Share your favorites on Show & Tell

Mystery Paperweight

In Art Glass > Art Glass Paperweights > Show & Tell.
Art Glass4486 of 8629Kralik Decor #1 - StripeEarly Sculpture by Kent Forrest Ipsen
7
Love it
2
Like it

ElisabethanElisabethan loves this.
scottvezscottvez likes this.
aeonaeon likes this.
vintagemadvintagemad loves this.
FloridaTreasuresFloridaTreasures loves this.
ozmartyozmarty loves this.
lisalisa loves this.
vetraio50vetraio50 loves this.
GreatsnowyowlGreatsnowyowl loves this.
See 7 more
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.


Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate



Posted 1 year ago

Email

bigdipper
(1 item)

Wish I new the maker of this 3" diameter 2" tall pretty paperweight. Weight is 13.8 oz and in lovely condition.

Unsolved Mystery

Help us close this case. Add your knowledge below.

Comments

  1. Greatsnowyowl Greatsnowyowl, 1 year ago
    It appears to be an older weight. Very nice. You might try the glassmessage.com boards if no one else responds here. I think they have a lot of serious paperweight collectors there. My knowledge on paperweights is pretty much tapped out on the polished vs ground base chestnut :)
  2. Stillwater Stillwater, 1 year ago
    Its Italian, a nice one. Look for a signature cane, in the middle there might be a cane with an animal or a letter
  3. vetraio50 vetraio50, 1 year ago
    Simply beautiful!
  4. Stillwater Stillwater, 1 year ago
    Yeah its good one, probably worth a little money
  5. bigdipper, 1 year ago
    Thanks so much for the interest and kind Help!
  6. flyingfree, 1 year ago
    I don't know much at all about paperweights but I would say that is possibly an Ysart weight. I don't think it's Italian.
    You would do well to get it checked out on the Paperweight section of the Glass Message Board :)
    m
  7. ozmarty ozmarty, 1 year ago
    try perthshire paperweight
  8. Stillwater Stillwater, 1 year ago
    Definitely an old Ysart, I see some canes in there which are common to be his work, specifically the red-cased-green flowers.

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.