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This page shows typical examples of the paperweights produced by this 19th Century glassworks.
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Despite the off-centre white/blue cane and the slightly deformed first row of blue/white canes, this is a good example of a New England open concentric with the centre cane encircled by 3 rows of composite millefiori canes over a spiral filigree cushion. There are a couple of rogue canes in both the first and second row of canes. Polished base with...
A number of whole complex canes, sawtooth cogs in collars, red heart silhouettes (?), partial canes plus a couple of twists...and a few empty spaces! The main colours are dark-green, various shades of pink, a hint of pale-yellow, blue, a fair amount of white.The polished base has a narrow basal rim and a deep concavity.
A good scrambled over a clear centre with whole canes and numerous partial canes in shades of blue, red, chocolate brown, green & lemon - with a blue running rabbit silhouette concealed in one of them - and interspersed with pink/white and blue/white spiralling ribbons and latticinio threads.Broad basal rim with central concavity.
Adding colour to the sections of fine white latticinio rods are a number of whole canes in pink, green and dark-green, lavender and pale blue plus red-and-white twists and splashes of yellow, cobalt blue, ruby and aquamarine. The large air bubble in the centre is well camouflaged by the surrounding canes and there appear to be at least 2 blue running...
A closely-packed, mid-size scrambled with numerous whole canes, a good variety of partial canes, pink-and-white candy stripes, fine muslin and just for good measurement... 3 white and 3 blue running rabbit silhouettes... all set on a red-and-white jasper ground, which was rarely used in NEGC weights.A polished base with a deep central concavity.