Luster Glass has always been rare and coveted.
In the late 1920s, when Tiffany & Co. decided to discontinue their line of art glass and Steuben Glass was sold to Corning Glass, the ability to make prized, luminous, hand-blown Luster Glass was lost. The process had been so secretive and segmented that no one person knew how to do everything to make a finished lustrous piece, except for Fredrick Carder. MORE
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