Dating steuben glass

The tops of these vases should Not be Polished and smooth. The tops should be rough cut and show these type flea bites.The ones that have been Polished Smooth are done after market.It appears to be factory but I am not totally sure. This other is Factory as the top Rim shows a teeny nick.This happened in the Cutting Department at the time of Manufacturing.

This is known as shape number 6287 in the Steuben Catalog pages. This is the middle size as it is 7" across the top.

Polished pontil but some residue of glue where it was glued down. about 10''across and a strong Steuben look though it is unsigned. Status: For Sale Reference#: 287045 Condition: See Description Year: See Description Pressed glass vaseline match safe / toothpick holder in the form of an elephant head. Match safe / toothpick holder in the form of an elephant''s head. It measures 3 and three quarter inches square at the base, four inches across the top, five inches across the widest point, and 12 and one quarter inches tall. The book "The Glass of Frederick Carder" by Paul Gardner, published 1971, shows this covered jar on Plate XVIII - A. 5" high with lid on Condition: tiny flake side edge of handle (email for pic) Original Manufacturers Flaws: large bubble - brownish around the edge(email for pic) Offered by All Antique - For Auction is a wonderful piece of Art Glass blown by The Steuben Glass Company of Corning, New York. The Vase has a nice wide opening to receive several flowers at one time.

Status: For Sale Reference#: 286763 Condition: See Description Year: See Description Really nice Verre de Soie vase with a rolled lip. Vase is large and quite heavy as the walls are very thick. Status: For Sale Reference#: 2332 Condition: See Description Year: See Description Unsigned Steuben blown glass vase retailed by Shreve Crump and Low. 6881 - white with Pomona Green cover and crystal knob.

The Vase doesn't sit at an angle, it is just the Photographer.

I will attach a link to view this shape in the Steuben Glass Archives of Shapes.

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