Fratelli Toso Footed Centerpiece Spiderweb Bowl, Murano

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 09,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

This is an impressive centerpiece bowl. It no longer has a label, but was probably made by Fratelli Toso c 1950s. The bowl is made of white glass with a pulled aventurine spiderweb decoration. The bowl is cased in heavy clear glass that is pulled into three feet and three handles. T is no sign of damage -- no chips, flea bites, or cracks. T are some spots of furnace ash on the upper surface -- common in bowls from the 1950s and before. The bowl is about 16" at its greatest diameter and stands 6" tall. It weighs 5 lb 8 oz (unpacked). It is a beauty. (Priority mail shipping for the oversized box is expensive. I pack well, so the bowl should make it to you safely if you opt for parcel post in the US.)

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