Zoom "Tour" of Steuben Glass|
Posting Number 3460 Date: 10/12/20 Return to Posting List
I am James Russell, president of the Westchester Glass Club, I just returned from visiting Corning with our program director Susan Haller. We had an absolutely wonderful time up there, as the leaves are at peak!
We saw Max and Kitty Erlacher - in Kittys new store on Market Street - and we had a nice discussion about engraving.
I also purchased the book The Houghton's of Corning from Thomas Dimitroff (picked it up signed at his front door as both he and his wife are recuperating, but we did have a very nice conversation!).
Then in the Contemporary Glass Gallery we just happened to see a John DeWit vase which I donated to CMoG in 2008! What serendipity!
This month we have our monthly zoom meeting with Tom Felt of the West Virginia Glass Museum talking about Steuben glass. Its on Tuesday October 13th at 11 am.
If anyone is interested in attending, the link is below (we can only accommodate a total of 100 of which 30 are from our local glass clubs including Founders and Cape Cod Glass clubs, but thats a stretch!).
President Westchester Glass Club
Scheduled Westchester Glass Club zoom meeting on Tuesday October 13th at 11am with Tom Felt of the West Virginia Museum of Glass talking about the Steuben collection!
The password if needed is Steuben (capital S).
Topic: Westchester Glass Club: Steuben Glass with Tom Felt, West Virginia Museum of Glass Time: Oct 13, 2020 11:00 AM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 266 857 6387
Greetings all class enthusiasts!
I hope you are well, and can attend another exciting monthly meeting of the Westchester Glass Club! Tom Felt of the West Virginia Museum Of Glass will be taking us on a tour of Steuben glass!
Tom Felt has published many books about glass, including Modern Steuben:
Click to view image one: Max and Kitty Erlacher.png
Click to view image two: John DeWit Vase.png
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