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Caithness Traditional

Although the paperweights issued by Caithness Glass in the 1970s were mainly abstract designs by Colin Terris, during the 1980s a number of designers - such as Margot Thomson, Allan Scott and William Manson - began to produce lampwork designs sometimes combined with millefiori. Subjects included floral themes, insects, reptiles, birds and marine life. These more traditional designs were usually issued in relatively small limited editions of maybe only 50 or 100 pieces.

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  • £ 22.00 In Stock

    The series “Millefiori Miniatures” - designed by Allan Scott - was issued over a number of years. Within a ring of blue & white millefiori canes is a 3-flower lampwork posy set on an opaque blue colour ground. The weight is cut with a top facet and 5 small side facets.Acid-etched on the flat, polished base: Caithness Miniature Posy Scotland.

    £ 22.00
  • £ 99.00 In stock

    Sculpted in hot glass by lampworker Allan Scott and set within a circle of fine pale-pink, white & green millefiori canes over clear ground, this apricot rose crowned with green leaves was issued in a small edition of 70 pieces to honour 70 years of Service to the Nation (1923-1993) by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. The weight has a top window, 4...

    £ 99.00
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