|Title:||The Rich Cut Glass of Charles Guernsey Tuthill|
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|Category:||Crafts and Hobbies|
|Publisher:||Texas A&M University Press; 1St Edition edition (October 31, 2001)|
The Rich Cut Glass of Charles Guernsey Tuthill. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.
The company that Charles Guernsey Tuthill opened in Middletown, NY in 1899, Charles G. Tuthill & Company, had existed from 1895 as an independent cutting shop in Corning, NY, where Tuthill received training in glass cutting and engraving. The Middletown company was re-organized in 1902 as the Tuthill Cut Glass Company with Susan and Fred Tuthill as partners. In Middletown the company produced typical brilliant-period cut glass, especially during its earliest years. The unpublished Salesmen’s Photo Inventory, below, provides an introduction to these early patterns. Crofford, Maurice, 2001: THE RICH CUT GLASS OF CHARLES GUERNSEY TUTHILL. Press, College Station, TX, 211 pp. The foregoing publications are unreliable blendings of fact and fiction that contain numerous errors.
Rich Cut Glass of Charles Guernsey Tuthill.
The slogan King of Glass, Glass of Kings is associated with the company because of its famous clientele who, in addition to Edward VII and the Austrian Imperial Court, include such people as Pope Pius XI, the Turkish sultan Abdul Hamid I. the king Luís I of Portugal and his wife, Maria Pia of Savoy. The Rich Cut Glass of Charles Guernsey Tuthill. College Station: Texas: Texas A & M University Press. ISBN 978-1-58544-148-8.
The American brilliant cut glass tradition is perhaps nowhere better showcased than in the intricate art of Charles Guernsey Tuthill. Born in 1871 in Corning, New York, Tuthill entered the glass trade as a young apprentice, launching a career that would not only produce some of the finest rich cut glass in America but also innovate that art form in ways that adapted to the changing life of the new century.
The Rich Cut Glass of Charles Guernsey Tuthill - Maurice Crofford . .The American brilliant cut glass tradition is perhaps nowhere better showcased than in the intricate art of Charles Guernsey Tuthill. Texas Monthly - Google Books. Charles Glass’s most popular book is Indignez-vous !. Cowards among heroes - The National. Charles Glass: Paperback: Penguin (Non-Classics) An unforgettable portrait of the diverse American community in Paris during the occupation.