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Spaceform Glass Paperweight - 'Grow Old With Me'

Product Description
Not everyone is lucky enough to meet the person they want to spend the rest of their lives with. 

Whether it was love at first sight as your eyes met over a pile of dissertation books in the university library, or the road to love took more of a rocky root, and he had to persuade you that he was the salt to your pepper. We think you can never be too romantic. 

This beautiful glass paperweight is the ultimate accessory to the love nest you share, or a stylish keepsake representing your commitment to each other. Reading 'Grow old with me... the best is yet to be' and surrounded by engraved vines and leaves, the design is finished off with a burst of colour in the form of a small red love heart at the bottom. 

Give this delightful paperweight to your loved one so they can spruce up an uninspiring office desk or room that's in need of an injection of personality. 

About Spaceform

Spaceform is a creative glass company, designing and creating beautiful glass products from tokens to photo frames. Founded by Christina Greenhalgh and Jane Gibbery, after graduating from art college in 1993, they decided to set up a cold working glass workshop, and Spaceform was born. Their aim was to create unusual and thoughtful glass gifts for a range of occasions. Specialising in layering sheets of glass, blasting organic imagery and painting on to glass, the team got their big break in 1995 when they won a commission to appear in a Harvey Nichols window display, and have since gone from strength to strength. 

Going solo in 2008, Christina continues the legacy of “acknowledging one another with a thoughtful gift that makes everything worthwhile.” Based in Battersea, London, each gift is handmade in the studio alongside their residing border collie, Holly.

Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 4cm
Customer Reviews (1)

100% would recommend this to a friend

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Just what I wanted
This was for my husband on our 25th wedding anniversary and the sentiment was just how I felt. Looking forward brings its own message of how I felt, without being labelled 'soppy' by my other half!!
By Lind65 from Stoke on trent
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