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    Alfredo Barbini Italian Murano Inclamo Art Glass Vase

    Alfredo Barbini Italian Murano Inclamo Art Glass Vase

    £2,450

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    About this item

    A stunning and large Italian Murano Incalmo art glass vase applied with a murine studded collar by Alfredo Barbini and dating from the 1960's. The hand blown vase is of rounded baluster form with a turquoise green tinted lower body with a blue funnel shaped top and with a black glass ribbon collar inset with concentric ovals of red, white and blue. The vase is signed 'Barbini Murano' to the base and retains its original paper label applied to the top rim.

    In good condition with customary age wear to the base.


    Origin : Italy
    Maker : Alfredo Barbini
    Manufacture Date : Circa 1960
    Materials : Blown-glass

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    Additional Information

    Code

    GL21516 (AB-119897)

    Dimensions

    H: 32cm  (12.6")Di: 26cm  (10.2")

    Nationality

    Italian

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    Being able to share one’s passion is the dream! As a young boy Frank McKenzie would spend his time visiting local ‘Jumble Sales’ and foraging landfill on old railway lines for abandoned treasures. At the age of 9 he was already using his pocket money to buy and sell items. Since then and...