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    Posted 3 years ago

    Elainep
    (29 items)

    I believe that these birds are hand blown. That's all I know about them! They are both signed to the base with etched signatures which seem different to one another. I've never been able to decipher them so would appreciate help. Thank you

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    Comments

    1. antiquerose antiquerose, 3 years ago
      Can you get a clear pic of the signature....I have some ideas but wait to see some other pics. Thanks
    2. Elainep Elainep, 3 years ago
      Thanks very much I'll be home from work and post them soon. Much appreciated help!
    3. Elainep Elainep, 3 years ago
      Antiquerose your help is much appreciated these aren't brilliant photos but I hope they're a little clearer.
    4. cairngorm10, 3 years ago
      Hi Elainep, all these items look to be either Mtarfa, Mdina or Phoenician.
      I would think they are definitely Malta in origin an the studios there did very similar work at times.
      Regards,
      Cairngorm10
    5. Elainep Elainep, 3 years ago
      Hi Cairngorm10
      Thanks so much for that information. I appreciate your time. I love the birds but I'm an entheusiast without any knowledge so it's great to find out about their origins.
      Thanks again
      Elaine

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