Although it was in very fine condition, with no apparent chips, cracks, significant scratches or repairs, this Murano glass tree with birds ended up selling slightly under its presale estimate of $400 to $600, settling at $300. The unsigned piece measures 21 inches by 10 inches and was sold at Susanin's Jan 16, 2010, auction. Photo courtesy Susanin's Auctions, 900 South Clinton, Chicago, IL 60607
This Formia Murano glass modernist sculpture of two figures is 15 inches tall overall and mounted on a black glass base (8 inches by 4 3/4 inches). Even with a chip on the base, the piece brought $150. Photo courtesy Burchard Galleries.
This brass chandelier with floral Murano drops sold for $300 against a presale estimate of $400 to $600 at the July 25, 2010 Summer Estates Auction, an event held by Mathesons' AA Auction, 600 E. New Haven Avenue,
Melbourne, FL 32901.
Below, a detail photo of the Murano floral drops.
Photo courtesy LiveAuctioneers.com
One of the many styles of original stickers used on many Murano pieces.