March 2, 2008

Contemporary Sulphides by Jim Davis

marbles, glass, sulphide, Jim Davis, contemporary, collectibleI met Jim Davis a few years ago at a marble show and he told me that he made just two of these train sets. My grandson Jacob is now the proud owner of this set of 2" marbles.


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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The train looks amazing. How does the marble maker not melt or destory the toy train piece or any object inserted when the marble is made?

Joan said...

A simple answer is the marble makers use high fire clay for the figurine. This is a good question though, so I'll explain more in an upcoming posting of a sulphide.

Anonymous said...

I have the Engine of this train in absolute MINT condition. What is the value?