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Carder Steuben Compote - 3369




Fascinating Issue

Posting Number 3392   Date: 05/01/20     Return to Posting List

Thanks, everyone, for this outstanding and fascinating issue (#3391, Wednesday, April 29, 2020)  they are always remarkable; this one was filled with new info, resources and gorgeous glass. All the best  as the Brits might say, Keep calm and carry on in these challenging times. Marti DeGraaf

Terminology

Alan,

Please note that even though I am not an expert in glass terminology, there are a number of terms which need clarification. In all my years of appraising, I have not seen or heard the term covered vases. Logically, why would anyone cover a vase.

Covered compotes were for the mixed fruit and are usually squat on a standard.

Then there are covered footed bowls which may be a bit larger in circumference.

There there are such items as covered urns.

And the last term is used more often in Europe than in American and that is the pokal, also known as a covered goblet or covered cup. And that is the item pictured below. Helaine Fendelman

From The Cleveland Museum of Art Collection

Collection Includes Modern Steuben and Carder Studio Period Cire Perdue

Leopard and Serpent

1938-Studio Period

Frederick Carder

(American, 1863-1963)

America, 20th century

Cast glass by cire perdue process (lost wax)

Overall: 13.3 x 20 x 7.3 cm (5 1/4 x 7 7/8 x 2 7/8 in.)

Gift of Lillian and Derek Ostergard in loving memory of Dolores Robb Tannenbaum

LOCATION

not on view

Bowl: Europa

1935

designed by Sidney Biehler Waugh

(American, 1904-1963)

engraved by Joseph Libisch

(American, b. Croatia, 18861964)

manufacturer

Steuben Glass, Inc.

(America, est. 1903)

America, 20th century

Glass

Diameter: 20.5 cm (8 1/16 in.); Overall: 24.3 x 29 cm (9 9/16 x 11 7/16 in.); Diameter of base: 16.1 cm (6 5/16 in.)

Dudley P. Allen Fund

LOCATION

not on view

The Cleveland Museum of Art

https://www.clevelandart.org

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


Images:
Click to view image one: Covered Goblet1.jpeg
Click to view image two: Leopard and Serpent.jpeg
Click to view image three: Europa Bowl.jpeg

Links:
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