Saint Louis 1970 Millefiori Mushroom Paperweight
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Sold Date: 05/30/2008
Channel: Online Auction
Saint Louis 1970 faceted overlay concentric millefiori mushroom paperweight. The mushroom has a central signature/date cane, encircled by several concentric rings of assorted complex canes, over a tapered stem. Red, blue, pistachio or white overlay, with five and one facets. Limited edition of 400. Diameter 3".
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Click to see our other auctions. Wewill combine shipping if possible for multiple wins. Paperweights willbe shipped FedEx 3Day for $15.00 for the first paperweight, and $5.00 for each additional. Please wait for your invoice from paypal before paying for multiple wins. We will make every effort to reduce your shipping w possible. International bidders pay $35.00 for the first paperweight, and $10.00 for each additional paperweight, shipped via Airmail. California residents pay 7.25% sales tax. Most wins will be shipped the business day after payment is received. Contact us with questions or .âeoeAmong the various collections of art objects which I possess, it is the paperweights which have brought me the most pleasure.âe
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