Steuben Partners with Waterworks

NEW YORK-This fall Steuben Glass will introduce a bath collection in collaboration with Waterworks, emphasizing the glass company's commitment to maintaining its heritage while exploring new designs and lifestyle-oriented collections.

"We are thrilled to launch our new line in partnership with Waterworks, which has given us the opportunity to enter into the area of bath accessories. Waterworks is a luxurious American bath brand, both high in quality and style. Together we will bring a new element of design to the bathroom," said Mark Samitt, president of Steuben.

The collaboration will offer two collections - one design is based upon waves and motions while the other design embodies architectural ironwork, both representing elegance and modern design. The collections will include a faucet handle, drawer pull, tissue cover, vanity jar, tumbler, soap dish and tray. The prices will range from $100 to $2,000. The products will be co branded with Waterworks by Steuben. The line will be sold at Steuben and Waterworks stores, select Steuben retailers and online.

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