The Corning Museum of Glass is pleased to reintroduce four classic Steuben designs. These are limited-production works that are made in the US, using a new, lead-free crystal.


Now Available through The Corning Museum of Glass

  • James Houston's 1964 design, Eagle
  • James Houston's 1966 design, Trout & Fly
  • John Dreves' 1939 design, Olive Dish
  • Frederick Carder-inspired design from 1991, Little Handkerchief Vase

Also available are European-made Steuben hand coolers, animals and an assortment of other much-loved Steuben items. Quantities are limited and other designs will be reintroduced in the weeks and months ahead.

In September, a new Steuben Holiday ornament will be introduced, made in the US, using the new, lead-free crystal. These limited production designs are being sold exclusively through the GlassMarket of The Corning Museum of Glass; they are available online and also in the Museum's store. All proceeds of the sale of these products benefit the educational mission of the Museum.

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


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