Trabucco, Victor – Paperweight quote

Trabucco magnum pedestal paperweight. Bouquet magnum paperweight, pink rose, 2 red flower blossoms & bud, six blueberries and two pink buds with green leaves and stems, bouquet rests on an upset muslin ground. Multi-side facets on a clear pedestal foot. Signed in script "Trabucco 2001" on the underside

p4A ItemID E8975621
Trabucco fruit and flower bouquet paperweight. Bouquet consists of two red raspberries, 4 blueberries, pink rose and 4 white miniature blossoms with green leaves and stems. The entire design rests on a white lace ground and is signed in script "Trabucco 1997"

p4A ItemID E8975613
Early Victor Trabucco floral paperweight. A five petal pink flower blossom with two buds, green leaves and stem is signed on the underside with a "T" signature cane

p4A ItemID E8967946
A Victor Trabucco glass paperweight with a strawberry and white flowers, signed, dated 1981

p4A ItemID E8900908

Victor Trabucco

“Some of his newer pieces are magnum-size pieces, four and five inches in diameter. The flowers in these pieces, which were inspired by Mount Washington and Pantin paperweights that Trabucco has studied, appear extremely full and three dimensional because of the added crystal, which magnifies the subject within the weight. He has also incorporated a satiny effect in the petals of his roses. The type of glass used and the way it is handled shades the petals, giving them a very soft and delicate look. “The Art of the Paperweight”.


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