Murano Glass Gourd Vase
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Rare and Worthy

Murano Glass Gourd Vase

$145.00
Est. Arrival: Apr 22 - May 06
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COLOR blue
CONDITION Very Good; surface wear around base
DIMENSIONS 7" W x 15" H
ERA Vintage
MADE IN Italy
MADE OF glass
SKU 77276921
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Apr 22 - May 06
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RETURNS This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
With a passion for collecting, and an insatiable love for the thrill of the hunt, Kim Childs and her team at Rare and Worthy share a curated collection of eclectic and lovely vintage home decor and furniture. The hand-picked treasures are from all over the Mid-Atlantic and beyond.
Why we love this
Free-form Murano glass vase. Ribbed at the base to create a gourd-like appearance. In the style of Salviati. No maker's mark. Surface wear around base.
About the Seller
With a passion for collecting, and an insatiable love for the thrill of the hunt, Kim Childs and her team at Rare and Worthy share a curated collection of eclectic and lovely vintage home decor and furniture. The hand-picked treasures are from all over the Mid-Atlantic and beyond.
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