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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.


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And, Yet Another View

Posting Number 3532   Date: 04/09/21     Return to Posting List

This could actually be Rose on Alabaster. Definitely not Calcite or Ivrene which I have seen the application on. Beth Shaut

Opinion From Last Gazette

Being a Fry collector this plate trimmed in pink may very well be Fry Foval. Pink Foval is the most desirable and hardest to find. Fry also would have ground the pontil or the entire bottom surface. The white is more opalescent than calcite and the pink is more translucent than Steubens version, Rosaline. I hope this helps.

Clif Dietz

CMoG Remembers Jane

Curating a Lifetime: Jane Shadel Spillman, A Memorial

Jane Shadel Spillman

The Corning Museum of Glass is deeply saddened by the passing of Jane Shadel Spillman, our former curator of American glass who retired in 2013 after a CMoG career that spanned nearly five decades. Jane joined the Museums 13-person staff in June 1965 as a research assistant and curator of education and became an internationally recognized expert on American glass, developing the impressive collection we have today.

During her tenure at the Museum, Jane was a prolific author, beginning with Glassmaking: Americas First Industry (1976), a 35-page catalog in conjunction with an exhibition of the same name in celebration of the nations bicentennial. It was the Museums first major exhibition after the 1972 flood. This was followed by numerous books and catalogs, countless speeches and lectures, and the acquisition of thousands of objects for the Museums American glass collection and The Rakow Research Library holdings. Not to mention, the friendships forged across the globe, with glass amateurs and professionals alike, cementing Janes reputation as an expert in her field.

For the entirety of the Memorial click the link below.


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Jane Spillman Memorial Article

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