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We are avid antique collectors in addition to running a highly successful Murano Art Glass dealership which is the largest in the world. You can visit our site at hWe are avid antique collectors in addition to running a highly successful Murano Art Glass dealership which is the largest in the world. You can visit our site at http://www.italiandecor-glasslights.com or email me personally at salesandsupport@italiandecor-glasslights.com We love what we do and are very keen to share our enthusiasm and love of our chosen profession with our fellow Collectors so keep posting and best wishes Dean Cato CEO Murano Art Glass Australia www.italiandecor-glasslights.com (Read more)

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19th century Californian Art - Plein air Painting of Mount Shasta - Victorian Erain Victorian Era
Russian Armorial Vase with Imperial arms of Catherine the 2nd  - Asianin Asian
Venetian Cobalt Blue Ewer - Circa 1750 - Glasswarein Glassware
Dresden Porcelain Netting lidded Urn by Helena Wolfsohn C1850 - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Russian Gilded Floral Bowl by Aleksei Popov - Circa 1844 - China and Dinnerwarein China and Dinnerw…
Sevres Chateau De Longpre Ormolu and Cobalt Blue Vase - Victorian Erain Victorian Era

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  1. Hi Antique Rose Repairing murano glass is almost impossible as when each item is made, the furnaces plan and make the oxides they will use in each days batch so a repair will NEVER look the same. ...
  2. HI Antqiue Rose By the very style, I would say you have a few examples of Barovier and Toso lamps made in the mid 1960s. Fabulous pieces by the oldest furnace in Murano Dean
  3. G'day Mike No problems mate, you are most welcome. As I say to all our customers, beauty is in the eye of the beholder and the Czechs do indeed make lovely glass also. It could possibly be Rikaro...
  4. Hi mikelv85 This is a stunning piece but almost 100% sure it is Chinese. The reason I say this is that the colours used are NOT Murano at all and the actual finish looks a bit too clumsy to be Mur...
  5. HI Tomflyer The proper name for this style of vase is the YUHUCHUN Dean
  6. Hi Mel Nice work!! Dean
  7. HI This is a modern copy of an earlier period piece and the characters you see on the base are the artist signature in script Dean
  8. Hi Attwood You have a fabulous piece of IC & E Co porcelain dating from the late NIPPON period. I own several fabulous MUSEUM quality pieces of IC & E myself and they are truly exquisite pieces. ...
  9. Incredible pieces cab. When it comes to mixed metal ware in intricate detail, there is noone quite like the Japanese. These pieces are probably Meiji in period and fabulous things Dean
  10. Hi Melanie You have a gorgeous peice of Japanese Satsuma and the gilding is exquisite. The mark on the base is the artists monogram and the painted floral work is to die for. A great find so mak...
  11. Hi vintagechild The mark you see here is a painters mark. With this sort of mark or monogram, if the characters are Red on a White background, it is a male painters mark or monogram and if it the ...
  12. Hi, This could be a modern copy of a Republican period piece. The Republican period dated from the very late 19th Cty to around the 1930s and genuine pieces are quite valuable. As I said, it probab...
  13. You are most welcome Dean :)
  14. You're welcome John. Great pieces which are getting harder to find Dean
  15. HI cab207 This is definitely Chinese and it dates from probably the early part of the 20th century. Dean
  16. The mark on the base is the artists signature which will be almost impossible to find unless you know what factor and period in which he worked Dean
  17. This is definitely Japanese and known as Moriage ware. Nice piece so look after it Dean
  18. I agree that is definitely Wanli in style but a late copy. The painting and overall decoration is way too sloppy to be a Mark and Period piece. Never believe the mark unless you can accurately date i...
  19. Japanese Nabeshima ware painted in the Chinese style on Eggshell porcelian. Just exquiste as the Japanese are absolutely brilliant at what they do. Dean
  20. Hi Ron The pieces you have are indeed authentic and date from the Emperor Tongzhi period (1856 to 1875). I own similar pieces and they are known as Peach bowls. The Peach in Chinese mythology is ...
  21. Hi Aldo 78 What you have here a 2 pieces of Japanese Nabeshima ware bowls painted over a very delicate and almost transluscent porcelain which is just so typical of Nabeshima ware. Both pieces wil...
