1-01-13-00 Glass Artist - Charles Gibson

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The Gibson Glass Company


(Gibson Snakeskin Style,
Art Glass Marble)

Master glass blower Charles Gibson donated three examples of the artist traditional cane style marbles to The National Marble Museum. Gibson worked for both Blenko Glass and Bischoff Glass before opening his own art glass studio in 1982. Gibson Glass specializes in fine decorative, handmade glassware, paperweights and marbles. He is well known for his unique carnival glass, Vaseline glass, and crackle glass designs.


(Solid Core Swirl Style)


(Lobed Onionskin Style)

 

The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia wishes to thank Charles Gibson for donating to The National Marble Museum Collection. His unique designs are now part of the marble display at the Museum of American Glass's National Marble Museum Collection.
Come see us in Weston, West Virginia.
(contact us)

Please take time to visit his studio.
The Gibson Glass Company is located near Blenko Glass in Milton, WV.

Gibson Glass Company
RT. 1, Box 8
Milton, WV 25541
(304) 743-5232

 

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West Virginia Museum of American Glass, Ltd.,
9/2008

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