Posting Number 2874 Date: 01/22/18 Return to Posting List
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Reifschlager Gallery Exhibit at The Rockwell Museum--post 2000
Calcite proved to be an ideal material to apply the Aurene iridization to,...
Gold lined calcite items proved most popular and were made in a multitude of shapes, sherbets with matching plates, berry bowls, compotes, vases, salt dips, and sundry other items. The Aurene gold is usually found on the interior of the ware; however, items were made where the iridized portion is on the exterior surface and the Calcite forms the usable portion. Blue lined Calcite was made in the same forms, and items as its gold lined counterpart.
In iridized Calcite items, the exterior surface will usually be coated with a soft, mellow, subtly clear, iridized layer.
The merchandising of Calcite was due entirely to one man. His name was Charles Potter, and he was employed as a salesman by Mr. Carder. Those familiar with merchandising techniques know that a salesman armed with a product he himself is sold on, and has developed an appropriate "pitch" to go with it, is dynamite. Charles Potter was dynamite.
abstracted from A Guide to Colored Steuben Glass 2903 - 1933 p. 7-14
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