Halo Glass Paperweights
These Halo Glass Paperweights have a central core of deep purple.
The bubbles have been magnetically drawn to the edges of the core to create a frosted look.
At the centre, the pawn-like core has a blown halo around it which is a very difficult procedure.
These delightful glass paperweights are the very last ones produced by Adam Jablonski before he closed his studio and retired.
After we sell these final pieces of Jablonski Glass we will be closing our Jablonski section down. Although there are some glass dealers who are holding on to a few pieces of Jablonski, by the time they sell them the prices will be extremely high and so we will not be obtaining any more.
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About The Artist
You may never have heard of Wilczkowice, Poland, but if you know anything about glass art, you will most certainly have heard of its most famous son, Adam Jablonski. From 1952 until his retirement in 2010, Jablonski changed the way in which glass art as viewed, which he did by creating new techniques that allowed for pieces of art to be created that were unlike anything ever seen before.
The techniques that Jablonski invented created glass that had astonishing reflective qualities, as well as colors that had never before been seen in glass. It was those innovations that helped Jablonski receive recognition at home and all across the world, where his work is now regularly on display in world famous galleries.
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