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Steuben Glass Works was founded in 1903 in Corning, New York, US, by Fredrick C. Carder and Thomas G. Hawkes. Corning is in Steuben County. Carder came over from his native country, England. Gold Aurene would be a major color that was used initially.
Changes in management resulted in Carder moving to Corning Glass Works. As a result, Steuben produced less colored glass. In 1933 the new president of the parent company, Corning Glass Works, pushed Steuben in the direction of modern glass designs, including Gazelle Bowl.
Steuben had a couple of dozen designers in its history, including Lloyd Atkins.
The Steuben factory was closed down in 2011.
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