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Perthshire or Whitefriars Ink Bottle? ID = Degenhart, Crystal Art Company, Ohio

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The only things ive found close to this type of paperweight have been described as whitefriars or perthshire type ink bottle paperweights id love to know when or where these might have been made. This one is very heavy has lots of colour and is 8" tall the stopper has been busted in too at some time and restuck i guess it was sentimental the inside says william too mother with some floral sprays. Any information would be lovely.Thanks for looking.

Neither of the above.... can you add more views, stopper on its own, base at angle, base square on top down... anything that shows more detail. close up of break on stopper too

Hope these are a little bit more clear showing a better representation of the piece.

more pictures

I have not seen a bottle like it.

But from the decorative motifs and techniques I would say this is most likely mainland Europe, first part of 20th century, and might be from Lauscha, Thuringia. Another possibility, but perhaps less likely, is Val St Lambert, Belgium.


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