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Steuben is best-known for its glass lamps, tables and sculptures. Although the original Steuben Glass art gallery on Manhattan’s Madison Avenue closed, Steuben’s vintage products remain collector favorites at antique stores and online. Steuben Glass Works was founded by glass master Frederick Carder in 1903; Carder had previously worked for the notable English firm Stevens & Williams and with the incomparable Peter Fabergé. Since 1933, Steuben has become famous for its prismatic crystal formula, which captures and refracts light in unprecedented ways. Present-day Steuben creations are under the stewardship of the Corning Museum of Glass in Steuben County, NY, where new releases are available to consumers and collectors in limited quantities. Each item, from the delicate, gorgeous Whisper whiskey decanter and glasses to the Keepsake Heart bowl designed to hold precious jewelry, is handcrafted with care to reflect the elegance of the Steuben name. Customers can commission original Steuben crystal designs or have existing products personalized. From art glass to drinkware, from miniature crystal animals to collectible ornaments for the Christmas tree, each Steuben piece offers special meaning and significance to its owner. The company’s Iconic Reintroductions series seeks to recapture favorite crystal sculptures and designs from Steuben’s history. Whether new or vintage, Steuben crystal remains a popular wedding gift in the form of toasting glasses or flower vases for newlyweds.