American Steuben Carder Period Etched Calcite Glass Bowl Shade Pendant Light
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American Steuben Carder Period Etched Calcite Glass Bowl Shade Pendant Light

Ref: L3320
A large, antique, Steuben glass dome or bowl shade in white calcite glass, acid etched with a radiating, leaf design. Shape number: 2488. This type of light shade would have been suspended from the ceiling. Calcite glass is a creamy white glass created by Frederick Carder around 1915. The translucency is achieved by adding molten ash to the molten glass. Note: the retail price includes rewiring with a two-light socket. The height can be shortened.
MAKER
Steuben Glass Works (Corning, NY, 1903-2011)
LITERATURE 
Paul V. Gardner, The Glass of Frederick Carder.
DATE
c. 1920
DIMENSIONS
Width 16 Depth 16 Height 28 in.
Shade: Height 5 in.
CONDITION 
Note: chip (edge). Not wired.
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