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France

An overview of French classical & post-classical paperweights, which have already been sold.

Click on the individual glasshouse for images and more information

Subcategories

  • Baccarat

    PLEASE NOTE: this is the ARCHIVE section of our website.
    All the paperweights illustrated below have been sold.
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    This page shows examples of the type of paperweights produced by this famous French glasshouse.

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  • Baccarat/Dupont

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    All the paperweights illustrated below have been sold.
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    This page shows typical examples of post-classic paperweights attributed to Baccarat-Dupont.

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  • Clichy

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    All the paperweights illustrated below have been sold.
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    An overview illustrating the range of designs produced by this French glasshouse in the mid-19th Century.

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  • Grenelle

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    All the paperweights illustrated below have been sold.
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    Examples of paperweights produced by this short-lived mid-19th Century French glasshouse.

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  • St. Louis

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    All the paperweights illustrated below have been sold.
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    This page shows the range of 19th Century designs associated with this renowned French glasshouse.

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  • St. Mandé

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    All the paperweights illustrated below have been sold.
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    This page shows typical examples of work from this relatively short-lived French glasshouse.

    Click on an image for sizes and details