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ANTIQUE SIGNED CARDER STEUBEN ROSALINE FLARED RIM BOWL

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$1,994.00  This item is selling for $1,994.00 on eBay.

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Fabulous Signed Antique Carder Steuben Rosaline Flared Rim Bowl. Marvelous Subtle White to Pink Art Glass. Polished Pontil. A Rare Steuben Piece Signed by the Master Artist Himself, Frederick Carder. Authenticated by the Rockwell Gallery. From the Display at the Historical Glass Museum. The photos speak for themselves. Outstanding Piece. Guaranteed Authentic and Wonderful. Age: 1903-1933 Size: 4" x 9" Signed: "Steuben" and "F. Carder" Labels from the Rockwell Gallery Historical Glass Museum Condition: Excellent with slight wear on the bottom Reference: Page 234, Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass by Thomas Dimitroff. A Rockwell Book, 1998 Shiffer PLEASE SEE GREAT PRICES ON THE GOOD STUFF AT MY STORE Collectors International Art Glass Store About Frederick Carder Steuben - 1903 - 1933 Frederick Carder, the Founder of the Steuben Glass Company, went into partnership with Hawkes in 1903, providing Hawkes with blanks that were then wheel etched. Carder merged the Steuben Glass Company with Corning in 1918, and remained as Designer in the Color Glass Division. When he retired in 1933, the Color Glass Division was closed, and Steuben has only produced clear crystal since that time. The seller reserves the option to eliminate bidders with poor ratings or other known issues. S901
 

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