Small Dichroic Glass Paperweights by the Glass Eye Studio


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Night Sky - Fireball Paperweights w/cut & polished front
Dichroic glass paperweight - Black
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Dichroic glass paperweight - Aventurine
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Dichroic glass paperweight - Bonfire
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$65. SOLD  2.32" dia. $65. Add to shopping cart  2.29" dia. $65. Add to shopping cart  2.31" dia.
Dichroic glass paperweight - Starburst
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Dichroic glass paperweight - Twilight
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$65. SOLD  2.32" dia. $65. Add to shopping cart  2.34" dia.
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Dichroic glass paperweight - Tempest
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Dichroic glass paperweight, Purple Vortex
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Dichroic glass paperweight, Serpentine Teal
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$65. Add to shopping cart  2.33" dia. $65. Add to shopping cart  2.21" dia. $65. SOLD  2.29" dia.

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What are Fireballs?

Outer space is full of material left over from creation of our Solar System. When very large fragments encounter Earth's atmosphere, they create a spectacular light show. These very bright and colorful shooting stars, brighter than magnitude 4, are referred to as Fireballs. 98% of a Fireball's mass disintegrates while traveling at speeds of up to 70,000 mph. They usually stop burning well before reaching the Earth's surface.

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