Posting Number 2872 Date: 01/18/18 Return to Posting List
Reifschlager Gallery Exhibit at The Rockwell Museum--post 2000
Carder's pink translucent glass, bearing certain physical resemblances to the Jades, Ivrene and Ivory, was named Rosaline
As the case of Jades , Rosaline is apt to be confused with less perfected European wares.
From the scattering of items seen in Rosaline, we can determine that it was made in as many different forms as Jade Green, including complete dinners services, console sets, vases, covered jars and Acid Cut Back items.
Rosaline is found, almost entirely without exception, adorned with Alabaster accentuation.
abstracted from A Guide To Colored Steuben Glass 1903 - 1933 by Eric E. Ericson p.27
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