Steuben Jade Green Alabaster Goblet Twisted Stem Carder Era Art Deco
Materials and Techniques:
Hand blown moulded glass, hand polished.
Of the Period:
Date of Approximate Manufacture:
Place of Origin:
Corning, New York, U.S.A.
5oz. Not including shipping materials.
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Excellent used condition, showing minimal rubbing wear on its bottom form and the usual tiny embedded bubble flaws that are common in this style of glass. The goblet is colorful and vibrant. All wear commensurate with age. Please see photos for details.
Price: $395.00 (U.S. Dollars) each goblet
This beautiful Steuben jade green and alabaster glass goblet shape number 7160, created during the Frederick Carder era c.1920’s, is a wonderful example of classic art deco glass designed by the famous factory. It has a wonderful jade green bowl and a twisted alabaster stem attached to its form.
It will function and display well whenever you may choose to use it.
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