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Author Topic: Mesmerising weight  (Read 510 times)

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Offline Gilead

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Mesmerising weight
« on: April 28, 2009, 06:59:10 PM »
Hi
   I have just received this Paperweight and find it very mesmerising to look at but i do not have a clue about it what so ever, i bought it because the beauty and quality and so pleasingto the eye.

I wam hoping some of the more experenced weight colletors may know of it's origin the controlled bubble inside seem to form a dome shape, which are set inside the sweeping g white and green type arches, the hight is 3.1/4" and the width is 3.3/4" and it weighs a nice 1kg .028g base is flat and polished to perfection spot on level. this weight is so clear, any help is most appreciated.
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                                                              Steve.

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