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BID DATE:
07/14/2018 06:03 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
Hockey0909
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DESCRIPTION

(3) ART GLASS PAPERWEIGHTS

Age. Less than 20 years old
Composition. Glass
Size. See below
Rating: 9
Comments. The paperweights in this lot range in height from 3 " to 4 . It includes one that has yellow/blue and with four large air bubbles that look like hot air balloons. There is a green/clear glass Apple whose interior is covered in bubbles. We even have one made of clear glass which has red, white, blue glass in the center and a somewhat shape of a flower. All three are in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, could have some small scratches/flecks on the base and have some soiling. Give them cleaning and not only will they be papers down in good wind but will make nice decorative items or additions to your paperweight collection.

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