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Offline bigdog

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Baccarat scent bottle question
« on: December 05, 2006, 10:18:07 PM »
I have the oppurtunity to by a Baccarat scent bottle.  The problem is I have no pictures.  It has the round Baccarat logo on the bottom, it is about 8" tall with stopper.  I think it is considered double overlay.

In order to describe it:  Lot number 2010 has a paperweight with the same treatment except it is cobalt blue.
http://www.johnmoran.com/antique/catalog/index_2_1.html
It has Millefiori canes that you can see through the windows on both the stopper and the bottom of the piece.

Like I said I can't find anything like it.   It has a broken dobber.  What I want to know is what would be a fair price?

I know that this is a little difficult, but I thought I would throw it out to you.

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Baccarat scent bottle question
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2006, 08:39:09 AM »
Baccarat sells as a luxury item until it hits the second market when it becomes just another good quality but damaged glass. Value accordingly, very low.
Frank A.
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