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Carder Steuben Cologne - 3174




The Rockwell Museum's Reifschlager Gallery Pre-2000

Posting Number 2840   Date: 11/17/17     Return to Posting List

Tyrian Display

Photos, courtesy of The Rockwell Museum, Corning, NY

This Steuben variety is very apt to be confused; without recourse to the signatue as being a piece of Tiffany's stone glass, or laminated wares if you prefer. Shading from a delicate medium bluish-purple to a medium light green, it will have the lotus or ivy leaf and vine decor, as in the manner of that same decor in Aurene items.

Each and every item was signed TYRIAN, with a number. Shapes tend to be large and in the classical form. It is not known with any certainty when this ware was produced; however, from the trend of Carder's increasing tempo of activity, it probably came in the late 1920's.

from A Guide to Colored Steuben Glass 1903 - 1933 by Eric E. Ericson, p. 61

Some Examples of Tyrian

More on Black Glass

Yes Steuben black is potassium permanganate in color. Other makers made black with an internal color of cobalt blue, or green, or amethyst, or potassium permanganate. Picture is of potassium permanganate color.

Rande Bly


Images:
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Click to view image two: Tyrian2.jpg
Click to view image three: Tyrian3.jpg
Click to view image four: Tyrian4.jpg
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