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Jay Glass

After an apprenticeship at Strathearn Glass, John Deacons moved on to Perthshire Paperweights in 1968. Ten years later he felt the time was right to start a business of his own and he set up Jay Glass. The company made paperweights - mainly small editions limited to 101 pieces, although there were also a few special issues - from 1978 to 1983. Allan Scott was responsible for many of the lampwork designs, some of which were made exclusively for the American market. Early weights were signed with a “J” cane. Later date canes were introduced with 4 numerals in various combinations of red, blue & green. The venture closed down in 1983.

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    Design J14: A small weight with two lampwork clematis on a blue cushion lightly sprinkled with blue aventurine.  The pale-blue and pink flowers have deeply-cupped petals set around complex millefiori cane stamen.  The stems are tied with a white bow just below the lower leaves.Signed with a J1979 cane next to the blue flower.  Flat, polished base....

    £ 85.00
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    Design J08: A small weight with a 5-petalled lampwork flower and bud on a cushion of white latticinio tubes. The flower’s deep-pink petals, with white centre veins, are set around a complex millefiori cane stamen. A short curving stem supports the flower and bud as well as a number of green leaves.Signed with a pink/blue “J” cane at the base of the stem...

    £ 85.00
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