Steuben Art Glass Shade Carder Era
Steuben Carder era calcite white and aurene art glass shade; acid-etched signature on the fitter rim.
Signed Steuben Art Glass Shade Carder Era
Signed Steuben art glass ribbed-trumpet-formed shade; calcite & Aurene; early 1900’s; acid-etched signature on interior of the fitter rim. Nice, large aperture.
Steuben Glass Works was founded in 1903; Corning, New York.
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