Though bubbles have long annoyed glassmakers who worked to produce flawlessly clear glass, Frederick Carder used them decoratively to give life to the artistic glass made at the Steuben factory in Corning, New York.
This is a desirable example of the bubble glass Carder created and loved; and it is in a combination not often seen. This circa 1920 footed vase is Steuben number 7307 in the catalog of line drawings, (see “the Glass of Frederick Carder”, Paul V. Gardner) and is made in Spanish Green bubble glass. Described in the catalog as the 2 Line Pillar Vase it is also referred today as the Steuben Helmet vase.
Stands approximately 6-1/4” tall x 8-1/4” wide. Very slight interior scratch could be tool mark (see photo).
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