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toothpick holder: Crider 1987 threaded toothpick holder: Crider 1987 threaded

Terry Crider started his glasswork in 1976. He is self taught. This studio glass artist has put out a limited amount of work over the past 39 years. He uses NO MOLDS and his only help has been his wife Donna. I had an email from Terry and Donna a few years ago stating that he doesn't think it would be fair to the collectors to make any of the same things again. They have decided, if they do make glass again, they are not going to make anything that they have made in the past. He made glass part time from 1988-2000. In 2005, he began again to produce a limited amount of glass. He's a great artist with VERY few early pieces out there. This toothpick is in mint condition and is signed Crider and dated 1987 on the base.

This Crider 1987 amethyst base glass with applied threaded decoration is in a bulbous base shape. It's hard to imagine the amount of work that went into this beautiful, hand made toothpick holder.

This little toothpick holder stands 2 inches high. It is a fantastic piece of American art glass! It is in perfect condition.
Circa: 1987
Manufacturer: Terry Crider, Ohio  

Your Price: $75.00
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toothpick holder: Crider 1976 white feather Terry Crider started his glasswork in 1976. He is self taught. This studio glass artist has put out a limited amount of work over the past 33 years. He stopped blowing glass around 1990 and didn't start blowing again until 1999. He uses NO MOLDS and his only help has been his wife Donna who is responsible for all the finish work on the pieces. I had an email from Terry and Donna in 2002 stating that he doesn't think it would be fair to the collectors to make any of the same things again. They decided in 2006 to make glass again, but they are not going to make anything that they have made in the past. They pledge to develop new colors. He's a great artist with VERY few early pieces out there. This toothpick holder is in mint condition and is signed Terry Crider and dated 1976 on the base. That is the sane year after he started blowing glass commercially! This early piece has the earliest signature with the word Terry on the top, then the date 1976, then the last name Crider on the second line. It is the only one I have seen with this arrangement.

This Terry Crider 1976 TP is done in a highly irridescent amethyst base glass with 4 thick iridized white pulled feathers all of which are iridized. I like that each of the pulled feathers has its own character. It's hard to imagine the amount of work that went into this beautiful, hand made toothpick holder.

This toothpick holder stands about 2 1/2 inches high. The top rim is 1 7/8 inches wide. It is a fantastic piece of American 20th century art glass! It is in perfect condition.

I am a long time member and past President (1988) of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Club. I guarantee the authenticity of this TP. For more info on toothpick holders as a great collectible, visit the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Society web page at (www.nthcs.org)
Circa: 1976
Manufacturer: Terry Crider, Ohio  

Your Price: $85.00
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toothpick holder: Crider 2009 amber cobalt Terry Crider started his glasswork in 1976. He is self taught. This studio glass artist has put out a limited amount of work over the past 33 years. He uses NO MOLDS and his only help has been his wife Donna who was responsible for all the finish work on the pieces. I had an email from Terry and Donna a few years ago stating that he doesn't think it would be fair to the collectors to make any of the same things again. They have decided, if they do make glass again, they are not going to make anything that they have made in the past. He made glass part time from 1988-2000. In 2005, he began again to produce a limited amount of glass. He's a great artist with VERY few early pieces out there. This toothpick is in mint condition and is signed Crider 2009.

This Crider amber at top to cobalt at bottom base glass features white applied swirling King Tut decoration on the bulge base flared top shape. It's hard to imagine the amount of work that went into this beautiful, hand made toothpick holder.

This little toothpick holder stands about 2 1/4 inches high at its highest point. The outside is completely irridized producing green, purple and blue highlights It is a fantastic piece of American art glass! It is in perfect condition. It is signed Crider 2009 on a frosted base.

I am a long time member and past President (1988) of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Club. I guarantee the authenticity of this TP. For more info on toothpick holders as a great collectible, visit the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Society web page at (www.nthcs.org)
Manufacturer: Terry Crider, Ohio  

Your Price: $85.00
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toothpick holder: Crider 1977 pulled feathers Terry Crider started his glasswork in 1976. He is self taught. This studio glass artist has put out a limited amount of work over the past 33 years. He stopped blowing glass around 1990 and didn't start blowing again until 1999. He uses NO MOLDS and his only help has been his wife Donna who is responsible for all the finish work on the pieces. I had an email from Terry and Donna in 2002 stating that he doesn't think it would be fair to the collectors to make any of the same things again. They decided in 2006 to make glass again, but they are not going to make anything that they have made in the past. They pledge to develop new colors. He's a great artist with VERY few early pieces out there. This toothpick holder is in mint condition and is signed Terry Crider and dated 1977 on the base. That is only one year after he started blowing glass commercially!

This Terry Crider 1977 TP is done in a highly irridescent amethyst base glass with 4 iridized white pulled loops all of which are iridized. I like that each of the pulled loops has its own character. It features the earliest crimped top rim. It's hard to imagine the amount of work that went into this beautiful, hand made toothpick holder.

This toothpick holder stands about 2 1/4 inches high. The top rim is 2 1/4 inches wide. It is a fantastic piece of American 20th century art glass! It is in perfect condition.

I am a long time member and past President (1988) of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Club. I guarantee the authenticity of this TP. For more info on toothpick holders as a great collectible, visit the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Society web page at (www.nthcs.org)
Manufacturer: Terry Crider, Ohio  

Your Price: $65.00
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Click here to enlarge image and see more about item 5430: toothpick holder: Crider 1977 white threaded

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toothpick holder: Crider 1977 white threaded Terry Crider started his glasswork in 1976. He is self taught. This studio glass artist has put out a limited amount of work over the past 33 years. He stopped blowing glass around 1990 and didn't start blowing again until 1999. He uses NO MOLDS and his only help has been his wife Donna who is responsible for all the finish work on the pieces. I had an email from Terry and Donna in 2002 stating that he doesn't think it would be fair to the collectors to make any of the same things again. They decided in 2006 to make glass again, but they are not going to make anything that they have made in the past. They pledge to develop new colors. He's a great artist with VERY few early pieces out there. This toothpick holder is in mint condition and is signed Terry Crider and dated 1977 on the base. That is only one year after he started blowing glass commercially!

This Terry Crider 1977 TP is done in a highly irridescent amethyst base glass with 4 thick iridized white pulled feathers all of which are iridized. I like that each of the pulled feathers has its own character. It also features the very early crimped top rim What makes this early Crider toothpick holder even more unusual is that white threaded glass has been added to the outside. It is one of only two I have seen with white glass used as threading. Later, Donna tended to use the same color for the threading as the base glass. It's hard to imagine the amount of work that went into this beautiful, hand made toothpick holder.

This toothpick holder stands about 2 1/2 inches high. The top rim is 1 7/8 inches wide. It is a fantastic piece of American 20th century art glass! It is in perfect condition.

I am a long time member and past President (1988) of the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Club. I guarantee the authenticity of this TP. For more info on toothpick holders as a great collectible, visit the National Toothpick Holder Collectors Society web page at (www.nthcs.org)
Manufacturer: Terry Crider, Ohio  

Your Price: $98.00
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