Established in 1903, Steuben produced handmade glass objects with exceptional standards of brilliance and clarity unmatched by any other glassmaker. Pieces of Stueben glass, those quintessential samples of American artisanship, have proved suitable for queens and presidents, brides and retiring executives. In 1933, Stueben created a prismatic crystal formula that could capture, reflect and refract light unlike anything else in the world. Since that moment, steuben crystal illuminated everything it touched, casting light on the joys of everyday life.
However, Stueben shut down operations in 2011, cause of the company’s demise being a waning appetite for fancy crystal that was exacerbated by the weak economy. Those who seek Steuben do not despair, as The House of Things brings to you five of it's highly collectable pieces of unequalled quality - to enjoy and cherish forever.