Stretch Glass Discussions / stretch-out calls
FULL REPORT PUBLISHED ON October 11 DISCUSSION OF Stretch Glass Candlesticks
Collectors interested in iridescent stretch glass who have joined our discussions are saying how very informative and educational they are.
FULL REPORT PUBLISHED ON MAY 10 DISCUSSION OF EARLY PERIOD CENTRAL AND JEANNETTE
This was our fourth discussion on the topic of lesser-known companies that were producing stretch glass from 1916 to 1933. On May 10 we discussed the production from two of the ‘minor’ glass companies, Central Glass Works (Wheeling, Pennsylvania) and Jeannette Glass Company (Jeannette, Pennsylvania).
Central appears to have used a single bowl mold, but shaped the mold into many forms. They also made two sizes of trumpet-shaped candle holders. Some of their pieces have gold glue-chip decoration. In contrast Jeannette used several bowl molds. They also made handled servers with unique handle shapes. Both companies used a multitude of different colors.
2018-19 DISCUSSION SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED
WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE 2018-19 STRETCH-OUT DISCUSSION SERIES.
Collectors interested in iridescent stretch glass who have joined our discussions are saying “Very informative and educational’, “Thanks for identifying my recent purchase” and “Wow! I didn’t know Fenton made that!” If you have never joined a call, try it! You can just be a listener or join in on the discussion as you enjoy the experts and other ’enthusiasts’. There are always beautiful photos of the items to be discussed.
October 11, 2018 -- Candlesticks. (report above)
Who made which ones: What colors are known? Rare or common?
November 8, 2018 -- Patterns in stretch glass. (details below)
Yes, there are many patterns in stretch glass; how many do you recognize?
February 7, 2019 -- Late Period Fenton stretch glass produced for others.
Will you recognize this stretch glass when you see it?
April 11, 2019 - Decorated stretch glass.
Did you know there is glue under much of the gold decoration? Learn how it is done and how to preserve it.
May 9, 2019 - Opaque stretch glass by US Glass.
Salmon, Florentine Yellow, Nile Green, Old Rose, Pearl Blue, Pearl Gray; what items are known?
Join us to learn all about this beautiful glass, to ask questions and share your finds. The calls are at 8pm Eastern, 7 Central, 6 Mountain and 5 Pacific time. The call information is also posted on our website under Events / Stretch Glass Discussions. A Deluxe Edition Review of the discussion will also be available several weeks after the call.
Approximately one week prior to the call, an email reminder and photos of the glass to be discussed will be sent to members who have given us their email address; the photos will also be posted on our website. If we don’t have your email address and you would like to receive the reminder and photos, please send your email to email@example.com and ask to receive photos for the particular stretch out call. If you have questions about your stretch glass and would like information from our experts, please send a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions and we will do our best to respond.
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PATTERNS IN STRETCH DISCUSSED IN NOVEMBER 8TH CALL
Patterns in Stretch Glass was the topic of our Stretch Out call on Thursday, November 8, 2018, at 8 pm Eastern. We discussed the photos in this document on the call. A Deluxe Edition Review of the discussion will also be available soon and will be posted here. Further information is available on our email: email@example.com.
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