Ivory and Green Jade Colored Steuben Glass
Ivory Jade Colored Steuben Glass Vase
The Ivory Jade color was developed in the 1920s by Carder for the Steuben Glass Co. It is a warm cream color in translucent glass. This beautiful vase was personally signed F. Carder.
H: 5 ¼ inches
D: c. 1920s
Green Jade Colored Steuben Glass Bowl
The Green Jade color was developed in the 1920s by Carder for the Steuben Glass Co. This bowl is a light green color on a white foot made in translucent glass.
H: 2 ½ inches
D: c. 1920s
Jade Colors of Steuben Glass
In the 1920s, Carder developed colorful types of glass that were neither transparent nor opaque. These translucent Jade pieces were made in light and dark blue, green, and other colors. They were used extensively in the production of acid-etched pieces and tableware. Rosaline, which is usually considered a Jade glass, and the other Jades were often combined with off-white glass and decorated with engraving or etching. Ivory, a warm cream-colored glass is classified as a Jade. Below are examples of Steuben Ivory Jade and Green Jade glass.
Pictures from the Steuben Galleries at Corning Museum of Glass