Glass Crystal Paperweights ‘Underwater Kingdom’
These Glass Crystal Paperweights are inspired by the underwater kingdom of Neptune himself.
This piece is made from the finest crystal that dazzles from a sunny window sill and glimmers brilliantly wherever it is put.
The stunning clarity of the crystal really makes this piece stand out.
Its surface is so well polished that there is no angle from which you can look at this piece without being captivated by its reflective light.
Hand-like strands of seaweed wave in the air, surrounded by a sumptuous collection of bubbles.
The bubbles are big and strong and dominate the glass paperweight with a potency that needs strong colours to balance out their strength.
These paperweights are quite unusual and the strong colours make them very eye-catching.
Although the piece is very modern, it has quite a retro feel to it with its 1950s mustard yellow base and the 70s blue.
The photos do not do justice to these superb glass crystal paperweights and they look a million times better in real life – seeing is believing!
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Glass Crystal Paperweights Artist
Remigijus is a highly regarded glass artist who has had his work exhibited all over the world.
His work is stylish and very modern with a wide and eclectic mix of pieces to suit all tastes.
From pretty glass ornaments to strong ultra modern almost masculine paperweights, he has created a wide array of styles.
Some of his glass crystal paperweights are unfathomable in their complexity and some of the contortions he makes the bubbles perform are truly mind-boggling.
Plus, his own crystal formula is a closely guarded secret and very fine it is too.
Each piece is hand-blown and signed by him and his work is highly collectible.
With over 30 years in the glass-making business, Remigijus Kriukas has set a very high standard in glass artistry.
His work is widely admired and he has garnered fans across many continents.