Posting Number 3141 Date: 02/25/19 Return to Posting List
This ad is for a line of embroidered linen. It appeared in a January 1932 issue of Woman's Home Companion and featured, without attribution, Carder Steuben glass. The stemware pieces are shape 6404 and the plate is shape 2028. These shapes can also be seen in the Shape Gallery. Below the full text of the ad is a statement that "Further information about the colored glass shown on this page will be sent on receipt of 2 cents postage." Interesting marketing strategy for colored Carder glass in January 1932.
Fuchsia Is A Marketing Name.
The Shape Gallery On Carder Steuben Website Identifies These Spiral Ribbed Goblets As Gold Ruby
Click to view image one: Fuchsia.jpeg
Click to view image two: Gold Ruby1.jpeg
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