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The glass paperweights on this page were made on the Island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Most were made between 1960 and 2000.

Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1960s.

If you would like to purchase any of these paperweights, e-mail me at: aport@paperweights.com
 
 
4637
Small Colorful Murano Fratelli Toso Style Egg Shaped Ribbon Cane Paperweight.   circa 1960-1980.  Colorful egg shaped paperweight consisting of vertical multi-colored canes arranged like a ribbon.  It has a shiny finish.  A fun paperweight.

The technique used to produce this surface is sometimes called a cane roll-up.  The Murano firms of Fratelli Toso and Barovier & Toso produced objects with this technique, but the paperweight is unsigned and can only be said to be in the style of Fratelli Toso. 

This paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1960s. 

Small Size:  Just under 1 7/8" diameter by 2 15/16" high. The bottom is ground flat. 
Condition:   Excellent condition. No scratches, chips, or cracks. 
Signature:  Unsigned but I guarantee that this was made on the island of Murano.  It was made in a style pioneered by Fratelli Toso. 

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$95 postage paid in the US. 

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3953 Small Murano Spaced Millefiori Paperweight with Five Large Complex Canes.   circa 1960-1980.  Colorful millefiori paperweight with a spaced millefiori design consisting of five identical large pink canes with multi-colored centers.   There is an opaque lilac colored ground.  An interesting design.  This could also be called an open concentric arrangement. 

This paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1960s. 

Small Size:  2 1/8" diameter by 1 7/8" high. The bottom is ground flat. 
Condition:   Excellent condition. No cracks, chips, or scratches found on inspection, with the exception of age-appropriate wear on the base. 
Signature:  Unsigned but I guarantee that this was made on the island of Murano. 

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$39 postage paid in the US. 

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2499 Large Murano Three Row Close Concentric Millefiori Paperweight with Complex Canes.   circa 1970.  Colorful millefiori three row close concentric with complex millefiori canes.  The primary colors are brown, white, green and red.  The ground is clear glass, although the glass in this paperweight has a slight green tinge. 

This paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1960s. 

Large Size:  Just over 2 3/4" diameter by 2 1/2" high.  The bottom is ground concave (unusual for a Murano paperweight). 
Condition:   Very good  condition.  On inspection I found some tiny scratches on the side, to small to photograph. 
Signature:  Unsigned but I guarantee that this was made on the island of Murano. 

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$65 postage paid in the US. 

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4212 AVEM Murano Scrambled Millefiori Paperweight with label.   circa 1950-1960.  Wonderful large scrambled millefiori paperweight filled with multiple layers of glass ribbon twists and latticinio.  The glass ribbon twists are edged with gold aventurine.  There are all shades of yellow, green, red, blue and white.  It is large and heavy.  It has the remnants of a Murano label on the base.  This is a truly wonderful paperweight. 

A.V.E.M. or Arte Vetraria Muranese was founded on the Island of Murano in Venice, Italy in 1932.  For more details see pages 48 & 49 of the book Fifties Glass by Leslie Pina.  The paperweights on page 49 are similar to this paperweight.

Large Size:  Just over 2 3/4" diameter by 2 1/2" high.   The base has been ground flat. 
Condition:   Excellent condition.  Some wear on the base. 
Signature:  This paperweight has a Murano import label.  I believe this paperweight was made at the AVEM factory on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy. 

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$75 postage paid in the US. 

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2250 Rare Magnum AVEM Murano Scrambled Millefiori Doorstop or Paperweight.   circa 1950-1960.  Wonderful huge paperweight filled with multiple layers of glass ribbon twists and latticinio.  The glass ribbon twists are edged with gold aventurine.  There are all shades of green, red, blue and white.  It is very large and heavy.  This is a truly wonderful paperweight. 

A.V.E.M. or Arte Vetraria Muranese was founded on the Island of Murano in Venice, Italy in 1932.  For more details see pages 48 & 49 of the book Fifties Glass by Leslie Pina.  The figural paperweights on page 49 are similar in construction.

