• £ 1,250.00 In Stock

    Miniature mushrooms are not nearly as common as their larger counterparts. The tuft here is formed of 2 rows of pistachio/white & pink/white complex millefiori canes encircling a blue-lined, 28-point feature cane centred by 4 pink St Louis cross canes. The tuft is borne on a stem of green, white & red staves, which taper to a point over the clear...

    £ 1,250.00
  • £ 210.00 In Stock

    Clear crystal encases an attractive miniature 2-row open concentric. The deep-blue & white pastry-mould in the centre is encircled first by complex pink & white pastry-mould canes with 5 violet, white & green pastry-moulds set between pairs of green & red millefiori canes in the outer row. Narrow basal rim around a polished, concave base.

    £ 210.00
  • £ 350.00 In Stock

    A pentagonal top facet, deep scallops and 5 round side facets in the yellow-on-white double overlay of this paperweight expose a 4-row concentric mushroom with complex millefiori canes in white, pale-pink, yellow & deep-pink. An outer row of green/white canes are drawn into a narrow stem which tapers to the clear base. Incorporated in the row of...

    £ 350.00
  • £ 80.00 In stock

    Set above a white crystalline ground is a stylized shaded-pink rose - its petals streaked with white - described as “a regal bloom in gentle colours”. The flower is encircled by translucent green leaves and tendrils. The paperweight is finished with a top facet and 32 side flutes arranged in 2 rows.Signed and dated (twice !) by the artist Colin Terris...

    £ 80.00
  • £ 140.00 In Stock

    A mid-size underwater scene: a green aventurine fish - its body marked on both sides by a row of yellow spots - glides silently over shells embedded in the sandy ocean floor. Near the centre of the sandy floor is a blue/white WM signature cane. The flat, polished base is scratch-signed and dated: William Manson Snr 2001 and numbered 19/25.

    £ 140.00
  • £ 230.00 In Stock

    A lampwork bouquet centred by a large amber & pink flower with a complex millefiori cane “stamen”. Completing the floral arrangement over a white double-spiral filigree cushion are 3 other blooms, numerous buds, brown & green stems and leaves.Signed in the polished, concave base with a PMcD 10 signature/date cane and scratch-numbered 34/35....

    £ 230.00
  • £ 230.00 In Stock

    The clear glass set with a number of pale-blue & dark-blue blossoms - accompanied by small, pale-green leaves - on spreading brown branches.  The mid-size weight is cut with a circular top facet and 16 oval side facets arranged in two rows. The lower side facets are each cut with an additional finger flute. Typical Perthshire star-cut base with...

    £ 230.00
  • £ 399.00 In Stock

    Six circlets of complex millefiori canes - resembling doilies - are arranged over an opaque pinkish-orange ground. The predominant colours in the composite tube-and-star canes are light-brown and various shades of blue augmented by pink, red & white. A red/white SL1984 signature/date cane is set between two of the circles. Polished, concave base with...

    £ 399.00

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The paperweight categories on this website are set out according to country, continent or region and list the main glasshouses, studios or artists in alphabetical order.
Antique Paperweights
covers the classic period - considered to be ca. 1845-1865 - and the post-classic period ca. 1870-1930.

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Both categories contain a Miscellaneous section for paperweights for which there is no dedicated category or which cannot be attributed with certainty to a particular glassworks or country.

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