  22. HI vpdx8 More detailed clear images would be extremely helpful Dean
  23. Hi arocpk This piece just by its very look dates from the Republican period (Tongxi) with a cyclical date concealed within the Chinese script you see. This was a typical feature of Republican ware...
  24. HI This could quite possibly be a MARK and PERIOD piece based on both the exquisite execution of the overall design and the way the mark has been hand written in a very stylish and professional man...
  25. Hi antiquesandcollectables38 This is definitely not a PERIOD piece of Kangxi porcelain but rather a later 19th century copy using the images of the period. It would date no earlier than probably 1...
  26. Hi Tess This piece is definltey Japanese and known as Nabeshima ware where the Japanese starting painting pieces in the Chinese Kangxi style which was quite common. A stunning piece so look afte...
  27. Hi elaine This piece is either English or early Austrian dating from around 1860 to 1880 as the colour scheme and decoration were typical of this period in Austrian ceramics. The collor of the bow...
  28. Hi Antiquehunter What you have here is a late Victorian piece of tin glazed Earthenware. it certainly looks like a Tea caddy but in the Victorian era, Tea was as expensive as Gold so it was normall...
  29. HI Geoffreyfox What you have here is a piece of Satsuma ware, so named after the Satsuma Clan of Japan who were the instigators of this type of ware. The raised portions you feel are known as Mori...
  30. Hi blaksheep67 What you have here is a piece of Edme Sampson Armorial porcelain who specialised in copying 18th Century Chinese Export porcelain. There work is simply astonishing and I own a few p...
  31. Hi Greatsnowyowl Thanks for your input but I can steadfastly assure you that this does indeed date from the 1750s as it has been researched an verified. I do however know myself that this sometime...
  32. Hi Inky Thanks yet again for your kind words of support. We have been very fortunate to find these pieces from a passion for antiques that began with me collecting almost everything that had a MAR...
  33. Hi Inky Thanks very much for your kind words Dean
  34. Thanks again Bellin. We are thrilled that our fellow Collectors love our items just as much as we do - CHEERS! Dean
  35. Cheers Bellin. Thank you for your words of support they are greatly appreciated Dean
  36. G'day Bellin Thanks very much. We love this piece also Dean
  37. HI Andre No problem at all Dean
  38. HI The 19th century versions and into the 20th century were almost always painted cobalt blue but I have never seen a version with the fish actually painted inside - quite unusual. Iron red and co...
  39. Hi Bellin Thanks so much yet again. This bowl is very feminine and an exceptionally delicate piece so thanks very much for your kind words Dean
  40. Hi Bellin Thanks very much for your kind comment. We treasure this piece and will for all time to come. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder but pieces such as this simply blow my mind Dean
  41. Hi No problem at all. As you can see we are specialists in Murano Glass so we love sharing our knowledge and providing support to fellow enthusiasts Dean
  42. Hi Jfrm140 This is a classic Morimura Brothers piece. Morimura eventually become Noritake and they created some stunning pieces. Nice find! Dean
  43. Hi This is definitely Chinese and dating from the 19th century and is known as Monochrome ware which was made popular during the Ming and Tang Dynastys. The double circles were normally reserved ...
  44. Hi Ho2cultcha This is Chinese in origin and probably and probably dating from the late 19th century. It is referred to as a Jardinierre or Fish bowl and is a great example. I have never seen the G...
  45. HI Guys Just one thing to be very careful of is that imperial reign marks are never, ever easy to tell if the piece was indeed made in the reign of referred to as MARK and PERIOD. This is an incre...
  46. Hi It definitely is Moriage ware. Dean
  47. Hi Phiiligirl The term Dresden porcelain was indeed given to porcelain produced in the City of Dresden during the 19th and into the 20th century. During the war, Dresden was obliterated by the En...
  48. Hi Howcultcha I would almost say that these are staffordshire and dating from around 1880 or so. They could also be Austrian as they also did quite a few figures such as these but the dull colours...
  49. Hi Epson A stunningly created Bohemian flash cut glass Etui from around the late 19th century. Cobalt blue glass is one of my favourites and a great piece Dean
  50. Hi Finy This is know as a Tre Fuoci or THREE FIRES apocathery or Drug jar. The process is completed by coating the inner glass piece in 24 carat gold after each firing which is done three times un...
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