MURANO GLASS: THE CANADIAN EXPERIENCE

By: John Hogan

 

MURANO ORANGE GLASS VASE, 15" HIGH, C. 1960-1980

MURANO ORANGE GLASS VASE 15"H

MURANO BLUE-GREEN CRYSTAL CENTERPIECE, C. 1960-80

MURANO CRYSTAL CENTERPIECE

MURANO SILVER FLEX CASED GLASS VASE, 8.75"H, C. 1955-65

MURANO SILVER FLEX CASED VASE, 8.75"H

MURANO SILVER FLEX GLASS BOWL, 10.25"D X 4"H, C. 1955-65

MURANO SILVER FLEX BOWL, 10.25"D X 4"H

MURANO URN SHAPE AMBER GLASS VASE, 10.75" HIGH, C.1960-1980

MURANO URN SHAPE AMBER VASE, 10.75"H










You will see some Czechoslovakian pieces of glass that look similar and was competitively produced at the time but on closer examination cannot compare to the quality of this Murano glass.

What to really look for are the tri colored or multi colored pieces; these pieces seemingly fetch the higher prices because they are more difficult to find and less was made at the time.

Because of the clean streamline effect, colors, and shapes the younger collectors of today seem to love this glass and are avid collectors of it. Consequently, prices are constantly escalating and continue to climb for the unique and unusual pieces of this glass.


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