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A Cenedese glass aquarium designed by Alfredo Barbini, Italian, circa 1948. 13 cm high

A Murano Cenedese glass aquarium, Italian, 20th century, together with a circular Murano glass aquarium, the Cenedese 12.5 cm high, 17 cm wide

Three Murano glass aquarium by Cenedese, second half of the 20th century, the larger with two fish swimming amongst weed, the smaller each having a single fish amongst weed, (3), largest 19 cm high, 22.5 cm wide, 5.5 cm deep

A Murano aquarium by Cenedese, Second half 20th century, with four exotic striped fish floating above the green weed 21 cm high, 31 cm wide

A Murano aquarium by Cenedese, Second half 20th century, with three exotic striped fish floating above the green weed 21 cm high, 17 cm wide

Attributed to Alfredo Barbini (born 1912), an aquarium block manufactured by Cenedese & Co, Italy, c.1950 glass, 19 cm height

A Murano aquarium by Cenedese, with four exotic striped fish floating above the green and orange weed 16 x 24 cm

Murano glass aquarium block c. 1960's, attributed to Cenedese, Italy depicting three fish, seahorse and seaweed 21.5 x 29 cm

A Cenedese glass aquarium block, circa 1950s, the design attributed to Riccardo Licata, the rectangular double layered glass body encasing marine scene depicting two fish swimming amongst seaweed, 11.5 cm high

A Murano aquarium, by Cenedese, depicting three small exotic fish floating in the glass aquarium 25 x 23 cm

Attributed to Gino Cenedese, glass 'Aquarium', depicting clown fish swimming amongst water plants.

A Cenedese glass aquarium block, circa 1950s, design attributed to Riccardo Licata fashioned as three clear slabs of glass fused together encasing an underwater scene of a colourful fish swimming amongst seaweed, (small crack to base), 12.5 cm high

A Murano glass aquarium with clear rounded glass and internal polychrome fish and marine plants. 1950's Cenedese. Height 18 cm

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