In the 18th and 19th centuries, young ladies attending dances employed porcelain, marble, and glass eggs to cool hands, heated by the excitement of the evening. How fitting that Steuben has re-created these lovely hand-coolers through the years of the 20th Century. Steuben has long been treasured as one of the world's great crystal manufacturer. Flawless by design, Steuben is the epitome of the expression “crystal clear”. All its creations are exquisitely sculpted, delicately balanced. This is an example of Steuben excellence even in one of their smallest items. Steuben glass was made at the Steuben Glass Works of Corning, New York. The factory, founded by Frederick Carder and T.G. Hawkes, Sr., was purchased by the Corning Glass Company, which continued to make glass called Steuben until 2011 when the factory closed.
Country of Origin: U. S. A.
Medium: Fine clear crystal glass.
Size: 1 7/8 inches tall; 2 1/4 inches wide.
Weight: 5.9 oz.
Signed: "Steuben" on bottom.
Condition: Very Good to Excellent Vintage Condition. Minimal display wear to base.
Circa: last quarter of the 20th Century.
Please note that the physical colors of this item may vary from the pictures in the listing, given the quality of the camera, the lighting and the background used.
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STEUBEN Signed Vintage Fine Crystal "The Ram" Hand Cooler or Paperweight
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