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All the paperweights illustrated below have been sold.

This page illustrates paperweights from artists or studios for which we have no dedicated section.

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Fantailed Goldfish (Ed. 250 - ca. 1988)
Reference: MIS 04143
Orient & FlumeA contemporary American glass studio founded in 1972 in Chico, CaliforniaA marine environment by master glass artist Scott Beyers.  Swimming over the multi-coloured ocean floor is a fantailed goldfish.  Attached to the brown latticinio body are white fins & tail.  White millefiori sea ..
Overlaid Yellow Crimp Rose
Reference: MIS 04142
Francis WhittemoreFrancis Whittemore was a scientific glassblower before he started making paperweights in the early 1960s.  He continued to make paperweights until the mid 1970s. The pale-blue overlay of this miniature weight is cut with a top facet and - somewhat unusual - 4 side facets to reveal ..
Bearded Iris Ed. 250
Reference: MIS 03311
Orient & FlumeA contemporary American glass studio founded in 1972 in Chico, California An iridescent blue, egg-shaped weight designed by Ed Alexander and decorated with 3 large white irises with yellow beards. Each bloom is accompanied by long green leaves.Scratch-signed and numbered around the fl..
Garden Gnome (2006)
Reference: MIS 03312
Lewis WilsonCrystal Myths Studio, established 1991 A gnome with a long beard - dressed in a blue jacket and wearing a bright-red hat - standing in a garden on a pebble ground amidst low-growing pale-blue flowers and dark-green leaves.A blue/white “CM” signature cane is partially hidden in the leav..
Pink Gloriosa Lily (Ed. 100)
Reference: MIS 01262
Correia Art GlassA small family-owned glass studio founded in 1973 in Santa Monica, California A stylized flower with 5 pink & white, wavy-edged petals and long, pink-tipped anthers.  The flower is borne on a stalk with curling green leaves over an opaque blue cushion. The arrangement is enclosed i..
Rainbow Spiral (2004)
Reference: MIS 00236
Cuneo FurnaceFine art glass marbles created by Steven Maslach in his studio.A paperweight or a marble ?  Not really important when you look at this precise studio design.  Difficult to believe that all the pictures are of the same piece; turn it around to get yet another colour combination..
Blue/Red Spiral (2004)
Reference: MIS 00138
Cuneo FurnaceFine art glass marbles created by Steven Maslach in his studio.What’s up, what’s down ?  Turn it upside down or place it horizontally to enjoy ever new colour combinations and spiralling designs. Completely round with a separate frosted glass base for it to stand on...
Bouquet on Dusty-Pink
Reference: MIS 00610
Ronald E, Hansen (1913-1987) Started making lampwork paperweights in the 1960s - mainly flowers but also birds and snakes. A 3-dimensional bouquet. A 2-layered flower with red/white striped petals over orange, arranged with blue & yellow flowers on green leaves, is set on an opaque pale-pink ground..
Nosegay on Green
Reference: MIS 00612
Ronald E. Hansen (1913-1986)Started making lampwork paperweights in the 1960s - mainly flowers but also birds and snakes.A small paperweight with a nosegay composed of pale-blue tubes and ochre corrugated canes with white star centres around a red & white Baccarat-style fortress cane. There are 2 ma..
Blue Bird over Landscape (1992)
Reference: MIS 00289
Yaffa & Jeff ToddA husband and wife team, who started making paperweights in the mid-1980s A large blue bird soars above 5 tall mauve & yellow wild flowers growing in a rocky landscape.Signed and dated J Todd NW-119 Yaffa 92 above the basal rim. Deep concave base..
Marine Environment (1994)
Reference: MIS 00280
Mark Eckstrand A fascinating “aquatic” weight; attached to a black & white speckled ocean reef, vibrant filigree twists and millefiori canes in translucent sheaths create the impression of branched corals swaying gently in the underwater currents. An amazing range of colours: yellow, orange, green,..
Magnum Snake Weight
Reference: MIS 00288
John GentileBest known for his snakes, salamander and beetle weights, John used various types of signatures and signature canes A black & orange reptile, with a black head and white eyes, lies coiled on a ground of crushed green and white glass, its red forked tongue poised ready to strike. Signed ..
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