11 June 2010
A BACCARAT GLASS 'A' MARKED CLOSE MILLEFIORI WEIGHT
Mid 19th century, marked with an 'A' cane possibly from the word Baccarat or perhaps relating to a special commission.
Set with brightly colored tightly packed millefiori canes including a silhouette of a horse, a shamrock cane and a Clichy-type rose
3 1/8 in. (8 cm.) diameter
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Please note the 'A' cane found in this Baccarat weight is possibly from the word Baccarat or perhaps relates to a special commission.
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