Steuben compotes. American art glass.

Pair of Steuben gold “Aurene” glass compotes, shallow bowls with inverted rims set on stems with a round base. Polished pontils, one with a Steuben foil label, both with later incised marks. Early 20th c. American, made in Corning, New York. Image © 1999 – 2021 SKINNER, INC, Fair use license. via
“Aurene,” “Jade,” and “Alabaster” Steuben art glass compotes. ca. 1920. American, made in Corning, New York. Frederick Carder, designer for Steuben. Maker’s marks: engraved “Aurene, F Carder.” Image © 2021 Heritage Auctions. Fair use license. via
Pair of cut glass compotes with an undulating rim with cut underside and a twisted and faceted stem raised on a circular foot. ca. 1900. American, made in Corning, New York by Thomas G. Hawkes & Company which became Steuben. Maker’s marks: mark for Hawkes on the base rim. Image © 1999 – 2021 SKINNER, INC. Fair use license. via
Steuben panel-optic art glass open compotes in amber and Pomona green glass. ca. 1925. American, made in Corning, New York. Image © Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates. Fair use license. via

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