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Saint Louis antique

  • Saint Louis antique
  • Uncommon antique Saint Louis pair of plums on a branch paperweight.
  • antique
  • SL1476KK
  • $3,750

  • Uncommon antique Saint Louis pair of plums on a branch paperweight. Two large purple plums ripen on thin yellow stems, hanging from a slender golden branch, with twigs and serrated green leaves. Clear, diamond-cut ground. “One of the less common St. Louis fruit weights” and only rarely seen additionally from Boston & Sandwich Glass Company and Pantin. —The Dictionary of Glass Paperweights, page 257. From the C. Frank Kireker Collection. Diameter 3 1/16”
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis scrambled millefiori wafer stand.
  • Antique
  • SL1488
  • $2,700

  • Antique Saint Louis scrambled millefiori wafer stand. The piece has a clear shallow bowl, with a pink and white twist torsade around the scalloped rim. The paperweight-shaped base contains whole and partial complex canes, filigree, and white latticinio. Diameter 2 13/16", Height 3 1/16" Very minor surface wear.
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis millefiori nosegay with garland on upset muslin paperweight.
  • Antique
  • SL1867BE
  • $2,250

  • Antique Saint Louis millefiori nosegay with garland on upset muslin paperweight. The nosegay, with four millefiori flowers in white, blue, coral and apricot, grows from two bright green stems and is surrounded by five green leaves, then encircled by a millefiori garland composed of alternating coral and blue complex canes. The design rests on a bed of delicate white upset muslin. Provenance: The Anthony and Priscilla Beadell collection. Diameter 2 7/8".
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis nosegay on amber ground faceted paperweight.
  • Antique
  • SL1364BR
  • $1,875

  • Antique Saint Louis nosegay on amber ground faceted paperweight. Four diverse millefiori blossoms, one a Persian blue, one salmon-colored, one ruby and one white, are tucked into the center of five long, crenulated green leaves, trailing stems gathered to create a traditional Victorian nosegay, over translucent amber, diamond cut ground. Eight circular side facets and all-over, large honeycomb faceting to the top. Diameter 3 3/8".
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis looped millefiori garlands on cerulean blue ground paperweight.
  • Antique
  • SL1123JH
  • $1,575

  • Antique Saint Louis looped millefiori garlands on cerulean blue ground paperweight. An elaborate red, white and green cog cane, with a central blue floret, sits at the heart of the design, which is encircled by six alternating loops composed of white stardust and red bull’s-eye canes, as well as red and white complex canes. Opaque bright cerulean blue-colored ground. From the Joseph W. Hutt Collection. Minor surface wear. Diameter 3 1/16”.
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis pink, blue and white close concentric mushroom faceted paperweight.
  • Antique
  • SL1498MG
  • $1,400

  • Antique Saint Louis pink, blue and white close concentric mushroom faceted paperweight. A small concentric mushroom, whose design departs from a blue and white complex six point star cane, moves to a circle of chartreuse and then pink, white florets with blue six-point star cores framing the design and pulling downward to form the stem. Clear ground. Top facet and three tiers of round side facets. Slight chipping to facets. Diameter 2 13/16".
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis orange clematis on latticinio swirl paperweight.
  • antique
  • SL1493KK
  • $1,250

  • Antique Saint Louis orange clematis on latticinio swirl paperweight. A two-tiered single clematis blossom, with five orange petals striped in black around a purple match-head center and a second tier of five more petals, perches atop a long curving stem flanked by two large serrated green leaves and with a single smaller leaf protruding from behind the bloom. White double-swirl latticinio cushion. From the C. Frank Kireker Collection. Surface wear. Diameter 2 1/2".
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis fruit bouquet in a latticinio basket paperweight.
  • Antique
  • SL00.11
  • $1,000

  • Antique Saint Louis fruit bouquet in a latticinio basket paperweight. An informal arrangement of an apple and two pears in shades of chartreuse and blushed amber, three red cherries and a scattering of several green, serrated leaves, rests on a double-swirl white latticinio basket. Bruise remnants to side. Diameter 2 15/16".
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis green and white jasper ground paperweight.
  • Antique
  • SL1390
  • $850

  • Antique Saint Louis green and white jasper ground paperweight. A green and white jasper ground, traces of ocher enriching the palette, is centered by a single large complex center cane of a white star ringed by blue stars, then white florets and finally red, white and blue six-point stars. Diameter 2 3/4".
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis posy with garland paperweight.
  • Antique
  • SL1870BE
  • $800

  • Antique Saint Louis posy with garland paperweight. Four millefiori complex canes of various design and color, including a pastry mold cane, arrow canes, a floret and cogs, nestle within four serrated green leaves, forming a traditional posy design with gathered stems. A garland of alternating white and chartreuse canes frames the motif which is encased in clear ground. See "The French Connection; The Improbable Paperweight Path" by Anthony D. Beadell. Diameter 2 5/8".
  • Saint Louis antique
  • Antique Saint Louis posy faceted paperweight.
  • Antique
  • SL1873BE
  • $700

  • Antique Saint Louis posy faceted paperweight. Four millefiori complex canes, in white, red, green and blue, display as four little flowers nestled within a gathering of serrated green leaves pulled into a traditional Victorian posy. Amber flash ground on the underside. Six large circular side facets and seven smaller circular facets framing a top facet. From the collection featured in "The French Connexion; The Improbable Paperweight Path", by Anthony D. Beadell - 2012 PCA Bulletin. Significant pitting to amber flash. Diameter 2 1/2".