Macklowe Gallery sells authentic Tiffany lamps. Antique Tiffany lamps produced at the Tiffany Studios New York from 1892-1928 include Tiffany Dragonfly lamps, Tiffany Lily lamps, and Tiffany Wisteria lamps. Original Tiffany lamps were made under the artistic direction of Louis Comfort Tiffany, son of Charles Lewis Tiffany, the founder of Tiffany and Company. LCT (Louis C. Tiffany) was responsible for famous designs such as the Tiffany Linenfold table lamp, Tiffany Peony lamp, as well as Tiffany Favrile Lamps made with Tiffany iridescent glass. Tiffany Floor Lamps come in many styles: Tiffany Balance Weight Floor lamps, Tiffany Damascene Lamps, Tiffany Peony Floor lamp as well as the Tiffany Studios Bamboo Floor Lamp. Our Tiffany lamp collection also includes Tiffany Studios Chain Mail chandeliers, Tiffany Moorish chandeliers, Tiffany sconces, Tiffany stalactites and all authentic Tiffany Studios New York lamps.View our Tiffany Lamps
We love French Art Nouveau. Visit our Madison Avenue gallery and you will discover a Louis Majorelle dining set, an Emile Gallé marquetry vitrine, a Daum Nancy "winter scenic" glass vase, an Amalric Walter pâte de verre glass tray, a Maurice Dufrène desk, a Hector Guimard Art Nouveau bronze clock, a Eugène Gaillard chair and a Jacques Gruber wrought iron "mistletoe" French Art Nouveau chandelier with Muller Frères globes, a Gallé Art Nouveau mirror, an Argy-Rousseau pâte de verre French Art Deco glass vase, an Art Nouveau Bing porcelain designed by Georges de Feure or a Colonna table, a Gallé "Dragonfly" étagère from the Elizabeth Taylor estate, French Art Nouveau cameo glass lamps by Daum Frères, "Scarf Dancer" Art Nouveau lighted bronzes by Agathon Léonard, Raoul Larche bronzes of Loïe Fuller, a Paul Follot silvered tea service retailed by La Maison Moderne, French Art Nouveau ceramic vases by Bussière for K&G Lunéville, Dalpayrat ceramic vases with "sang de boeuf" glazes, Loetz iridescent glass vases, Loetz silver overlay vases, and Tiffany favrile glass vases, Louis Comfort Tiffany art glass vases, Tiffany Studios New York bronze candlesticks, Tiffany pictures frames, Louis C. Tiffany Furnaces enamel boxes, Tiffany bronze desk sets.
The Louis C. Tiffany Foundation Tiffany built Laurelton Hall on six hundred acres of land at Oyster Bay, Long Island from 1902 to 1905 after inheriting 3 million from his father. He oversaw every aspect of the estate’s execution, from the architecture and interior design of the eighty-four roomed main house, to the landscaping of the gardens, terraces, fountains, pools and extensive outbuildings. Laurelton Hall was ever evolving as Tiffany continued to add architectural embellishments and interior adjustments throughout his ...Read More
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The Bauhaus, a comprehensive New Digital Resource, Launched By Harvard Art Museums Cambridge, MA, August 15, 2016 The Harvard Art Museums have unveiled a new online resource dedicated to the Bauhaus, expanding access to one of the first and largest Bauhaus collections in the world. The Bauhaus Special Collection, available at harvardartmuseums. More>>
Sparkle! Its Mothers Day! - 2015 Catalog May 2015 New York, NY. — Sparkle! Its Mothers Day! To view the catalog Click Here!