Rose if you are having trouble with getting a link to start try this procedure........@ Thanks Ross:
Hopefully one of those will get the link into action and change :spls: to
Oh I can get to the link, no problem -- I just can't read the language (this English Speaking Girl )
and what else it says -- as it is not in English. That's all. So I can get to the link -- just not sure what the language is there........I tried to go to Babel to translate it, but that did not work.
.....and by the way, that link you found there is *worth* keeping, to be Bookmarked for those interested. I hope GMB will keep that link somewhere for a reference.@ Kev H and Lustrousstone:
I guess I just have a hard time thinking that some kind of info (or other examples) would not be on the Net. Sure, the Net is only as good as Info fed into it.....but because when I found this piece I had no idea what it said. But Thanks to the Internet and being able to read the first 8 letters or so of the Signature -- the Net help me to figure out the rest. Otherwise, if I could not have made out some letters....or even if I did .... without the Internet, I would have been still lost. Maybe I take it for granted that the Internet has *ALL* info.
Kinda Honored to have found this piece at the thrift store, and lucked out with it being an early piece. Maybe in time some more info will come to be now, or someone will be doing some research on it. One can only Hope :X:@ Alexander
-- Thanks there! You Did so good to recognize it as Sweden. You have Super Eyes
I have examples of possibly unique (in the sense of "the only one known so far") Scottish paperweights. The makers are very well known but it seems there is no other information publicly available about other weights like mine! It really does happen.
Just Wow !!