[Letter from Frederick Carder to A. N. Khouri & Brother dated October 7, 1935].

[Letter from Frederick Carder to A. N. Khouri & Brother dated October 7, 1935].

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Carder, Frederick.
1 letter ; ink on onionskin ; 28 x 22 cm.
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Range 7, Bay 4, Shelf 4, Frederick Carder Papers, Box 6B, Letters between Carder and Khouri
Letter, dated October 7, 1935, to A. N. Khouri & Brother in New York City in response to Khouri's inquiry of Carder's opinion of René Lalique. Carder describes Lalique as "outstanding" and "unique". He describes that Lalique has "[brought] to the glass industry the ability and fertility of conception of an artist, together with the skill of a consummate craftsman, in producing moulds the like of which had not been done before." He closes his letter with "there is only one Lalique."
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Frederick Carder papers
Digitized in-house August 2014 for inclusion in the 2014 Carder Steuben Club Annual Symposium.