Very Large Size:  Approximately 3 3/4" diameter by 2 1/2" high.  The paperweight weighs almost three pounds. The base has been ground flat.  This paperweight has a low profile.
Condition:  Very good to Excellent Condition.  Some wear on the base.  There are some tiny scratches and nicks on the body, but no other flaws that I could find.  No chips or cracks.  The surface is smooth but slightly irregular, as if shaped by hand due to its size. 
Signature:  Unsigned, but I believe this paperweight was made at the AVEM factory on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.

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$225 postage paid in the US. 

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4359 Large Murano Close Concentric Millefiori Paperweight.   circa 1970.  This paperweight has a concentric pattern of millefiori arranged in three concentric circle around a central millefiori cane.  There is an outer ring of blue and white canes, a middle ring of orange canes, and an inner ring of white canes.  This close packed design is over a white frit ground.  A attractive paperweight that displays beautifully.

Large Size:   3 1/8" diameter by 2 1/2" high.  The base is ground flat. 
Condition:  Fair Condition.  There are many tiny abrasions or bruises surface of the paperweight as shown in the picture, but the paperweight displays beautifully. Priced accordingly.
Signature:  Unsigned, but I guarantee that this paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy, probably by Fratelli Toso.
Execution:  The design is tilted within the paperweight. 

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$49 postage paid in the US. 

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4217 Mazzega IVR Murano Red Flower Paperweight with label.   circa 1950 -1970.  This paperweight features a red-orange lampwork five petal flower placed over a blue flowerpot ground.  The flower has a controlled bubble placed between each petal and a larger bubble in the center.  The petals are striped and textured and show variation in color.  The flowerpot ground has controlled bubbles on its surface.  An interesting paperweight with a relatively rare label.  The construction and finish are somewhat crude with roughness and ridges in the surface.  It may have been an experimental piece.  The paperweight has an early Mazzega IVR label. 

One of the interesting features of this paperweight is use of lampwork and the placement of bubbles between petals.  This is in contrast to icepick flowers which usually have a bubble at the tip of each petal. 

This paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1950s.

Mazzega I.V.R. (Industrie Vetrarie Riunite) had a long history in Murano.  Romano Mazzega opened his glassworks in 1923 and later sold it to Aureliano Toso in 1937.   He then founded Fratelli Mazzega in 1938 with his brother Gino and sister Maria Mazzega.  The firm reorganized under the name Mazzega IVR in 1950.  Starting in 1954 the firm began a three year collaboration with Centro Studio Pittori nell'Arte del Vetro di Murano (Fucina degli Angeli) to produce works designed by Marc Chagall, Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, Gio Ponti and Jean Cocteau.  They continued to be associated with many famous artists and glass blowers until the firm closed in 1983. 

Large Size:   2 13/16" diameter by 1 3/4" high.  The base is ground flat.  The top is almost flat. 
Condition:  Very Good Condition.  No cracks or chips, but there is some roughness and ridges on the surface.  The construction and finish are somewhat crude.  There is some wear on the base. 
Signature:  This paperweight has a paper label that reads "MAZZEGA I.V.R. FC FS 1600".  I believe the label is authentic.  I don't know when the paperweight was made, but the label predates the foil labels used later at Mazzega. 

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$79 postage paid in the US. 

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2395 Murano Zanfirico Footed Candy Dish Possibly by Fratelli Toso. circa 1950-70.  This footed Murano dish or bowl consists of canes of clear glass and white zanfirico netting alternating with pink twisted ribbons edged with gold aventurine.  The stripes radiate from the center of the dish.  The top edges are pinched with tool marks remaining.  The clear foot has many fine bubbles in it.  Although not a paperweight, this dish is made using the same techniques found in some paperweights.  It is unsigned.  Possibly made by Fratelli Toso. 

