7 edition of Frederick Carder found in the catalog.
Paul Vickers Gardner
|Statement||Paul V. Gardner.|
|Contributions||Carder, Frederick., Corning Museum of Glass., Rockwell Museum.|
|LC Classifications||NK5198.C3 A4 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||120 p. :|
|Number of Pages||120|
|LC Control Number||84072201|
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Intended to be used with other books which picture Steuben glass, particularly Paul Gardner's The Glass of Frederick Carder and Thomas Dimitroff's Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass: American Classics. Frederick Carder (Septem - Decem ) Frederick Carder was born in the village of Wordsley near Stourbridge, Staffordshire, England, in He built a career in glass that spanned more than 80 years. Carder left school at age 14 to work in his father's pottery : Regan Brumagen.
The can be found in Paul Gardners book The Glass of Frederick Carder, the original factory records and the Steuben catalog. The names can also be found in several of the notebooks that Frederick Carder kept during his tenure at Steuben. Today, collectors see colors for which the original name is . An example of this is found in Figure of Tom Dimitroffs book Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass Carder used more than patterns for his acid etching. These patterns were applied to any number of the different shapes. The patterns on cased glass often took one of two forms.
The drawings in these records form the basis for the drawings shown in Paul Gardner s book The Glass of Frederick Carder as well as the drawings on this website. Occasionally a piece of glass will surface that uses colors and techniques that Steuben used but the drawings cannot be found in the Gardner book or in the factory records. Glass of Frederick Carder. New York: Crown Publishers, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Frederick Carder; Frederick Carder: Document Type: Book: All Authors / .
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Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass by Thomas P. Dimitroff is a monumental book. The photographs are fully documented with dates, shape numbers, descriptions, measurements, etc. The text is complete with footnotes. It is a beautiful coffee table book as well as a scholarly text/5(5).
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. This new edition is a valuable aid when used in conjunction with eight important books that picture Frederick Carder's Steuben glass. The easy-to-use tabulated format cross references the line drawings of shapes found in Paul Gardner's classic book The Glass of Frederick Carder (reprinted by Schiffer Publishing), auction records from the last eleven years, and references to photographs in the eight books 5/5(1).
This volume is destined to become the quintessential reference book on Frederick Carder. The legacy of legendary glass artist Frederick Carder is in the magnificent pieces he created and the enduring success of Frederick Carder book company he established. A contemporary of Tiffany and Galle, he and partner T.G.
Hawkes cofounded the Steuben Glass Works in Frederick Carder's Steuben Glass Paperback – January 1, by Marshall D.
Ketchum (Author)/5(5). The Glass of Frederick Carder book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This reprint edition is the definitive book on the Steuben G.
Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs History Exhibitions: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gardner, Paul Vickers, Frederick Carder. Corning, N.Y. Frederick Carder (–), a gifted English designer, managed Steuben Glass Works from its founding in until At the age of 14, Carder left school and joined his family’s pottery business in Brierley Hill, England.
Frederick Carder book studied chemistry and technology in night school. The Carder Steuben Club encourages and promotes the collecting and enjoyment of the glass of Frederick Carder, and is an organization where collectors, scholars, dealers, and friends can work to encourage and promote the enjoyment, collecting and researching the history and artistry of the glass of Frederick Carder at Steuben.
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Brilliance in glass: The lost wax glass sculpture of Frederick Carder Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback $ 1 Used from $ Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to Format: Paperback. Adjacent to The Studio, the Frederick Carder Gallery features an extensive collection of glass designed by Frederick Carder (–), a gifted English designer and craftsman.
Steuben’s evolution as a luxury brand began inwhen the company was founded by Thomas G. Hawkes, owner of the most preeminent glass cutting firm in Corning, New York. This essential reference work provides a detailed study of Frederick Carder, his contributions to the Steuben Glass Works, and the captivating works of art he produced in glass.
To dazzle and delight the reader, there are over photographs and line drawings, the Brand: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd. This reprint edition is the definitive book on the Steuben Glass Works and co-founder Frederick Carder.
The special types of glass for which he was famed in the s era are presented, including Aurene, Tyrian, Verre de Soie, Cyprian, Ivrene, Cintra, Cluthra, Intarsia, Diatreta, and others, as well as all colors and the engraved, cut, and etched Range: $ - $ Connoisseur's Book of Frederick Carder's Steuben Glass book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Dimitroff's Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass. Author Thomas P. Dimitroff. The text evaluates Carder and the Steuben Glass Works that he co-founded in Sections are also devoted to Carder's and Stueben's contributions to architectural glass and to Carder's studio period beginning in the s.5/5(2).
This is a hardcover book titled, "The Glass of Frederick Carder" by Paul V. Gardner. This book is from There are pages inside. This book is in overall good condition. The dust jacket shows some wear and tear.
Please look at the photos and ask any questions you might have. We have been on eBay for over 17 years!Seller Rating: % positive. Paul Gardners book The Glass of Frederick Carder reproduces almost all of the existing drawing shapes with their corresponding numbers.
It is not known why the large gaps occur in the existing records. There is a gap from to and one from to This reprint edition is the definitive book on the Steuben Glass Works and co-founder Frederick Carder.
This reprint edition is the definitive book on the Steuben Glass Works and co-founder Frederick Carder. The special types of glass for which he was famed in the s era are presented, including Aurene, Tyrian, Verre de Soie, Cyprian, Ivrene, Cintra, Cluthra, Intarsia, Diatreta, and others, as well as all colors and the engraved, cut, and etched : $.
The collection holds 33 of the personal notebooks of Frederick Carder, including 3 diaries. These notebooks are mainly filled with notes and recipes for making glass. This collection also includes the travel diary which consists of a collection of diary entries from Carder's visits to various glassmaking centers around Europe.
The tabulated format is easy to use. The line drawings of shapes in Paul Gardner's classic book The Glass of Frederick Carder (reprinted by Schiffer Publishing), auction records of the last seven years, and references to photographs in the eight books cited are cross-referenced for easy access.
In addition, 40 new color photographs.Frederick Carder and Steuben Glass: American Classics (A Schiffer Book for Collectors) (1st Edition) by Charles R. Hajdamach, Thomas P. Dimitroff, Jane Shadel Spillman, Frederick Carder, Robert F. Rockwell, Thomas Dimotroff Hardcover, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast?
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