Corning Museum of Glass
Glass art, history, science, and design.
Collection Highlight: These Elephant figures were designed by Frederick Carder (1863–1963), who managed Steuben Glass Works from its founding in 1903 until 1932. Created from ivory, French blue, and jade green pressed glass, each figure was cast in the form of a trumpeting elephant with an upraised trunk, standing on a solid ball that ends in a ground and polished flat base. See more of Carder’s work in the Frederick Carder Gallery.(via Elephant | Corning Museum of Glass) Elephant by Frederick Carder, 1927-1933. Corning Museum of Glass.
  1. Collection Highlight: These Elephant figures were designed by Frederick Carder (1863–1963), who managed Steuben Glass Works from its founding in 1903 until 1932. Created from ivory, French blue, and jade green pressed glass, each figure was cast in the form of a trumpeting elephant with an upraised trunk, standing on a solid ball that ends in a ground and polished flat base. See more of Carder’s work in the Frederick Carder Gallery.(via Elephant | Corning Museum of Glass) Elephant by Frederick Carder, 1927-1933. Corning Museum of Glass.

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