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Carder Steuben Vase - 182




Mystery Solved?

Posting Number 2701   Date: 04/28/17     Return to Posting List

Alan

I would like to respond to the discussion concerning the identification of the crystal vase on the right. It is by Sinclaire.

The Met allows you to search their collection and obtain information about various object.

The object and related information are at the following URL.

http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/9389

Teresa Peterson

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In the meantime Michael Krumme comments:

Last night I got out my Sinclaire books and looked for a matching cutting, but didn't spot one. But perhaps someone else with keener eyes, more patience, or better experience with Sinclaire can confirm or rule out that company as the maker of the vase.

Research Tools At the Met

This seems to be a match, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art collection database:

http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/489711?sortBy=Relevance&ft=glass+corning,+ny&offset=0&rpp=20&pos=1

You can search the MET Collection: http://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection

Beth Hylen

Into The Future

Broke a Glass? Someday You Might 3-D-Print a New One from the New York Times



Links:
Sinclaire Vase
3-D Glass Printing

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