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Alert: Museum Closed to Public. May Cause Delays.The Corning Museum of Glass is currently closed to the public until further notice, as a precautionary measure for public health and safety. As a result, resources available to answer your questions are extremely limited. During this closure, you may be interested in searching our Ask a Glass Question FAQs or reviewing our Research Guides on various topics. We also highly recommend checking out The Corning Museum of Glass on YouTube for hours of artist demonstrations, lectures, and special events. Thank you for your patience.

Last Updated: Aug 08, 2018     Views: 108

Corning Glass Works was producing glass buttons in 1940 as shown by this object in our glass collection. We have a CGW advertisement in the Library collection that confirms they were selling the buttons at least as late as 1946, and, according to the estimated dates on these buttons, the company was still making the buttons in the early 1950s.

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Alert: Museum Closed to Public. May Cause Delays.The Corning Museum of Glass is currently closed to the public until further notice, as a precautionary measure for public health and safety. As a result, resources available to answer your questions are extremely limited. During this closure, you may be interested in searching our Ask a Glass Question FAQs or reviewing our Research Guides on various topics. We also highly recommend checking out The Corning Museum of Glass on YouTube for hours of artist demonstrations, lectures, and special events. Thank you for your patience.

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