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. In June 1938, the offices of the United States Glass Company were transferred  to Tiffin and all glassware was marked with a Tiffin label.Although the focus of Tiffin's production continued to be stemware, a new line of modern designs contributed to the prosperity of the  factory. In 1940 the Swedish Modern line, consisting of heavy off-hand shapes was introduced.. and Interest in Tiffin Modern free-form designs continued into the 1960s. During these years, stemware remained the major focus of production, with blown and pressed ware also manufactured.

The factory t was purchased in 1968 by the parent company of Franciscan, Shenango, and Mayer China companies and in addition to using the gold Tiffin shield sticker, a paper label, "Franciscan Crystal,"was placed on selected stemware lines.  introducing several new stemware lines to coordinate with their china dinnerware patterns: Jubilation, Canterbury II, Flambeau, Revelation, Madeira, and Cabaret.
Several popular Duncan patterns were produced by the Tiffin and Glassport factories from 1956 until the closing of the Tiffin facility in 1980 When the molds were dispersed






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