Paperweights are always a fun way to decorate with. Not only that, there are a wide variety of colors and materials that they are made of. It could be glass, resin or even metal in pink, blue or a rainbow of colors. To top it off, there are as many companies and artists that have made a paperweight over the years.
One such paperweight is this terrific figural pig variety.
The terrific piece of pink with a crystal overlay glassware could also be considered a piece of art glass. You can see this paperweight in my Etsy shop here. Another fun item that you can use as a paperweight is this gnome that is by Tom Clark.
The paperweight is dated 1985 and is also titled CHICK. What I like is that Tom Clark includes a penny somewhere on every one of his gnome designs–I love trying to see where they end up (this one has the penny on the left side near the bottom). You can see this terrific paperweight in my Etsy shop here.
One of the different companies that has made a paperweight is Fenton. The Fenton glass company has made quite a few of them, and one of the designs that they made is a duck like this one.
This duck was made in the 1970’s, and it also has a hand painted face and floral scene on the back. You can see this great item in my Etsy shop here.
As a matter of fact, you can see all the different varieties of paperweights in my Etsy shop here. Head on over and check them out!