The last weight in 2012 - I bought it right before Christmas- is a "Lily of the Valley" weight and it resists to attribution, I bothered a couple of colleagues already and found out, that there are some similar examples in their collections out there:
ca. 5 in Germany, one in Austria, and one in France, finally two in the USA.
To prevent any influence to your suggestions, I leave all the known discussion results out and
add pictures and metric data for your consideration...
I have put this topic here, because it is not really an unresolved case - just a search for more examples and ideas!
Measures: 2,6 in diameter, 1,8 in high, SG 2,61, UV long wave shows a clear pink.
The SG of 2,61 refers to the actual measure result, and will be more towards 2,7 owed to the numerous bubbles...
To give an idea of shape and size, the weight in question is shown paired up with a
nice little Perthshire PP2, before 1978, - this decision is random choice !! Questions: Are there weights like this in your collection?
Where did you find them?
Any idea how old and where they are from?
I would like to ask the Glass Message Community
for further reports and comments and any ideas for attribution.
New results will be eventually published in the Paperweight Collectors Circle News and -depending on what will occur, in the PCA Bulletin...
Thanks and kind regards from Austria, Erhard