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A LEGACY CONTINUED

Steuben is pleased to announce that the tradition of Steuben Glass is continuing in 2015. Items are once again being produced by independent artisans in Corning, NY, and select European production shops. These exquisite products are being retailed exclusively through The Corning Museum of Glass. Additional items, both old and new, with Steuben’s ongoing commitment to quality design, craftsmanship and material will be introduced as part of the Iconic Reintroduction series. All proceeds from the sale of these products benefit the educational mission of The Corning Museum of Glass.


SNAIL

David Hills, 1949

LITTLE HANDKERCHIEF VASE

Frederick Carder-inspired, 1991

OLIVE DISH

John Dreves, 1939

SHORE BIRD

James Houston, 1975

EAGLE

James Houston, 1964

TROUT & FLY

James Houston, 1966


For all of you that share our enthusiasm for the wonderful material of glass, we invite you to explore the website of The Corning Museum of Glass which is a wonderful resource for collectors and enthusiasts alike. The Museum in Corning, NY, is open year-round, seven days a week and features 35 centuries of glass artistry, including an amazing collection of Steuben Glass. You can also see live glassmaking demonstrations, and visit the international Corning Museum Shops with hundreds of handmade items available for purchase.

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