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Carder Steuben Vase - 2909




Identification Question

Posting Number 3369   Date: 03/09/20     Return to Posting List

Hi

I was wondering if this could possibly be Carder Steuben?

Or something Else?

6 3/8 high x 4 1/8 across top.no #s or marks, paneled.

Sincerely

Chris Martin

From The Yale University Collection

Vase

Maker: Steuben Glass Works, American, 19031932

Date: ca. 1905

Medium: Blown and engraved colorless glass

Accession Number: 1955.34.2

Culture: American

Period: 20th century

Classification: Containers - Glass

Status: Not on view

Agnus Dei Vase

Designer: Sidney Waugh, American, 19041963

Manufacturer: Steuben Glass, Inc., American, 19331958

Date: ca. 1935

Medium: Colorless engraved lead glass

Accession Number: 1977.36.1

Culture: American

Period: 20th century

Classification: Containers - Glass

Status: Not on view

Mariners Bowl

Designer: Sidney Waugh, American, 19041963

Maker: Steuben Glass, Inc., American, 19331958

Date: designed 1935

Medium: Blown and engraved lead glass

Accession Number: 2006.189.38

Culture: American

Period: 20th century

Classification: Containers - Glass

Status: On view*

Dessert bowl

Champagne Coolers

Manufacturer: Steuben Division, Corning Glass Works, 19181933

Date: Designed 192327

Medium: Lead glass

Accession Number: 1984.32.43a-b

Culture: American

Period: 20th century

Classification: Containers - Glass

Status: Not on view

Olive dish

Designer: John A Dreves, American, 19132003

Manufacturer: Steuben Glass, Inc., American, 19331958

Date: 1939

Medium: Blown colorless lead glass

Accession Number: 2004.111.2

Culture: American

Period: 20th century

Classification: Containers - Glass

Status: On view

More From Yale Collection To Come

As one of her research interests, Gail Bardhan, retired librarian from the Rakow Research Library at CMoG, kept a list of American museums with Carder glass in their collection. I have used her research to find examples of Carder glass in the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery. Scott Hansen


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