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Paperweight Vase #150

Paperweight Vase #150

By Lotton Glass Art

Regular price $750.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $750.00 USD
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Made in USA Handcrafted 

This vase features purple and yellow flowers, with green leaves embedded in the thick glass in different layers, adding to the sense of depth.

Each piece by Lotton Glass artists is unique, and signed on the bottom.

Product Details

  • Product type: Vase
  • Shipping Dimensions: 7.0 × 5.0 × 5.0 inches
    (17.8 × 12.7 × 12.7 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 5.87 lb (93.9 oz; 2663 g)
  • SKU010006765

About Lotton Glass Art

Lotton Glass

Lotton Glass is a third-generation family owned business based in Crete, Illinois. Founded in 1970 by Charles Lotton (1935 - 2021), the studio is now operated by his sons David and Daniel, grandson Robert Lagestee, and studio artist Scott Bayless.

The chemistry of Lotton Glass is unique.  Lotton Art Glass is one of the very few studios in the world to start with elements of the earth like sand, soda ash, lime, borax, zinc and metals resulting in some of the most breathtaking colors that you will ever see. 

Shipping & Pickup

Due to the delicate nature of this item, we take extra care in packaging for shipping. Shipping costs for this item are slightly higher than our normal rates due to the extra packing material required. 

If you prefer, you may choose free Local Pickup at checkout instead of Shipping.

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Thank You for your Support

Your purchase supports the mission and programs of the Chrysler Museum of Art (including the Perry Glass Studio, and the Moses Myers House). We couldn't do what we do without you. Thank you.

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