Large Peter McDougall millefiori on muslin chequer paperweight : 78 mm / 3 1/16 inch diameter. Rare 4 strand version; signed, label.
Description: Superb, rare millefiori on muslin paperweight by the Scottish craftsman Peter McDougall. The detailed compound millefiori canes are set between four coloured strands in a chequer pattern, all on an'upset muslin' cushion. Most of his chequers have 2 or 3 strands - this is quite unusual (maybe a one-off) in having four strands (blue / turquoise/ gold aventurine / magenta). Concave polished base centred with small'PMCD' signature cane. Maker's label on the base.Size : diameter 3 1/16 inch / 78 mm; height 2 1/16 inch / 53 mm. Condition : very good; no chips, bruises, or scratches. Please remember this is not a brand new item - and so you may be able to find minuscule marks elsewhere if you search using a magnifying glass. USA and most other places.
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The seller is "rosismum" and is located in Martock. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.