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Author Topic: Looking to identify a yellow bubble glass duck or swan figurine with red eyes  (Read 190 times)

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Offline ntamarkin

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Could anyone identify the yellow duck figurine?
I also added the photo of the partial stamp on the bottom of the figurine.

Thanks a lot!!

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Offline NevB

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The label probably reads Vetreria Artistica, Italian for Art Glass, so most likely from Murano although it could be from another area. I think a lot of makers had this on their labels followed by their name but I can't help with a specific one, although the diamond shape is distinctive. I think there's a bird on there too and someone will know the maker, you could try the Murano Zoo website.
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Offline ntamarkin

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The label probably reads Vetreria Artistica, Italian for Art Glass, so most likely from Murano although it could be from another area. I think a lot of makers had this on their labels followed by their name but I can't help with a specific one, although the diamond shape is distinctive. I think there's a bird on there too and someone will know the maker, you could try the Murano Zoo website.
Thanks a lot for the information. I am keeping my search with your input.

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