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Old 2018-07-17, 8:36pm
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I inherited this very small piece of glass and I love it. Anyone know what it is? It is 104 and might be effetre.
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Old 2018-07-18, 6:24am
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Maybe Carnelian, an Opalino.
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Old 2018-07-18, 6:45am
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Effetre Sedona.

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Old 2018-07-18, 7:31am
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I have some old pinks that look like this too. Will get some photos today. Edit - nope, sorry. I must have sold it. It was very old, kind of pale like yours, and had a deep strike to it.

Dix, all of my Sedona looks like a more brown EDP. None of it is as pale as yours. I wish I could find some of the paler stock.
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Old 2018-07-18, 9:46am
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Others are saying it is an edp-pink that was once sold many moons ago and no longer available
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Old 2018-07-18, 2:32pm
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That would be my first guess, Mina. After that, I am leaning toward Carnelian, but it seems pretty pink for that. If it silvers it's Sedona.
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Old 2018-07-18, 4:20pm
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yes EDP pink I was thinking, too. I wish I had bought pounds and pounds, but who doesn't? LOL
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Old 2018-07-18, 5:36pm
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I never had any, so now I wish I had bought at least some but I never heard of it! LOL
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