It does change colors when the light hits it from. Paperweight measures approximately 2 3/4" Diameter by 1 5/8" Tall. Please read the fascinating Short History below of the renowned Orient & Flume Glass Company.
No Collection is truly complete with out an Orient & Flume Work of Art. If you were looking for one of thier pieces that are in Excellent Condition (and at a reasonable price) to add to your Fine Collection, Look No More! There is negligible shelf wear and I consider this Lovely Work of Art to be in Excellent Over All Original Vintage Condition.Please check pictures for further description. The Stand is not part of this sale and is only used here for illustrative purposes.
I will Consider any Reasonable Offers. On this Wonderful Work of Art and Thank You for Looking. Please do not miss my many other lovely Art Glass Paperweight Auctions by various Well Known and Famous Artists.
If your interested in several pieces ask me about my Volume Discount Offers. In the early 1800's, Chico was an important center for gold mining, railroad construction and ranching.By the late 1800's, Chico had grown into a charming Victorian community. The quaint atmosphere soon created one of the most distinctive valley towns in California. About 1893, one characteristic home with a carriage house was built in the historic Oriental section of town. Located between Orient Street and Flume Street, this site was destined to play an important role in the story Orient & Flume. Early work of the studio was directed toward recreating the silver-luster of iridescent glass of such turn-of-the-century artists as Tiffany, Steuben, and Loetz.
In time, this led to their current creations of intricate, three-dimensional design's encased in clear glass. By 1973 the carriage house proved to be too small for a rapidly growing business and was relocated to 2161 Park Avenue. The work of Orient & Flume can be found in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum, the Smithsonian Museum, the Chicago Art Institute, the Chrysler Museum, the Corning Glass Museum and fine stores and galleries throughout the world.
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Pictures are used as part of my descriptions. ONLY if there is a Mistake in the description. If you receive your item and the box is damaged please keep that for. From the shipper should they need it back. The item "A Great Vintage SIGNED 1975 ORIENT & FLUME PULLED FEATHER Art Glass Paperweight" is in sale since Wednesday, August 8, 2018.
This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\Paperweights". The seller is "paperwtlady1" and is located in Hamilton, Indiana. This item can be shipped to United States.