The dish is unsigned.  I found other similar examples on the internet identified as made by Fratelli Toso, but it is also possible that a different skilled Murano maker created this item.

This dish was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  Venetian glass is regarded by many as the most advanced form of art glass.  A similar dish is shown on page 19 of the book Fifties Glass by Leslie Piña. 

Size:    4 1/2" diameter at the widest point by 2 11/16" high.  The foot is 2 1/4" diameter.  The pontil mark on the foot is unfinished. 
Signature:  Unsigned but I guarantee it was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy. 
Condition:  Excellent condition. 

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$95 postage paid in the US. 

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4230 Large Murano Trumpet Flower Paperweight with Label.   Circa 1970.  Murano trumpet or icepick flower paperweight with five blossoms.  Each flower is made from a turquoise and white millefiori slice that has been pushed down to the gold aventurine cushion ground.  There is a planned bubble in the center of each flower.  This paperweight has its original foil label identifying the importer "GOLDEN CROWN E&R ITALY" with a picture of a crown.  The paperweight was probably made by Fratelli Toso.  A very nice example of this style of paperweight.

This style is also called an icepick flower because of the sharp tool used to push each flower down to the base.  In this case the tool is pushed through a millefiori glass slice.  Some authors call these morning glory flowers. 

E&R is the importer of this paperweight.  They were a major importer of ceramics, porcelain, and glassware from Europe from 1886 until 2002.  At one time they were the exclusive distributor for the Crystal Signature line of Swarovski figures.  The firm was originally founded as  Zeh, Ebeling & Reuss Co. by German emigrants Theodore Ebeling and Frederick Reuss who joined up with the owner of a glassware and china business, John E. F. Zeh.  The firm was renamed to Ebeling & Reuss Co. in 1900 and remained in business until at least 2002.  They were located in the Philadelphia area.  The trademark depicted in the label was registered with the US Patent Office in 1956. 

Large Size: 3 1/16" diameter by 2 1/2" high.  The bottom is ground flat.
Condition:  Very good condition.  There are minor scratches or abrasions on the dome and a few tiny chips at the edge of the base, but no significant chips or cracks or impact marks.  There is also appropriate wear on the base. 
Signature:  Unsigned, by I guarantee that this is a vintage paperweight from the Island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  It has the importer's label "GOLDEN CROWN E&R ITALY" with a picture of a crown.
Execution:  Execution is very good.  The design is well executed and balanced. 

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1616 Huge Murano Magnum Close Packed Concentric Millefiori Paperweight or Doorstop. circa 1930-70.  This is an unusually large Murano millefiori paperweight.  The millefiori canes are arranged in six concentric circles around the center cane.  There is an interesting variety of millefiori canes.  The glass is slightly yellow.  The canes are smudged on one side as shown in the pictures.  Really big.  It is 4 5/8" diameter by 3 5/8" high and weighs 4 pounds 4 oz.   A magnificent paperweight that will make an impression on your guests. 

This paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1960s. 

Huge Size:   4 5/8" diameter by 3 5/8" high.  The base is polished flat.  It weighs 4 pounds 4 oz. 
Signature:  Unsigned but I guarantee it was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.
Condition:  Very good condition with some scratches on the surface but no chips or cracks. 
Execution:  The glass is slightly yellow and the canes are smudged on one side. 

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$225 postage paid in the US. 

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Vintage Murano Concentric Paperweight with 1869 Date.   circa 1930-1960.  Vintage concentric design with pedestal base and fake 1869 date.  It has five rings of cog and floral canes around the 1869 date cane.  This is a hard to find example of an early Murano weight that was intended to fool collectors. 

A similar paperweight is shown in Figures 69 & 71, page 42 of Selman's first book Paperweights for Collectors

Size:   3" diameter by 3 1/8 high.  The bottom is fire finished. 
Condition:  Very good condition for its age.  It has one small nick on the top and a couple of minor scratches on the top, but no significant cracks or chips. 
Signature:  Unsigned, but I guarantee that this is a paperweight from the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.

