Thanks, Alan. I had a feeling the colors in the scramble were a little Chinese-y. But there was just some vague feeling that kept telling me to buy it.
I'd seen weights like that in the third picture online several times. That is, of course, until yesterday when I went looking for one! Suddenly, I couldn't find any, anywhere.
I had initially gone to look at this guy's paperweights with the idea of picking up some to resell, but I really like the Perthshire weights. They're much smaller (particularly the individual canes) than I was expecting, though. My other weights are all modern, non-millefiori types, which seem to run around the 3-3½" size. Since there is rarely an item for size comparison in the photos online and in books, and the videos online are all of folks making the same types of weights I already had, I guess I was expecting the millefiori weights to be of similar size, with penciltip-eraser-sized canes. What a difference an inch of diameter makes!
Even if the last two are at the low end and only $10 each, that'd mean I got the 3 Perthshires and the 2 Bridgeton Studio (Buzzini and Ziegler-Phelps) for $26 each -- still a good deal it seems, but I can imagine how this can quickly become an expensive hobby!