Vintage Mdina Art Glass Bud Vase, Island of Malta Flower Floral Paperweight Home Decor Modern Retro White Green Clear Heavy Freelton Antique Mall Toronto Canada
Vintage Mdina Art Glass Bud Vase, Island of Malta Flower Floral Paperweight Home Decor Modern Retro White Green Clear Heavy Freelton Antique Mall Toronto Canada
Vintage Mdina Art Glass Bud Vase, Island of Malta Flower Floral Paperweight Home Decor Modern Retro White Green Clear Heavy Freelton Antique Mall Toronto Canada
Vintage Mdina Art Glass Bud Vase, Island of Malta Flower Floral Paperweight Home Decor Modern Retro White Green Clear Heavy Freelton Antique Mall Toronto Canada
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Mdina Art Glass Bud Vase Paperweight, Island of Malta

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THIS ITEM IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE FREELTON ANTIQUE MALL, BOOTH 303 ON THE 2ND FLOOR

A weighted art glass bud vase made by Mdina Glass on the Island of Malta. The vase is clear with clourds of white and a burst of green/gray banded details. Circa 1980s.

In excellent condition, no chips or cracks. Bottom marked 'Mdina'.

Mdina Glass was set up in 1968 as Malta’s first glass making company using a blend of traditional glassblowing techniques and those from the burgeoning studio glass movements of the early-to-mid 60s.