A paperweight that my mother gave me; it is made of dark blue glass and is in the shape of a heart.
All of the work that comes with being an escort, and all of its attendant horrors, for this… paperweight?
The corner of the letter was still peeping from under the paperweight, but he didn't even move to cover it.
Then going to the desk, he took a paper from under the paperweight.
Derry's hand lay on it, a "paperweight" that did not move itself off at Blair's motion.
You shrank it down and put it in a glass globe, in a paperweight.
A paperweight representing a ragged little dog and an entomological photograph of the common ant.
He put on his fez and tucked the paperweight inside his tunic.
"I will bring the medicine," replied the messenger, clutching at the paperweight which bulged under his tunic.
It is well that Mokorongo had the paperweight to support his courage.