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Art Glass2724 of 22363Loetz "Dunkelheliotrop Astglas", PN II-569, ca. 1901Skrdlovice/Aseda (?) pulled vase
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    Posted 3 years ago

    twentiethc
    (22 items)

    Example of "earlier" Murano Moorish heads. Of course, if anyone wants to ID this bowl, please feel free to post your thoughts.

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    1. vetraio50 vetraio50, 3 years ago
      WOWZA !!! LOVE IT !!!
    2. Nathaniel.J, 3 years ago
      Beautiful!
    3. learningnew, 3 years ago
      I have an almost identical piece I always thought was Barovier also. I did, however, find a bowl with almost the same footed form, but without the heads, that was attributed to Cenedese, circa 1940.

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