Need source for Tiffany-style lamp crafting

Need source for Tiffany-style lamp crafting

Post by John P. Eperjes » Sun, 21 Sep 1997 04:00:00



I would appreciate any info on crafting a Tiffany-style lamp and a
source of supplies in the Eastern PA or Central NJ area.
Thank you

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Need source for Tiffany-style lamp crafting

Post by A Ti » Mon, 22 Sep 1997 04:00:00


Any stained glass store should be able to help you. Two systems to use
are Worden mold system and Odyssey system.

NEOGLASSIC Studio
Beautiful, Custom Stained Glass
Supplies, tech. support, mail order.
Quality & Service is #1.  

 
 
 

Need source for Tiffany-style lamp crafting

Post by Charle » Mon, 22 Sep 1997 04:00:00


For any and all stained glass and related supplies - Warner-Crivellaro
Stained Glass
is located in Allentown, PA.  (800)523-4242.  We carry Odyssey Lamp
Forms
and Patterns as well as the Worden system, both of which offer Tiffany
reproduction
patterns and molds.  We also carry our own line of bronze Tiffany
reproduction bases,
and over 150 styles of antiqued brass finish bases. We stock the
complete line of Uroboros and Youghiogheny art glasses as well as many
other brands.

Interested in seeing glass made?  Watch for our bus trip announcement
this week.
We will be going to Youghiogheny Glass, Fallingwater, and Nemacolin
Resort
at the end of October.

Charles Warner
http://www.warner-criv.com/

Quote:

> I would appreciate any info on crafting a Tiffany-style lamp and a
> source of supplies in the Eastern PA or Central NJ area.
> Thank you

> --

 
 
 

Need source for Tiffany-style lamp crafting

Post by TLOak » Sat, 27 Sep 1997 04:00:00


Quote:
>(JACK S LESSHAFFT)
>Date: Fri, 26 Sep 1997 13:07:20 -0500

>Or you could try reputable shops such as Hudson Glass (800)431-2964 or
>Delphi (800) 248-2048 with EXCELLENT customer service and people who
>really care about their customers, their customer's needs, and their
>reputation.

>The note below was written by the owner of the company he is pushing. You
>might do better (then again you might not) by taking suggestions from
>people who have dealt with these companies, rather than the owners of said
>companies.

>I persoannly thing blatant adverti***ts by profit seeking companies on
>this newsgroup should be banned, or at the very least viewed very
>skeptically by readers.

>How often have you seen the owners of these companies actually take part
>in discussions, view points, or offering help or advice as opposed to
>simply pushing their tawdry wares to innocents?

>Just my $0.02


>> For any and all stained glass and related supplies - Warner-Crivellaro
>> Stained Glass
>> is located in Allentown, PA.  (800)523-4242.  We carry Odyssey Lamp
>> Forms
>> and Patterns as well as the Worden system, both of which offer Tiffany
>> reproduction
>> patterns and molds.  We also carry our own line of bronze Tiffany
>> reproduction bases,
>> and over 150 styles of antiqued brass finish bases. We stock the
>> complete line of Uroboros and Youghiogheny art glasses as well as many
>> other brands.

>> Interested in seeing glass made?  Watch for our bus trip announcement
>> this week.
>> We will be going to Youghiogheny Glass, Fallingwater, and Nemacolin
>> Resort
>> at the end of October.

>> Charles Warner
>> http://www.FoundCollection.com/

I have had dealings with many Stained Glass Suppliers and dealers, both as
a hobbyist and as a retail store owner.   Charles Warner is one of the few
people I have dealt with that truely cares what the customer feels about
their purchases.   He is concerned that the customers are getting a quality
product and a very good price also.  Moreover he is truely interested in
improving not only the products but also the customer service at Warner
Crivellaro.  I feel that he is a great asset to the stained glass industry
and that he was just letting the person asking about tiffany style products
know that his company sells a wide variety of supplies that the person
might be interested in.  He didn't say anything bad about any of the other
companies or that one brand is better or worse than another, just that he
sells a variety.  

Just my 2 cents, TLOakes, JAX Stained Glass, Bellevue Wa.

 
 
 

Need source for Tiffany-style lamp crafting

Post by JACK S LESSHAF » Sat, 27 Sep 1997 04:00:00


Or you could try reputable shops such as Hudson Glass (800)431-2964 or
Delphi (800) 248-2048 with EXCELLENT customer service and people who
really care about their customers, their customer's needs, and their
reputation.

