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Author Topic: ID blue trailed and feathered footed vase with blown stem  (Read 760 times)

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ID blue trailed and feathered footed vase with blown stem
« on: October 06, 2006, 03:17:45 PM »

This is one of a broken pair of supposedly Murano vases or goblets. 25cm high by 15cm.

I've seen these before, but can't remember when. As usual, before I try to make a replacement for the owner, I wonder if anyone knows whether these are current production anywhere, as it will obviously be much less expensive for the owner to buy one off the shelf.

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ID blue trailed and feathered footed vase with blown stem
« Reply #1 on: October 09, 2006, 12:22:52 AM »
Adam, it's probably not connected, but I've just spotted a piece with similar colouring and patterning on Great Glass here: (item number 6021 - described as a signed Gray-Stan vase, probably by James Manning c 1930).


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