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Art Glass5293 of 22451Murano glass rabbit Glass Piramid by Dino Rosin of Murano
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    Posted 5 years ago

    User33
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    This is my favorite piece of art glass that I have and I wish I knew more about it. It looks like the handles are actually part of the piece itself and weren't attached afterwards like some other pieces that I have. The glass has a frosted feel to it and as u can see some of the metal is starting to rust. I'm not sure what the supposed beads are actually made of they appear to have been painted after they were set. I hope you enjoy this beautiful piece as much as I do and thanks for taking a look!

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    1. racer4four racer4four, 5 years ago
      It's very cool glass user33. My take is that this is Persian glass, based on the style, base and the satin finish.
      Glass has been made in Persia for only a few thousand years, so they know their stuff!
    2. User33 User33, 5 years ago
      Hey thanks that gives me something to go on and now I've got some research to do!

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