The note below was written by the owner of the company he is pushing. You
might do better (then again you might not) by taking suggestions from
people who have dealt with these companies, rather than the owners of said
companies.

I persoannly thing blatant adverti***ts by profit seeking companies on
this newsgroup should be banned, or at the very least viewed very
skeptically by readers.

How often have you seen the owners of these companies actually take part
in discussions, view points, or offering help or advice as opposed to
simply pushing their tawdry wares to innocents?

Just my $0.02

Quote:

> For any and all stained glass and related supplies - Warner-Crivellaro
> Stained Glass
> is located in Allentown, PA.  (800)523-4242.  We carry Odyssey Lamp
> Forms
> and Patterns as well as the Worden system, both of which offer Tiffany
> reproduction
> patterns and molds.  We also carry our own line of bronze Tiffany
> reproduction bases,
> and over 150 styles of antiqued brass finish bases. We stock the
> complete line of Uroboros and Youghiogheny art glasses as well as many
> other brands.

> Interested in seeing glass made?  Watch for our bus trip announcement
> this week.
> We will be going to Youghiogheny Glass, Fallingwater, and Nemacolin
> Resort
> at the end of October.

> Charles Warner
> http://www.FoundCollection.com/


> > I would appreciate any info on crafting a Tiffany-style lamp and a
> > source of supplies in the Eastern PA or Central NJ area.
> > Thank you

> > --

--
Jack Lesshafft

May the wind be always at your back

 
 
 

Need source for Tiffany-style lamp crafting

Post by D » Sat, 27 Sep 1997 04:00:00




Quote:
> Or you could try reputable shops such as Hudson Glass (800)431-2964 or
> Delphi (800) 248-2048 with EXCELLENT customer service and people who
> really care about their customers, their customer's needs, and their
> reputation.

> The note below was written by the owner of the company he is pushing. You
> might do better (then again you might not) by taking suggestions from
> people who have dealt with these companies, rather than the owners of said
> companies.

> I persoannly thing blatant adverti***ts by profit seeking companies on
> this newsgroup should be banned, or at the very least viewed very
> skeptically by readers.

> How often have you seen the owners of these companies actually take part
> in discussions, view points, or offering help or advice as opposed to
> simply pushing their tawdry wares to innocents?

> Just my $0.02

-- GOTTA SAY, i don't understand your vehemence.  The writer clearly
identifies his affiliation and his interest in it. He also provides
information. I've no affiliation with Warner Crivello, never have ordered
from them -- but appreciate hearing from Mr. Warner as well as everybody
else who enjoys working in and with glass.
 
 
 

Need source for Tiffany-style lamp crafting

Post by Paul Wils » Sat, 27 Sep 1997 04:00:00


Quote:


>> I persoannly thing blatant adverti***ts by profit seeking companies on
>> this newsgroup should be banned, or at the very least viewed very
>> skeptically by readers.

>> How often have you seen the owners of these companies actually take part
>> in discussions, view points, or offering help or advice as opposed to
>> simply pushing their tawdry wares to innocents?

Actually, most of the replies to questions here are from people that
own some type of business whether its making a few do-dads for local
craft fairs, traditional retail glass store owners, or even folks that
have bigger mail order outfits.  There are many of them here.  There
would be fewer good answers without the professionals.  Lets not try
and run them off.  They keep us informed of upcoming things, new
glass, shows, and answer the tough questions.

Answers:                10 cents
Right Answers:          10 dollars

Quote:

>> Just my $0.02

Very tempting....  <g>  

Paul

 
 
 

Need source for Tiffany-style lamp crafting

Post by STACK.. » Sun, 28 Sep 1997 04:00:00


Quoting us024077 from a message in rec.crafts.glass

   >You might do better (then again you might not) by taking suggestions
   >from people who have dealt with these companies, rather than the
   >owners of said companies.

  I basically agree with that.

   >I persoannly thing blatant adverti***ts by profit seeking companies on
   >this newsgroup should be banned, or at the very least viewed very
   >skeptically by readers.

  Here I have to say that when someone asks for a source of certain
equipment or materials, it is not blatant advertising to reply that you
have the item(s) for sale.
  Answering a question is still answering a question, even if the answer
happens to be "Sure, I sell that."


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