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Glass / Re: Unidentified Murano vase.. can you help?
« Last post by VintageMissy on March 25, 2015, 01:00:51 PM »
Hi

The label says 'Lavorazione arte Murano made in italy'

Best wishes

N
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Glass / Re: aubergine vase
« Last post by bat20 on March 25, 2015, 10:27:52 AM »
It maybe a Braille measuring jug :D : ::)
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Glass / Re: aubergine vase
« Last post by rocco on March 25, 2015, 10:14:41 AM »
It may look similar, but it is definately NOT the "Flora" pattern by Oiva Toikka.

Michael
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I would go with Czech/Bohemian for that too. Too much Bohemian glass has long been misidentified as English for too long
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ere you go.
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Czech IMO (this rigaree is typical), perhaps Harrach is the best bet from the flower, but who knows. Can we see your piece Ivo please?
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Glass / Re: aubergine vase
« Last post by LouisXIV on March 25, 2015, 09:28:12 AM »
Yes indeed, I couldn't find a similar one on the internet, but I found some glasses with the same patern. Thank you very much!
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USA / Re: Signed pink studio bowl w/folded rim
« Last post by antiquerose123 on March 25, 2015, 08:31:59 AM »
....OR....just throwing these out there.

There is also a CHET COLE  HERE .....look at all samples of writing on those....as possiblity.

I DO think the last name is COLE, in my opinion but just what I *think* I see...  ???

The writing on the one looks closer to yours....and color kinda??

Thanks -- I lucked out on one of my guesses.....LOL

Guess I am just used to reading too much *Messy Writing* via Doctor notes.  Glad I could help with the Mystery !! 
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Hello there and welcome to the glass message board.

I'm not entirely convinced about the Czechness of this piece, I have one in cranberry which is clearly English. Luckily we have many specialists for English glass on board, so I have good hopes that an ID will happen.

Keep your fingers crossed.
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I got this vase at an auction quite a while ago and have been trying to get a identification on the maker ever since. I am sure it is Czech Glass but I am at a loss as to a maker. I have done a lot of research online but have not found out much. I know IDing Czech glass makers can be very difficult because the glass went through importers and not to mention the country has been cut off behind the iron curtain for such a long time.
I posted it on another glass group and some one suggested Kralik but didn't give a reason why. To my eye the vase did not look very much like other Kralik glass I have seen.
I would really appreciate any help IDing this vase.
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