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of the glass of Frederick Carder   


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The Official Site of the Carder Steuben Club

WELCOME TO THE CARDER STEUBEN CLUB WEBSITE. Our site contains a Shape Gallery - an important and major source of research information about Frederick Carder and Carder Steuben glass. Click the "Shape Gallery" link at left to explore the database of Carder Steuben glass and line drawings. We also offer a fully searchable archive of our Gazelle Gazette Newsletter.

BECOME A MEMBER: Please become a member of the Carder Steuben Club. Not only will you support our efforts to promote the glass of Frederick Carder but you will enjoy the camaraderie, fellowship and mentorship of other Carder Steuben enthusiasts, experts and dealers. Your annual membership dues ($35/individual or $55/couple) allow us to maintain and improve this web site, host an annual Symposium (which includes a specialty Carder Steuben auction), publish a newsletter and support the efforts of other organizations promoting Carder Steuben. As a member, you will receive a discounted registration fee to our annual Symposium on the glass of Frederick Carder, an automatic subscription to the Gazelle Gazette, our email newsletter, and an annual membership directory. In addition, annual membership in the Carder Steuben Club also includes an annual general membership to the Corning Museum of Glass (www.cmog.org). Museum member benefits include free admission to the Museum, a subscription to the member magazine, and a 15% discount in the Museum's GlassMarket, restaurants and Annual Seminar on Glass. To join the Carder Steuben Club, click here.

SUBSCRIBE TO THE CLUB NEWSLETTER: The Carder Steuben Club publishes a newsletter, the Gazelle Gazette, which we distribute through email to members and non-members. Past copies of the Gazelle Gazette can be read by clicking the Gazelle Gazette link at left. If you would like to subscribe to the Gazelle Gazette, click here and send your email address to the editor.

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Recent Gazelle Gazette
Newsletter Postings
Like The Lamp of Aladdin
Number 2825 dated 10/27/17

Great Research By Scott Hansen There is a little more to the story from Janice Boyd in yesterday's Gazette. On the Club websi... (more)
From Perfume Bottle Quarterly
Number 2824 dated 10/26/17

An American Beauty by Janice Boyd When we think of brule parfums or perfume burners, the word FRENCH usually comes ... (more)
How To End A Symposium?
Number 2823 dated 10/25/17

Ans. Have an elegant dinner at Corning, Inc. Headquarters. Then after a sumptuous dinner have a glass auction. ... (more)
A Hidden Gem
Number 2822 dated 10/24/17

The Forsyth Galleries at Texas A&M University at College Station, TX Amanda Dyer, Assistant Director <... (more)
Janet Ziffer's Presentation "Gold (and Blue) By Any Other Name - Final
Number 2821 dated 10/23/17

Blue Aurene melon ribbed bottle with a wide-spread neck collar and a flame stopper, 5.5 in height. The gold Aurene bottle has a J... (more)
Janet Ziffer's Presentation "Gold (and Blue) By Any Other Name - Part 5
Number 2820 dated 10/20/17

A set of 3 Steven Lundberg perfumes with flame stoppers in varying sizes, with gold iridescent feather patterns. Steuben ... (more)
Janet Ziffer's Presentation "Gold (and Blue) By Any Other Name - Part 4
Number 2819 dated 10/19/17

Shades were produced by every American glass maker of the early 20thCentury. Most popular were the ones with green feathering, but... (more)
Steuben Glass Workers in Action
Number 2818 dated 10/18/17

In 1958, photographer Constance Stuart Larrabee came to Corning, N.Y., to photograph Steuben glass workers in action. Larrabee was... (more)
Janet Ziffer's Presentation "Gold (and Blue) By Any Other Name - Part 3
Number 2817 dated 10/17/17

Steuben Vase Shape #3273 as a lamp: The vase blue Aurene vase base is 14.75 h and the full lamp 25 h. Most of the examples of ... (more)
Gold (and Blue) By Any Other Name - Part 2
Number 2816 dated 11/16/17

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Club News
and Events
Carder Steuben Club 2017 Symposium
The Carder Steuben Club Symposium co-hosted by the Corning Museum of Glass will be held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday Se... (more)


The Legacy of Frederick Carder
The Corning Museum of Glass Website has an article about Frederick Carder's life and work. Clicking the link below will take you t... (more)



Shape Gallery
Teasers

View these 4 items and 12412 more in the
Shape Gallery. Click a photo below to go to that item.



Carder Steuben Vase - 535
535 Vase


Carder Steuben Vase - 775
775 Vase


Carder Steuben Candlestick - 3315
3315 Candlestick


Carder Steuben Vase - 6980
6980 Vase







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