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The concentric pattern includes a colorful array of twenty-five complex canes, including rod bundles, star, cog and pastry mold canes in purple, pink, green, aquamarine blue and white, in three concentric rings which are divided by short segments of white latticinio. over parallel strips of white latticinio. The design rests on an unusual white swirling stave basket.

Diameter: 3 1/8".

Condition: Extremely minor surface wear.

Circa: Classic Period (1850 - 1865)

Provenance: Joseph W. Hutt Collection.

Price Guide: Fall 2011 Paperweight Price Guide
L. H. Selman, Ltd.
The Glass Gallery.

Estimate: $ 2,250.00 - $3,000.00.

This was probably an estimate from the bottom reached of the market for paperweights. We are very confident that our price is a fair market value., especially with such a fine provenance.

This is another excellent choice for the serious collector.

Item ID: A5415


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