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MARVELOUS Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED BLUE POINSETTIA Art Glass Paperweight

MARVELOUS Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED BLUE POINSETTIA Art Glass Paperweight

MARVELOUS Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED BLUE POINSETTIA Art Glass Paperweight

MARVELOUS Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED BLUE POINSETTIA Art Glass Paperweight

MARVELOUS Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED BLUE POINSETTIA Art Glass Paperweight

MARVELOUS Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED BLUE POINSETTIA Art Glass Paperweight

MARVELOUS Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED BLUE POINSETTIA Art Glass Paperweight

MARVELOUS Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED BLUE POINSETTIA Art Glass Paperweight

Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED COBALT BLUE POINSETTIA on Double Layered Swirl Latticino. (Circa 1865) I see typical gather lines with this Amazing Work of Art Glass. I consider this Exquisite Work of Art Glass to be in Excellent Original Antique Condition. It has 10 Gorgeous Cobalt Blue Petals and 3 Very Pretty and Pointed Forest Green Leaves gently attached to a Long Stem. It has a wonderful Complex Center Cane. I see a bunch of nicely placed tiny controlled bubbles all over the Petals and Leaves, which adds to the detail and sparkle when see from different angles. I do consider the poinsettia to be nicely center. It’s does have a concave bottom which shows negligible shelf wear to the basal rim. This Could be a Nice Center Piece to Your Collection. This Lovely and Large Weight that Measures 2 7/8″ Diameter by 2 1/8″ Tall. This Delightful Poinsettia will add Value to Your Collection. Please check pictures for further description. The Stand is not part of this sale and is only used here for illustrative purposes. I will Consider any Reasonable Offers on this Wonderful Antique Art Glass Paperweight and Thank You for Looking. Please do not miss my many other lovely Art Glass Paperweight Auctions by various Well Known and Famous Artists. Some of this Wonderful Paperweights Fascinating History. This Art Glass Paperweight is from the late William Gaskills Cherished Collection. Gaskill was a former President of the National Paperweight Collectors Association (PCA) and an avid and very astute Art Glass Paperweight Collector. After His passing, his collection was on loan (for approximately 3 years from 2006 to 2009) to the Museum of American Glass (Wheaton Village) in Millville, NJ, which is now known as Wheaton Village Arts and Cultural Center. Gaskills highly regarded and very extensive Art Glass Paperweight Collection was on display in their most prominent area of the Museum at that time. Just prior to being put on display at the Museum, Lawrence Selman of the Renown L. Selman was commissioned to do an appraisal of the entire collection. Selman is known worldwide for his expertise in the field of Art Glass Paperweights and in 2001, Selman was awarded the honor of being named by the Paperweight Collectors Association, one of the Top Ten People of the 20. Century to influence the paperweight art form. Gaskills collection was considered to be one of the largest gatherings of Antique American Art Glass Paperweights known to be in private hands. In 2009 a family member took possession of the entire collection and it went safely and quietly into storage for approximately 6 years, from 2009 to 2015. In 2016 I was very proud and honored to have had the opportunity to acquire a large portion of Mr. Gaskills Wonderful and Cherished Art Glass Paperweight Collection. If youre a new collector, old collector or just would like a few original well documented paperweights for your collection please stay tuned and watch for my future Art Glass Paperweight auctions. Of New England Glass Company. New England Glass Company. Was established by Amos Binney, Edmund Munroe, Daniel Hastings, and. On February 16, 1818. It produced both blown and pressed glass objects in a variety of… Colors, which had engraved, cut, etched, and gilded decorations. The firm was one of the first glass companies to use a steam engine to operate its cutting machines, and it built the only oven in the country that could manufacture. A key ingredient in the making of. By the middle of the nineteenth century, the New England Glass Company was considered one of the leading glasshouses in the United States, best known for its cut and engraved glass. At its start, the company occupied a disused East Cambridge warehouse erected by the recently failed Boston Porcelain and Glass Company. It was fitted with two flint furnaces, 24 steam-operated glass-cutting mills, and a red-lead furnace, which in combination could produce many types of plain, molded, and cut glass. The company charter permitted it to manufacture. Of all kinds in the towns of Boston and Cambridge. At that time, about 40 glass factories existed in the United States, though most had few employees. Deming Jarves held one key advantage, which was that he held the American monopoly on. (lithage) which was essential for the production of fine lead glass. In 1826, however, Jarves left to found the. Boston and Sandwich Glass Company. Through the 1820s, the company exhibited at the. Award for “skill and ingenuity, ” and established agencies in New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore. The company took full advantage of the introduction of. And its business grew rapidly. Within 25 years, the glass industry was Cambridge’s top employer in 1845 and again in 1855, when two companies, New England and Bay State, each employed more than 500 people. Vaupel (1824 – 1903), who joined New England Glass in 1856, led its creation in the 1860s and 1870s of high-quality cut and engraved products, including very fine. The company flourished as one of America’s leading glass manufacturers through the Civil War, but the development of inexpensive. In 1877 the company’s directors withdrew from active participation, leasing the property to William Libbey, their agent since 1870. Libbey took over the company in 1878 and renamed it the New England Glass Works, Wm. Libbey & Sons Props. Moved the company to. In 1892, the name was changed to The Libbey Glass Company. And ultimately became part of. One of my hobbies is collecting Art Glass Paperweights. I’m a member of Midwest Paperweight Collectors Club as well as the Paperweight Collectors Association (PCA) which is our National Club. Please follow me so you won’t miss any of my fabulous items. Pictures are used as part of my descriptions. On your end to receive the item or items. ONLY if there is a Mistake in the description. If you receive your item and the box is damaged please keep that for. From the shipper should they need it back. Thank you very much. The item “MARVELOUS Antique NEGC DOUBLE LAYERED BLUE POINSETTIA Art Glass Paperweight” is in sale since Monday, May 22, 2017. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\Paperweights\Vintage”. The seller is “paperwtlady1″ and is located in Homewood, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Brand: Sandwich
  • Type: Vintage