Steuben Greets Spring in Color

Steuben glassware, based in Corning, N.Y., is introducing color into its collection of handmade crystal for the first time in nearly 80 years. The new Luminescence line features glassware in shades of indigo, smoke, and sunset, and bronze and amber colors will be added this fall. Luminescence, $600 to $1,200, is composed of nine different designs. To celebrate the new color, the Corning Museum of Glass has added some of the new items to its permanent collection, recognizing this as a monumental move in Steuben’s history. (800.783.8236, www.steuben.com).

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