I've seen a lot of the old resin paperweights from the 1970s era in my travels. There was a resin company that used to advertise a free mold when you purchased 1 gallon of resin, and people would cast their own decorative items into the weights. This piece particularly struck me when I found it. It is a tall and narrow, rounded weight with a flat top. Encased inside is a dainty bouquet of flowers in pink, purple and white. Atop one of the flowers sits a delicate little butterfly.
This piece measures 3" tall and 2" in diameter. It does have a small bruise at the top where it's banged against something over the years, but no resin is missing. It would make a wonderful addition to a collection.
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