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Steuben Glass Works

The Steuben Glass Works is an American art glass manufacturer that founded in mid 1903 by Frederick Carder and Thomas G. Hawkes in Corning, New York. Carder managed the factory which supplied blanks to Hawkes' cutting business. Carder also experimented with color and the factory soon began producing a large variety of colorful high quality art glass items. In 1918, Steuben was acquired by the Corning Glass Works and operated as a division of Corning. Corning sold it floundering Steuben Division to Schottenstein Stores in 2008. The new management could not turn the operation around and Steuben Glass closed in late 2011. At that time Corning purchased the rights to the Steuben name. In early 2014, production of Steuben glass resumed under the direction of The Corning Museum of Glass. The new glassware designs are sold through the Corning Museum Shop, select authorized retailers, and online. All profits benefit the the Corning Museum.

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