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Any Finnish Glass Collectors Recognize this Cream & Suga
« Reply #21 on: December 02, 2006, 05:25:09 PM »
Hi, I saw a Tapio bowl like yours go for about £300 (more or less, can't
remember exact price) at a scandinavian auction site (
This site sometimes has real bargains, today an inciso vase signed by
Alfredo Barbini went for about £90.


I dunno how much these go for on ebay but probably less?
Norwegian glass collector

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