The Return of an Icon

For over 100 years, the name Steuben Glass has been synonymous with excellence. Though first known for its lustrous, iridescent, colored glass, Steuben transitioned in the early 1930s to the brilliant clear crystal for which it has become internationally renowned. In 1940, Steuben established a tradition for collaboration with distinguished designers, architects, poets, and artists like Matisse, O'Keeffe, Noguchi, Dali, and others. In addition to exquisite one-of-a-kind pieces, most of the stunning glass objects created by Steuben are collectibles. They’re the ultimate gift in glass. In 2008, Steuben was acquired by another company, and three years later production ceased, but in 2012 Corning Incorporated breathed new life into this iconic brand, buying back the name and turning the reins over to The Corning Museum of Glass to oversee sales and production of Steuben which is once again being made right here where it belongs in America’s Crystal City.

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