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Posting Number 3152 Date: 03/12/19 Return to Posting List
Here is an ad from the October 1932 issue of House & Garden featuring Teague designs. The tag line at the bottom certainly sums up the end of color in Carder glass in favor of colorless.
I do have the name for this color of green now David Chadwick-Brown. It is Nile Green. Please update the color name to your collection records. I am not sure if Greg Merkel has a formula for Nile Green but if he does we can set him up with a piece to be tested and update the Carder Steuben web site. Your ship vase has a place in my heart as one of my all-time favorites. It was the second piece of Steuben I sold you. As a dealer, we are not supposed to fall in love with the pieces we sell. I couldn't help myself. This piece has sentimental value to me over and above its sheer beauty.
Rande from Alabama
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