Blackberry Tetrahedron

Ken Rosenfeld (American, b.1950), in collaboration with Denali Crystalc.2003

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass

Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass
Neenah, Wisconsin, United States

This faceted glass paperweight sculpture features flameworked blackberries and flowers. Each petal, leaf and berry was created individually and later assembled into the arrangement 'captured' here in glass. Ken Rosenfeld likens his lampworked paperweights to photographs, with each delicate arrangement encapsulated in glass, "forever sealed in its own little world."


  • Title: Blackberry Tetrahedron
  • Creator: Ken Rosenfeld (American, b.1950), in collaboration with Denali Crystal
  • Date: c.2003
  • Physical Dimensions: w8.9 x h21.6 cm
  • Type: Paperweight Sculpture
  • External Link: Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass
  • Medium: Flameworked glass and laminated coldworked crystal, with mirrored base
  • Object ID: PW 2012.9.2327
  • Credit Line: Gift of Gerald Silverstein

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