The Deco-Glass Glassworks Sp. z o.o. was established in 1993. It specialised in the production of hand-formed household, decorative and lighting glassware from clear and coloured glass.
It had the largest tank furnace in Europe, which made it possible to produce as much as 14 tonnes of glass per day. It had the capability of advanced glass processing and decoration by cutting, drilling, rim melting , milling, spray painting, sandblasting, and acid matting. It was one of the few glassworks in Europe that produced products with a height of over 100 cm.
About 90 percent of the production was exported to dozens of countries around the world. In its period of greatest prosperity it employed almost 500 employees.
The plant did not survive the crisis in the glass industry. In June 2009, the Deco-Glass Glassworks filed for bankruptcy. The management of the plant was taken over by a trustee.
In 2011, the assets of the plant were sold. The new owner changed its name to Part Glass Works Krosno. It produced lighting glass. In 2017, the glassworks ceased operations.
Designers associated with the glassworks: Edyta Barańska-Sasak, Małgorzata Dajewska Maciej Habrat, Katarzyna Hałas, Bogumiła Jung, Adam Łożykowski