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HEIGHT: 5in (13cm) DIAMETER: 5.5in (14cm)
Blown Glass, Metal, Murano Glass
Late 20th Century
Cornet glass vase, height 14 3/4 inches, upper diameter 6 inches, bottom diameter 5 inches, signed on bottom.
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