We are the world's premier dealer of fine art glass paperweights
Caithness Glass “Pink Columbine” floral bouquet magnum faceted glass ...
Jim D'Onofrio "Bucking Pinto" brown and white horse compound paperweight.
Rare antique Saint Louis white encased faceted overlay upright bouquet ...
Gentile Glass “Pisces” frit zodiac symbol over bubble studded blue ground ...
Caithness Glass experimental three pink cherry blossoms magnum faceted ...
Drew Ebelhare close packed millefiori glass paperweight.
Antique Clichy trefoil millefiori garland on green ground glass ...
Laser Light Interlocking Rings laser design block-shaped crystal ...
Gentile Glass Gemini frit zodiac symbol over bubble studded blue ground ...
Lundberg Studios 1995 starfish petite jewelry jar, by Daniel Salazar.
Caithness Glass Experimental daisies and vine etched faceted glass ...
Rick Ayotte “Wonders of the Night” owl pair magnum paperweight.
About L.H. Selman Ltd.
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About UsWelcome to The Paperweight Place! As the country's premier dealer in fine art glass paperweights and our mission is to promote the very best by exhibiting and selling the finest examples made.
What some might consider to be a simple desk accessory, has been locked in the treasure vaults of kings and collected by some of the world's most famous personalities. The origin of glass paperweights can be traced to France, around 1845, when glass factories such as Baccarat, Saint Louis, and Clichy were competing to create the world's finest crystal luxury items. Water sets, tableware, and desk accessories such as inkwells, led to the creation of presse-papiers.
These relatively affordable objets d'art were developed as elegant gift items, and exhibited to great acclaim in London's Great Exhibition of 1851. After that, the factories competed to outdo each other, creating intricate designs in grand presentation pieces which are highly sought after in today's market.
While we specialize in glass paperweights, we are also purveyors of other examples of fine art glass such as vases, sculptures and more!
If you don't see something here you like or want please send us a message and we may have it in stock but not yet on Ruby Lane. We are always getting in new inventory!