In 1983, after the close of production at the factory, a studio shop was opened to keep alive the art of glass making; equipment and molds from the Tiffin Glass Factory were purchased to help start the project. In 1992, the studio moved into a larger facility to be able to expand production and services.
In 1997, the corporation became known as Crystal Traditions of Tiffin, Inc. Now tourists can visit Tiffin, which is known all over the world for its fine crystal, and see the beauty of the past at the Glass Museum and the making of new creations at Crystal Traditions.
At Crystal Traditions, visitors can watch the ancient old art of glass making. Enjoy as you watch our gaffer demonstrate glass blowing and createone-of-a-kind pieces.
In addition, master craftsman, Aidan Scully, who apprenticed under Edward Flavin, one of the first five apprentices from Waterford, performs the intricate art of hand cutting glass and crystal pieces.