Carder Steuben Gazelle Lighting Grill

Carder Steuben Club Site Menu

 Home

 Shape Gallery

    · Recent Additions

    · All Etchings

    · All Cuttings

 Gazelle Gazette

 Membership

 Symposium

    · Photos

    · Registration

    · '19 Program

    · '19 Auction

    · '19 Hotel Info

    · Corning Info

 Advertising

 Colors

 Contributors

 Etched Patterns

 Intarsia

 News and Events

 Post Carder Era

 Shapes

 Signatures

 Stoppers

 Undocumented

 Vetting

 Website Use




  Encouraging and promoting the collecting and enjoyment   
of the glass of Frederick Carder   


About Frederick Carder  |  About Carder Steuben Glass  |  About the Club  |  Contact Us     

Gazelle Gazette

The "Gazelle Gazette" is a Carder Steuben Club Newsletter that is initially delivered as an email and is maintained by Alan Shovers. This section provides an archive of the Gazelle Gazette Newsletter postings. If you would like to submit a Newsletter posting or have your email address added to Alan's address list, please email it to Alan Shovers.


Search Gazelle Gazette issues by key word:  
Carder Steuben Vase - 6273




Follow-Up on Crizzling

Posting Number 3179   Date: 04/22/19     Return to Posting List

1. Hi Alan,

I wanted to let the readers know that the article you posted on crizzling by Susan Arthur can also be found in the quarterly publication from the West Virginia Museum of American Glass, "All About Glass" Vol. XIII No. 1, that was issued in April 2015. I believe that back issues can be ordered through them. You may have to be a museum member but that is a worthwhile expense.

David Kingsley

2.Alan, As a collector of everything, I noticed a number of years ago that some paperweights that I had in a cabinet felt greasy when picked up. After washing them and returning them to the cabinet, eventually the greasy feel returned. Our humidity range would usually be in the range stated in the article and lower in the winter. Some of the other contemporary paperweights i.e.. Kosta/Boda didnt experience this issue. The greasy ones tended to be the off-shore (Chinese?) ones produced from the 80s on. We had bought a whack of them in the 80s on a southern trip to Myrtle Beach (at Waccamaw Pottery, I think). Would they eventually crizzle? Dont know. All parted with. Great info. Please keep up the fine work. Regards, Jeremy Hayes

3.Thanks to Susan Arthur for sharing this great paper on grizzling, wonderful research.

Janice Boyd

This Weekend

Brilliant Weekend


Images:
Click to view image one: Brilliant Weekend.png

Return to Posting List



About Frederick Carder  |  About Carder Steuben Glass  |  About the Carder Steuben Club  |  Contact Us

Carder Steuben Shape Gallery  |  Gazelle Gazette  |  Membership  |  Terms and Conditions of Use
©2019 Carder Steuben Club Inc. | Find our mailing address in the Contact Us section.  | info@cardersteubenclub.org  |  Site by SDI WebLink