Welcome to Hartman Trading Post. Antique Close Pack Concentric Millefiori Art Glass Paperweight with a central Rabbit / Bunny Cane. In good antique condition with scattered dome wear and a rough pontil on the base. Measures about 3″ in diameter and 1 3/4″ tall. Please see pictures for further description. Stand excluded; only used here for illustrative purposes. Please see below for return policies. These items are fully returnable within 30 days. Pictures are part of the description. In this event the items need to be received back no later than 30 days from your receipt of them AND.
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Antique Baccarat Pansy glass paperweight. 2 large deep purple top petals with 3 smaller yellow petals tipped w/purple. White complex center cane w/red center. Green stem w/4 leaves (not 3) on top of flower and 4 leaves and one bud below the flower to the left and 3 to the right of stem. Assumed to have been made in early 1900′s time period. Approx size is 3×2. Paperweight has small internal bubbles, etc as made and is in good used condition for it’s age with no cracks or chips or flea-bites. Please refer to photos.
Antique 1890′s Glass Paperweight RARE Albert Graeser Woodmen of the World Roses. Portrait and advertising paperweights were dome glass paperweights first made in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania using a process patented in 1882 by William H. The portrait paperweights contained pictures of ordinary people reproduced on a milk glass. Disk and encased within clear glass. This same process was also used to produce paperweights with the owner’s name encased or an advertisement of a business or product. Graeser patented a different process for making advertising paperweights in 1892. The Graeser process involved sealing an image to the underside of a rectangular glass blank. Using a milk glass or enamel-like glaze. Many paperweights of the late 19th century are marked either J. Abrams or Barnes and Abrams and may list either the 1882 Maxwell or 1892 Graeser patent date. The W OF W organization was founded in 1890 in Omaha, Nebraska. By Joseph Cullen Root. Root founded Modern Woodmen of America. (MWA) in Lyons, Iowa. In 1883, after hearing a sermon about “pioneer woodsmen clearing away the forest to provide for their families”. Taking his own surname to heart, he wanted to start a society that “would clear away problems of financial security for its members”. After internal dissension within the MWA, Root was ejected from the organization that he had founded. When moving to Omaha, Root decided to start again with a new group he called the Modern Woodmen of the World. He soon dropped the “Modern”, and the organization became “Woodmen of the World”. Please view all photos for further details and description, Photos are a very important part of the description. Please use the zoom function for small details. Many more items listed regularly!! Please visit our store. Stuff That Was Made To Last. Thank you for stopping by and taking a look and for Supporting our Small Business! The item you saw TODAY. And want to think about TONIGHT. To the people who saw it YESTERDAY. And thought about it LAST NIGHT!
Hello, for sale is a beautiful and very rare antique ca. Made by Chenée Glassworks factory. Condition: no chips or cracks; excellent. Please, be sure to view all photos carefully as they are included as part of the item description. All my items are as described, all authentic and original collectable items. They are described the best way I can. All questions will be answered on time depending on the time-zone differences. Package will be securely wrapped to prevent any damage. If needed in double box. Do not worry to contact me if you need assistance in any situation. Will do my best to satisfy my customers.
IVE BEEN TOLD THIS IS MORE THAN LIKELY A MILLVILLE PAPERWEIGHT. BUT IM NOT 100% SURE. ITS A BEAUTIFUL PIECE. HAS TYPICAL FLAWS FROM PRODUCTION. AND WHAT IVE READ AS WELL THAT THEY WERE NOT ALWAYS PERFECTLY STRAIGHT. AS YOU CAN SEE IT LOOKS VERY GOOD. ITS LESS THAN 4 TALL. IT LOOKS TO BE ALL ONE SOLID PIECE. AS I SAID HAS THE FLAWS ASSOCIATED WITH OLD PAPERWEIGHTS.
Antique Clichy millefiori and roses chequer paperweight. Two concentric rings of spaced millefiori, including ruffles and pastry molds, are loosely separated by white latticinio tubes. Three iconic green and pink roses appear in a spaced row at the center of the design. An underlying layer of parallel rows of latticinio supports the design.