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Posting Number 3470 Date: 11/04/20 Return to Posting List
I want you to know how much I appreciate showing museum collections, whether on display or not.
I thank you for taking the time to give us three pictures to absorb when you do this. I so appreciate when you go to a museum and scout out what has been donated.
In all probability most of those pieces will never be seen by the public again. You showing the picture gives the piece life again. It makes me think of the artist who made the piece AND the owner who donated the piece to the museum. Carders treasure made, then owned and then given.
The crystal candlestick is beautiful, gorgeous. The design lines are such a teaching tool to know the Carder mould.
Thank you! Anonymous
I love looking at a few pictures each day.
The lamp shade that was in Mondays emailmy thought was Carder did this
I know Quezal and Tiffany did them.
I wonder what the differences and similarities are. Anonymous
From The Philadelphia Museum of Art Collection
Modern Steuben Wine Flute c. 1955
Gift of The American College in memory of Charles J. Zimmerman, CLU ®, 2010--not on view
Modern Steuben Mid-20th Century Vase
Gift of Michele and Maurice Rosen, 1983-not on view
Modern Steuben Mid - 20th Century Bowl
Gift of Michele and Maurice Rosen, 1983--on view
Click to view image one: Carder Designed Colorless Candlestick1.jpeg
Click to view image two: Carder Designed Lamp Shade1.jpeg
Click to view image three: Modern Steuben Wine Flute.jpeg
Click to view image four: Modern Steuben Mid-20th Century Vase.jpeg
Click to view image five: Modern Steuben Mid-20th Century Bowl.jpeg
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