Ken Rosenfeld 1987 Vegetables Bouquet Paperweight. This paperweight consists of vegetable bouquet of radishes, carrots, asparagus spears, and turnips (or beets). There are seven red radishes with leafy tops, six tapered orange carrots, three asparagus spears and two purple turnips. The design is placed on a clear ground. It is signed on the side with Ken Rosenfeld’s “R” cane and engraved signature “KEN ROSENFELD’87”. It is a beautiful paperweight with its unusual composition of vegetables. An early paperweight from Ken Rosenfeld. Note: This paperweight has a relatively flat profile. The low profile allows Ken to fill the paperweight with details and avoid optical distortion, but it also made it difficult eliminate all the glare from the lights when taking pictures. Please Note: The stand shown in the pictures is not included with the paperweight. It is shown for illustration only. Note on white glare : Please ignore the white areas, they are glare from the light. Ken Rosenfeld works at his own studio, Ken Rosenfeld Glass, in Milwaukie, Oregon. Ken’s paperweight expertise arose from a formal art education and a technical background. He has a Bachelor’s degree in art from the University of California and a Master’s of Fine Arts degree from Southern Illinois University. His technical experience in scientific glasswork and his studio glass experience contributed to his superb ability as a glass artist. Ken has been a paperweight artist since the mid 1980s. He started at Correia Glass, leaving after five years to set up his own studio in 1983. This 1987 vegetable bouquet is an early paperweight made by Ken. Large size: Just under 3″ diameter by just over 1 1/2″ high. It has a low, relatively flat profile which allowed Ken to fill the paperweight with vegetables and avoid optical distortion. The base is polished concave. Signature: It is signed on the side with Ken Rosenfeld’s “R” signature cane and engraved signature “KEN ROSENFELD’87”. No cracks, chips, or scratches found on inspection. Allan’s Paperweights is owned by Allan Port. If in doubt, please check with me first. Please do not ask me to declare this a gift.
Vtg murano hand blown Glass Turtle Millefiori Italy figure paperweight 6 floral. Glitter gold flecks on head and feet. Millifiori Mosaic Blown Glass. Murano sticker on side.
Large Colorful Strathearn Paneled Millefiori Paperweight. This very attractive paperweight consists of a paneled millefiori pattern with nine panels of 1 (yellow) + 2 (pink) millefiori canes each separated by a white latticinio twist cane. There is a central ring of eight dark red millefiori canes and then a center pink and white millefiori cane. The canes are early Scottish millefiori canes on an transparent green ground. This is a great addition to any collection of Scottish paperweights. Please Note: The stand shown in the pictures is not included with the paperweight. It is shown for illustration only. Note on white glare : Please ignore the white areas, they are glare from the light. The birth of Scottish paperweight making is credited to the glass making family of Salvador Ysart, who moved to Crieff, Scotland in 1922. They worked first at John Moncrieff Ltd and made the earliest Scottish paperweights during that period. In 1946 Salvadore and his sons Augustine and Vincent founded Ysart Brothers Glass and produced glass wares under the Vasart label. Salvador Ysart died in 1955 The company name was later changed to Vasart Glass. Strathearn Glass was formed in a reorganization of Vasart glass in 1963. The new company was owned by Teachers Whiskey. The company is no longer in existence. Large size: Just over 3″ diameter by 2 1/8″ high. The base is fire polished with a remnant of the pontil mark. No cracks, chips, or scratches found on inspection other than minor wear on the base. There are some small bubbles in the glass. Signature: Unsigned, but I guarantee this paperweight was made by Strathearn Glass in Scotland. Allan’s Paperweights is owned by Allan Port. If in doubt, please check with me first. Please do not ask me to declare this a gift.
This Listing Includes: Art Glass Paperweight. Description: This piece features a clear glass cat with a blue tail and fish in its belly. Condition: Preowned, wonderful condition – no chips or cracks. This piece contains some faint surface scratching from use. Length: 4 1/2 in. CHECK OUT THE SIMILAR & RELATED ITEMS IN OUR STORE. PLEASE EXAMINE OUR PHOTOS FOR DETAILS. Photos count as part of the listing. Over 1000 items listed, come see it all at my site. For A Little Bit of Everything Come Check Out Our Other Store. All items are carefully examined and scrutinized for defects with magnification under Indoor & Outdoor lighting We are honest and try to be as accurate in our descriptions, However we are only human and although rare, a blemish can sometimes elude us. Because our photos are considered as part of our listing description all we ask is that if you see a mistake, have any questions, see a conflict between a description & a picture, don’t understand something, need extra photos or something else. All we ask is that you…. We’re happy to help you. It’s better to avoid any misinterpretations or misunderstandings.. Button at the top of this listing and ask as many questions necessary. We value every customer and you can be sure. Just look at our feedback. We will do everything to help and keep you satisfied. Aside from the Security products we sell. We also offer complete SECURITY INSTALLATIO N & SERVICE. And for those that Love and Respect our planet.. You should know that w. It’s a Great way to g ive back to our earth & the next generation. Recycle and save the trees. And from New (From Old) Stock. Other items may have have some wear which is to be expected with preowned goods. About 75% of our items are either Brand New or Factory Refurbished. Certain Items may have have some shelf wear which is common for showcase, displayed items. We do our best to research, investigate and obtain documentation (when available) to corroborate validity of said merchandise. We state what information is obtained and make no claims on it. We are not experts in items like these nor do we claim to be. Thank you for shopping with RosaJem. Come back Again Soon.
This is for a lovely Perthshire Annual Collection 1982E LMT ED Nursery Rhyme Silhouettes Paperweight. Limited Edition Only 201 Made. Original Label Still Attached. A central Millefiori cluster surrounded by five large colored picture canes depicting nursery rhyme and cartoon characters. An Outer garland of canes is set in a bright blue ground. Measures: 2.9″ Wide x 2.25″ Tall. Great Condition No cracks or chips. See Photo’s for Complete Description and Condition. Would make a great addition to any collection.
If you are a collector of Murano Art Glass in general or Murano Paper Weights, this one is a stunner. This Murano Art Glass Butterfly Paperweight is full of vibrant colors as it sits atop frothy bubbles. It’s body is a sparkly brown with two antennae and it’s millefiori butterfly wings are made up of Yellow, white and green. Product Dimension Estimates in Inches: 3.50 in diameter and roughly 1-7/8 tall. And 3.1 oz. Product Flaws: Some scuffs and scratches along the bottom as if someone had put a velvet cloth on the bottom at one point and removed it. The rest of the paper weight is smooth with no chips, cracks or scratches. Thanks for stopping by!
This large millefiori pattern glass paperweight by Perthshire Paperweights of Scotland has complex canes and large twisted rods surrounding a yellow lampwork flower set on a ruby translucent background. It is marked #163, dated on the base. It weighs 15 ounces and is 3 inches in diameter. It is in fine condition with a defect on upper side (see photos).
Measures approx 3 inches tall by 3.25 inches in diameter at widest point. Made by Swedish maker. And still bears the original factory label. The paperweight is a vintage original and is sure to impress with its production style and its brand, Lindshammar. Perfect for those who appreciate art and unique objects, this piece is a must-have for any avid collector. Lindshammar Glass Identification Guide + Gallery. Glass was founded in 1905 in the town of Lindshammar, Sweden, by. A German glass blower. In 1916 the company was bought by. After Anton’s death in 1949, his son. It was at this time that. Lindhammar’s first designer, was employed, and began designing art glass. Gunnar Ander worked for Lindshammar until 1976. Lindshammar changed hands again in 1985, bought and managed by. Until 1998 when it was bought by.