I admit to not being an expert on these paperweights. I found 2 of them in all my years of roaming around. Once you see one you will know what they are. Based on my reading the Miller Glass book says they were made somewhere in the 1900-1920 range. This Particular paperweight I found at an antique shop about 12 years ago. It has been very much at the center of my display cabinet ever since. As far as paperweights go this is pretty stunning. First off it is really big towering over all the others. Second, the color combination is really nice. It has one large center flower with 3 smaller flowers below. Color is hot pink. Below that is a bright yellow what I would call sort of a pulled feather design and in the center of that is a column of multicolored frit. The weight has been faceted with a total of 24 panels. Size measures 6.3 inches tall. 2.8 inches across. In terms of condition I am rating this as excellent condition, nearly flawless. The bottom edge has what I would call a speck of a nick. I thought about not mentioning at all as it is so insignificant really the only reason I would not use the term "as new condition" You will not be disappointed.
I have been
collecting Art Glass for about 20 years. I used to live next to a large
flea market and a couple big antique malls. So I would pick things up
whenever I saw something that fit the collection or I thought was a good
deal. I sold about 50 paperweights last summer and I am getting pushed
to sell the rest as I am relocating. Please check out my ebay store as I
will be putting things up all summer. Thanks