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    Posted 9 years ago

    Deanteaks
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    these are unusual pieces of glass, all hand blown, not sure what they might be used for, maybe a candy dish, they are very delicate, I'm affraid I will break one every time I pick one of them up, but seem to be very strong, any ideas? maybe Marono, Italy?

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    Signed 1990 Craig ZWEIFEL Studio Iridescent Art Glass Vase, No Reserve
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    Signed 1988 Craig ZWEIFEL Hand Blown Studio Iridescent Art Glass Vase, NR
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    1. LaneyTex1 LaneyTex1, 9 years ago
      I do believe it is Murano.
    2. antiquerose antiquerose, 8 years ago
      These usually have a label on them for *Lavorazione Arte Murano*, along with a label that says *made in Italy*. They use the word Lavorazione Arte Murano on the label but there is nothing to prove they are made in Murano, or are actual Murano art glass as that is why the other label always just says made in Italy.

      Also they are newer pieces......

      :-)
    3. IronLace IronLace, 3 years ago
      They date from the late 1990s...I recall buying one as a gift for my mother's 65th birthday in 1999.

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