A John Ditchfield iridescent paperweight
which sold for PS220
will be on display in the fair along with other collectable items
"To think that a paperweight
, which probably cost about #4, could have caused 300,000 pounds worth of damage is just tragic.
Once out of the heat, Dean knocks the glass off the end of the bar and I have my very own paperweight
- except it is several hundred degrees too hot for me to put into my handbag and needs to cool down overnight in a specially-made oven.
In the early 1980s Caithness bought the Whitef riars Glass paperweight
business, and since 1983 have produced an annual series of limited edition Whitef riars paperweights
, preserving the millefiori tradition and introducing lamp work to some of the designs.
When my body falls apart, my space time-constrained life will no longer exist Similarly, the paperweight
will one day be crushed into dust.
"For all intents and purposes, it's a paperweight
eBay auctions are no longer just a place to find a marble egg paperweight
or a 1945 art deco vase.
Maybe that's why I have a small paperweight
on my desk that reminds me that reputations--and brands--are not built on what I am going to do!
Placed on my office desk today is a beautiful bronze paperweight
of my dad's that he kept on his office desk from Curtis.
He told me he would say, "Judge, she is a human paperweight
." I think I went into shock.
on Karen Katen's desk in New York City reads, "Who else needs to know?" The query is emblematic of her philosophy that knowledge is Pfizer's greatest asset.