A Fine Stuben Aurene Gold Iridescent Glass Console Bowl

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  • Item Category: Glass
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 24,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
A Fine Stuben Aurene Gold Iridescent Glass Console Bowl

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Up for auction is a Steuben Art Glass Bowl by Fredrick Carder. Carder was doing bowls from 1903-1933, this bowl was believed to be made in 1910. The style used is called Aurene/Orene with a Art Noreau glass. This bowl has a 7" diameter and is almost 3" tall. This piece is in great shape. Backround Info: Steuben Aurene: Gold Aurene was the first decorative iridescent colored glass produced at the Steuben Glass works about 1890. It has a beautiful bright gold iridescence. Blue iridescent glass was introduced in 1905. Blue is less common than gold. T is also Brown Aurene, Red Aurene and Green Aurene. These are usually decorated pieces, with an Aurene background. The glass is sometimes just signed "aurene" and sometimes signed with steuben signature and aurene. Sometimes just steuben signature. For 100 years, Steuben has been at the forefront of glass design, balancing state-of-the-art technological advancements with centuries-old traditional glassmaking techniques. Steuben Glass Works was founded in 1903 by English glassmaker Frederick Carder, who specialized in colorful Art Nouveau glass just coming into popularity, and Thomas G. Hawkes, the President of T. G. Hawkes & Co., a glass engraving firm. The legacy of legendary glass artist Frederick Carder is in the magnificent pieces he created and the enduring success of the company he established. A contemporary of Tiffany and Galle, he and partner T.G. Hawkes cofounded the Steuben Glass Works in 1903. Artist Frederick Carder was lured by the opportunity to implement his vision as artistic director of the fledgling American company and was thus willing to leave his native England for Steuben County in upstate New York w they located the new design studio and glassworks and after which they named the new company. Carder's innovative experimentation with glassmaking techniques produced myriad results including iridescent surfaces like their well known "Aurene" glass, murky translucence, and saturated colors. In 1918, the Corning Glass Works acquires Steuben as both companies positioned themselves for the years following World War I, and Frederick Carder continued in his capacity of Managing Director of the new "Steuben Division" of Corning Glass. Thank you for for viewing our auction if you have any questions feel free to inquire. Please be aware that we ship within the CONTINENTAL U.S. ONLY. Good Luck Bidding & Happy Holidays!!!

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