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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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Carder Steuben Vase - 6034

At The Movies in 1932

Posting Number 3405   Date: 06/01/20     Return to Posting List

Good morning Alan and all members! Another 'in the movies' scene that shows a nice viewing of a pair of '6971' luminors, is in the movie 'Skyscraper Souls'. The scene can be viewed by all by going to and search the movie title, then click on that movie, click on 'view clips' and go to clip titled 'I'd Like Another' and enjoy!! Guy Hoskins

Pictured in Dimitroffs, Frederick Steuben and Steuben Glass, as Fig. 4.115 @ p.88. Mr. Fred Carder has been greatly interested in the use of light for ornament and has applied his experienced artistic touch most effectively in this direction. Mr. Carder has been greatly interest in the use of light for ornament and has applied his experienced artistic touch most effectively in this direction p. 89

Pictured at Ill. 104, p. 69 of Gardners, The Glass of Frederick Carder. Bubbles in glass have long annoyed glass makers striving for clear, flawless glass. Carder loved bubbles--he said they gave life to the metal, and he often used them decoratively either in controlled designs(Ill 104) or random arrangements(Ills. 105, 106).

Quality Glass

This isn't a Steuben piece, but it shows that no matter which company made this level of quality, it was expensive. The candlestick was $3.69 in 1925. Jan Baer


Sold last Thursday for $1,500 plus commission

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