End of Steuben crystal

Associated Press
FILE -  In this Sept 18, 2003 file photo shows intricate engraving on a piece called Dragonfly by Eric Hilton at the Steuben Glass store inside the Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, N.Y. Steuben Glass, an American icon of handcrafted crystal for over a century, looks now as if it’s vanishing for good. Its lone factory in Corning, a glassmaking company in southwestern New York, is shutting down Nov. 29, the week after Thanksgiving. With profitability elusive at the best of times, the prospects of reviving the 108-year-old vanity brand seem every bit as slim. (AP Photo/David Duprey, file)

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Steuben Glass, an American icon of handcrafted crystal for over a century has closed its lone factory in Corning, NY.

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