Black glass vase with six scallop form lobed sections. Unusual form. Heavy floral silver overlay patterns are within V-shape sections upon each lobe. The overlay work likely by The Rockwell Co. American circa 1925. Dimensions: 8" H.
Footed support upholds Frederick Carder's tall billowing grotesque form vase. Rich Pomona green fading to clear. Carder's design number 7090 as illustrated in 'The Glass of Frederick Carder' page 289. Nice tall example at 11 1/2" H.
Stunning Frederick Carder design ivory glass vase with twelve fluted lobed elements. The original drawing for the Art Deco form is illustrated on page 293 in 'The Glass of Frederick Carder', circa 1920's. 9" H.
Among Steuben's most well known designs is the "Grotesque" bowl, this example in Ivrene glass. Frederick Carder era circa 1920's. Form #7535 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder" by Gardner. Dimensions: 6 1/2" H, 12 1/2" L.
A classic Frederick Carder design vase. The Ivrene baluster form has opposing "M" handles upon each side. Original Carder design #8505 illustrated page 302 in The Glass of Frederick Carder. Circa 1920's. Dimensions: 7" W, 10 1/2" H.
Large green jade Steuben pitcher with an applied mirror black handle. A striking color combination as green jade is more often found with alabaster glass mountings. Steuben acid stamp Fleur-de-Lys mark beneath. Frederick Carder era circa 1920. Dimensions: 8" W, 9 1/2" H.
Lovely pair of Frederick Carder Steuben candlesticks in the highly collected twist stem form. Clear twist stem is richly contrasted by a Bristol yellow foot and candle cup each in an optic ribbed pattern. Original Carder design #686 as illustrated in "The Glass of Frederick Carder", page 160. Circa 1920. Dimensions: Approximately 8" H Each.
Glass fire extinguisher cocktail shaker with twenty four red enamel recipes. The array of recipes includes: Casino, Empire, Bronx, Orange Blossom, Martini (dry, sweet & medium!)& Claridge. A similar example illustrated page 73 in 'The Cocktail Shaker'
by Khachadourian. American circa 1930's. Dimensions: 11 3/4" H.
Steuben Gold Ruby Cluthra Bowl. Frederick Carder design # 6681 illustrated page 144 in 'The Glass of Frederick Carder'. The Cluthra technique was achieved by rolling a molten gather of glass across a marver sprinkled with powdered glass. Another layer of crystal was applied to trap both color and bubbles. Circa 1920's. Dimensions: 2 1/2" H, 5" W.