Steuben Trumpet Lamp


Here is a very nice STEUBEN trumpet lamp. Hangs 21 " with a 14" ceiling pan. All brass The shades are all signed STEUBEN and have that beautiful iridescence and throw off the beautiful coppery lite. Just for clarity, 2 of the shades have a very small flea bite on top of the fitter which is hidden by the fitter. Shades are 6" with the typical 2 1/4" fitter. Nice original patina $695 low price to sell

Steuben Glass Works was an American art glass manufacturer, founded in the summer of 1903 by Fredrick C. Carder and Thomas G. Hawkes in Corning, New York, which is in Steuben County, from which the company name was derived. Hawkes was the owner of the largest cut glass firm then operating in Corning. Carder was an Englishman (born 18 September 1863) who had many years' experience designing glass for Stevens and Williams inEngland. Hawkes purchased the glass blanks for his cutting shop from many sources and eventually wanted to start a factory to make the blanks himself. Hawkes convinced Carder to come to Corning and manage such a factory. Carder, who had been passed over for promotion at Stevens and Williams, consented to do so.

In July 2008, Steuben was sold by Corning Incorporated for an undisclosed price to the Schottenstein Stores Corp. , [1] which also owns 51% of Retail Ventures, a holding company for DSW, Filene's Basement, and formerly Value City Department Stores; Value City Furniture, which changed its name to American Signature Furniture; 15% of American Eagle Outfitters, retail liquidator SB Capital Group, some 50 shopping centers, and 5 factories producing its shoes, furniture and crystal.

On September 15, 2011, Schottenstein announced it was shutting down Steuben's Corning factory and Manhattan store, ending the company's 108-year history. [2]

In early 2014, The Corning Museum of Glass announced the re-introduction of Stueben in a new, lead-free formula. [3] A limited assortment of iconic designs will be available at the Museum Store and online