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Thank you for contacting us with your question. A useful tool for identifying your Steuben pieces by date, designer, and stock number is Mary Jean Madigan's comprehensive collector's guide, Steuben Glass: An American Tradition in Crystal (revised and enlarged edition: Harry N. Abrams, 2003). This book is illustrated with more than 2800 photographs and line drawings. It includes a catalogue raisonee of virtually every design produced by Steuben from 1933 to 2001, providing illustrations, dates of introduction, prices at introduction (when available), dimensions, stock numbers, and names of designers and engravers for each piece. (From www.steuben.com )
Should you desire an appraisal the sources below may be of help.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions.
Carder Steuben Glass Shop LLC (formerly Rockwell Co.)
42 W. Market St,
Christie, Manson & Woods
American Society of Appraisers
1-800-ASA-VALU or 478-2228
Appraisers Association of
386 Park Ave.South,
International Society of Appraisers
230 E Ohio St. Suite 400, Chicago,
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