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Author Topic: More Mystery Glass: Blue glass blown into copper sleeve  (Read 1453 times)

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Offline Ivo

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Re: More Mystery Glass: Blue glass blown into copper sleeve
« Reply #10 on: February 20, 2007, 07:53:09 AM »
The blue glass in the iron sleeve is Spanish as far as I know, and was made in the 1980s.  It comes in a large range of decanters, shot glasses, table votives etc. Not sure who made these specifically - but I suspect it may be Lafiore production.

Wiktor Berndt items have a very high quality, and you'll immediately recognise the quality if you handle one. Sleeves are high quality copper - not crudely made iron.

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Re: More Mystery Glass: Blue glass blown into copper sleeve
« Reply #11 on: February 22, 2007, 03:07:43 AM »
 ;D I sort of like the crudely made iron sleeves. They look primitive.

...Lol, Sounds like these vases or votives are probably just more cheap junk.
 :'( I have lots of cheap junk. Someday I'll get my hands on a good piec of glass.
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Re: More Mystery Glass: Blue glass blown into copper sleeve
« Reply #12 on: February 22, 2007, 08:54:21 AM »
...like the crudely made iron sleeves...

There is plenty of expensive, wel made junk too, better to go with your heart - a lot more people collect cheap glass than expensive glass. Junk is in the eye of the beholder.
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