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$195 postage paid in the US.

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4207 Large Murano Latticinio Swirl Crown Paperweight with KB Label.   circa 1970.  This paperweight is a good example of a Murano crown paperweight formed from 18 pink twists alternating between simple ribbon twists and latticinio twists.  The simple twists are edged with gold aventurine.  Underneath is a white ground.  Adding to the complexity, this paperweight has a swirl design.  A fun paperweight with good execution.  It has a blue and silver foil label from KB (Koscherak Brothers) stating that it is "An Original Creation by KB.  Made in Italy".

Technically a crown weight should have a crown millefiori or group of millefiori on top.  This weight does not.  Crown weights are considered by some to be the most exciting of all millefiori designs.  They are extremely difficult to make. 

This paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1960s.

Koscherak Brothers (KB) were importers of Murano glass and Italian pottery from the 1950s until the late 1970s .  At the time, they had a showroom at 225 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY.  Some writers have observed that most of the Italian Glass imported under the KB Label was made by Fratelli Toso, but others have noted that KB labels appear on other good Italian glass including Barovier-Toso, Seguso, and others.  KB is believed to have stopped importing Italian glass about 1977, but continued to exist in New York City until at least 1993.  They may still be in existence.

Large Size:   3" diameter by 2 3/8" high.  The base is ground flat. 
Condition:  Excellent Condition.  No cracks,  chips, or scratches with the exception of some scratches on the base.  There is some debris in the glass (shown in the pictures). 
Signature:  This paperweight has a foil label that reads "An Original Creation by KB.  Made in Italy".  Although I cannot identify the maker, I guarantee that this paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.

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$79 postage paid in the US.

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Large Murano Faceted Closepack Millefiori Paperweight.   circa 1960-1970.  A wonderful Murano faceted closepack millefiori paperweight.  The closepack millefiori design is over a gold or aventurine ground.  There are five side facets and a top facet.  The facets are flat.  Probably made in the 1960s by Fratelli Toso. A classic design. 

Large Size:  3" diameter by 2 3/8" high.  There are five side facets and a top facet.  The bottom is ground flat. 
Condition:  Very good condition.  It does, however, have a few scuffed areas between the facets at the widest point. 
Signature:  Unsigned, but I guarantee that this is a paperweight from the island of Murano in Venice, Italy. This was probably made in the 1960s by Fratelli Toso. 
Execution:  Excellent execution.  The design is balanced and well executed.  The design is well centered within the facets. 

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$125 postage paid in the US. 

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Medium Murano Millefiori Scramble Paperweight.   circa 1970.  Colorful millefiori scramble filled with colorful latticinio twists and gold colored aventurine.  Signed on the base with a transparent label "VETRO ARTISTICO MURANO."

Although many people collect scramble paperweights for their own merit, scrambles are also valuable tools for learning to identify the different colors and canes used by each factory. 

Medium Size:  2 5/8" diameter by 1 3/4" high. The bottom is ground flat. 
Condition:  Excellent condition.
Signature:  Signed on the base with a transparent label "VETRO ARTISTICO MURANO." 
Execution:  Excellent execution.  The design is balanced and well executed. 

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Medium Murano Footed Faceted Closepack Millefiori Paperweight.   circa 1970-1990.  A unusual Murano footed and faceted closepack millefiori paperweight.  The closepack millefiori design consists of a variety of millefiori canes including complex canes.  The design is on a gold or aventurine ground.  There are six side facets and a top facet.  The side facets are concave and the top facet is flat.  An unusual design as the addition of a foot is rare in Murano weights.  The foot is finished with a grid pattern.  A high quality paperweight. 

