Tiffin Glass Company was founded in 1892, in Tiffin, Ohio, by A.J. Beatty & Sons. They started out as part of the U.S. Glass Company of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1892.
Tiffin produced a wide range of glassware, stemware, candlesticks and much more. One of the most popular patterns produced was Black Satin, made from 1923 until 1926. It featured raised floral designs usually found on vases.
Tiffin plant employess purchased U.S. Glass Company when they went bankrupt in 1963 and changed the name to Tiffin Art Glass Company. In 1966, it was sold to Continental Can Company. It was sold again in 1969 to Interpace. In 1979, they were purchased by Towle Silversmiths and operated as Tiffin Crystal, a division of Towle, until they closed down for good in 1984.
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