Steuben


Steuben Glass Works was founded in 1903, in Steuben County, New York, by Thomas G. Hawkes, Sr. and Frederick Carder.

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In 1918, they were purchased by the Corning Glass Company. Carder stayed with the company and designed many of the early pieces. Arthur Houghton was the President of the company from 1933 until 2008. Sidney Waugh replaced Carder as chief designer in 1933, who introduced clear crystal to the Steuben line. During the 1950’s, crystal hand coolers, usually in rounded animal shapes, became very popular.

In 2008, Schottenstein Stores Inc. bought 80% of the business. The Steuben Glass factory closed in November, 2011.

Steuben Glass Marks
Steuben

Steuben Glass Patterns, Designs
Aurene
Cluthra
Oriental Poppy
Rosaline
Strawberry Mansion
Verre De Soie
Yellow Jade

Popular Steuben Glass
Animals – owl
Art Glass – apple
Bowls – Gazelle bowl, Zodiac bowl
Candlesticks
Decanters
Perfume Bottles
Plates – Audubon plate
Vases – Agnus Dei
Wine Glasses

Steuben Glass Artists, Designers
Georgia O’Keefe
Henri Matisse
Isamu Noguchi
Paul Manship
Salvador Dali
Thomas Hart Benton
Walter Teague

Steuben Glass Value, Price Guide
High $ – Mid $$$


4 Comments

  1. carol nichols December 14, 2015

    I have a beautiful ivory etched light fixture to sell. if interested please call my daughter, kim at 650-346-8566.

  2. David Slovak September 6, 2014

    You can reach me through eBay’s message system through my online store, which is located here: http://stores.ebay.com/Steuben-Glass-Sales

  3. David Slovak September 6, 2014

    Buying and selling Steuben has become a main hobby of mine since Steuben closed in 2011. I am always looking for Steuben to purchase. Brett and others, please feel free to email me the items you would like to sell.

  4. Brett Seltz January 11, 2014

    I have a Steuben Glass Trout that I am interested in selling and don’t know of any dealers that may be interested in buying. If you have any information that you could pass along I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you.
    Brett Seltz

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