Large Size:  2 3/4" diameter by 1 3/4" high.  There are six concave side facets and a flat top facet.  The bottom is finished with a molded grid pattern. 
Condition:  Very good condition.  It does, however, a tiny chip on the edge of the foot (as shown in the picture below). 
Signature:  Unsigned, but I guarantee that this is a paperweight from the island of Murano in Venice, Italy. 
Execution:  Excellent execution.  The design is balanced and well executed.  The design is well centered within the facets. 

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$125 postage paid in the US. 

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4439 Magnum Murano Latticinio and Twist Crown Paperweight.   circa 1970.  Wonderful example of a Murano crown paperweight formed from 24 colorful twists alternating in color.  Every other twist is a white latticinio twist.  Alternating colors are blue, green, red,  pink, and yellow.  Some of the twists have gold aventurine edges.  A fun paperweight with brilliant colors. 

Technically a crown weight should have a crown millefiori or group of millefiori on top.  This weight does not.  Crown weights are considered by some to be the most exciting of all millefiori designs.  They are extremely difficult to make.  Pedestal crowns are the most desirable. 

This paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1960s. 

Very Large Size:  3 1/8" diameter by just over 2 3/4" high.  The base is ground flat. 
Condition:  Excellent condition.  No scratches, chips, or cracks found on inspection. 
Signature:  Unsigned, but I guarantee this is from the island of Murano circa 1970. 
Execution:  There are some bubbles in the paperweight and some debris in the latticinio. 

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4218 Magnum AVEM Murano Scrambled Millefiori Figural Apple Paperweight.   circa 1950-1960.  Wonderful large figural apple paperweight with stem and leaf filled with multiple layers of glass ribbon twists and latticinio.  The glass ribbon twists are edged with gold aventurine.  There are all shades of green, red, blue and white.  It is large and heavy.  This is a truly wonderful figural paperweight. 

A.V.E.M. or Arte Vetraria Muranese was founded on the Island of Murano in Venice, Italy in 1932.  For more details see pages 48 & 49 of the book Fifties Glass by Leslie Pina.  The figural paperweights on page 49 are similar to this paperweight.

Very Large Size:  Approximately 3 3/8" diameter by 3 1/4" high.  The paperweight weighs 28.1 ounces. The base has been ground flat. 
Condition:   Excellent condition.  Some wear on the base. 
Signature:  Unsigned, but I believe this paperweight was made at the AVEM factory on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy. 

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4667 Large Colorful Murano Millefiori Paperweight with Seven Large Flower Canes.   circa 1960-1980.  Colorful millefiori paperweight with a closepacked design consisting of seven identical large flower canes.   There is a clear ground.  An interesting design. 

This paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1960s. 

Large Size:  2 7/8" diameter by 1 15/16" high. The bottom is ground flat. 
Condition:   Very good condition. I found two areas with minor damage, both on the side.  There was a faint 1/8" impact mark (shown in one of the pictures) and a 3/16" rough area nearby.  There was also a tiny bit of extra glass (shown in the picture with the impact mark), but this is a manufacturing flaw not damage. 
Signature:  Unsigned but I guarantee that this was made on the island of Murano. 

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3946 Large Colorful Murano Millefiori Paperweight with Millefiori Butterfly.   circa 1960-1980.  Colorful millefiori paperweight with an unusual millefiori and lampwork butterfly and an outer garland of millefiori canes.  The ground is a translucent green.  An interesting design. 

Note:  This paperweight was difficult to photograph due to the high dome and transparent butterfly design. 

This paperweight was made on the island of Murano in Venice, Italy.  Venetian glass making dates back centuries and the Venetians are given credit for the earliest millefiori canes and paperweights in 1840s.  More recently, paperweight making was revived in the 1930s and again in the 1960s. 

Large Size:  Just over 3" diameter by 2 3/4" high. The bottom is ground flat. 
Condition:   Excellent condition.  There are some light scratches on the base.  No cracks or chips.  No scratches found on the dome. There are some bubbles in the glass.
Signature:  Unsigned but I guarantee that this was made on the island of Murano. 

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