St Clair Glass Company was located in Elwood Indiana. Paperweight lamp parts have a vertical hole thru the center for making a lamp ($35 each). They sold over 1,000 paperweight lamp part seconds in 1968. Wrapped in 1946 newspapers, they were made during the life of the patriarch, Joe St Clair whose crimp rose paperweights are some of the most sought after. The collector who purchased them sold everything except these 45 pieces, and though they are seconds, they were seclected for size, quality and color. Quite a few of these are massive. I did not wash them before I photographed them, and they still look great. The pink color in some is antique Peachblow glass. The powderbox lids, like the lamp parts are unfinished on the bottom.