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Art Nouveau Bronze and Favrile Glass Table Candelabrum by Tiffany.

An American Art Nouveau bronze and favrile glass mounted table candelabrum by Tiffany Studios New York. A similar candelabrum is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models” by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 385, plate 1571, #1290.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1910
Art Nouveau Bronze and Favrile Glass Table Candelabrum by Tiffany.

Tiffany Studios “Fern” Table Mirror

A Tiffany Studios New York silvered glass and bronze “Fern” table mirror, featuring an elaborate and intricately pierced and sculpted patinated bronze base decorated with stylized fern leaves. Pictured in: “Tiffany at Auction” by Alastair Duncan, p. 46, cat. no. 126, and: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware” by Alastair Duncan, page 402 plate #1628.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: "Tiffany Studios New York 69200."
Circa: 1910
Tiffany Studios  “Fern” Table Mirror

Tiffany Studios "Nasturtium" Chandelier

A Tiffany Studios New York glass and bronze "Nasturtium" chandelier, featuring a leaded glass Favrile shade decorated with brilliant orange/red, orange/pink, yellow/orange and orange blossoms interspersed with green leaves on a cream trellis ground, hanging from a patinated bronze holder. Height is adjustable. Similar to, but with much better color than the lamp pictured in “Louis Comfort Tiffany” by Jacob Baal-Teshuva, page. 130.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios

“Arrowroot” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York glass and bronze “Arrowroot” table lamp, featuring a leaded glass shade depicting mottled green and yellow arrowroot flowers on a white and blue ground, atop a patinated bronze “Tyler” base. Shade and base pictured separately in “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware, An Illustrated Reference to Over 2000 Models” by Alastair Duncan: Shade: p.152, plate #1496; base: p. 77, plate 298, #368.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: “Tiffany Studios New York 368”
“Arrowroot” Tiffany Lamp

“Tyler” Tiffany Lamp

A rare and historically significant Tiffany Studios New York glass and bronze “Tyler” lamp, the shade featuring an iridescent blue glass decorative pattern on a richly mottled green and yellow glass background. The shade is 16” in diameter, which makes it almost certainly a prototype for the later, standard 18” diameter Tyler shade. The shade sits atop an iridescent blue and silver iridescent blown glass base, and was originally illuminated using an oil canister, later converted to electricity. This lamp is a consummate example of the ingenuity and creativity of the earliest period of Tiffany Studios lighting. Similar shade pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models” by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p.75, plate #1440.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1897
Base Signed: “L.C.T. E1434”
“Tyler” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Studios Candelabrum

A Tiffany Studios New York glass and bronze candelabrum, featuring eight green and white Favrile blown glass buds atop a gilt bronze base. Concealed extinguisher included. A similar candelabrum is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models” by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 386, plate 1574, #1294.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “Tiffany Studios New York S751”
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios Candelabrum

Tiffany Studios New York Glass and Bronze Candlestick

A Tiffany Studios New York glass and bronze “Tripod” candlestick, featuring an iridescent white and green Favrile glass shade with abstract organic decoration. The shade sits on a patinated bronze “Tripod” base with an iridescent white and green Favrile glass bobesche and decorated with abstract organic ornamentation suggestive of leaves. A similar candlestick base (with a different bobeché) is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models” by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 379, plate 1550, #1228.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Shade “L.C.T.” Base “Tiffany Studios”
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: “Tiffany Studios”
Tiffany Studios New York Glass and Bronze Candlestick

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass vase with iridescent pulled decoration in the style of a Hopi vase. Louis Comfort Tiffany had more than five hundred Native North American objects, including baskets, implements, and articles of clothing from the Pacific Nothwest on display at his home in Laurelton Hall. Many of these objects were on view in a special oblong room that had once been a bowling alley. Baskets, pottery, and textiles also served as decorative accents throughout the house. This vase pays tribute to Tiffany’s collection. In its color, shape, and decoration it resembles a work of Native American Hopi pottery and shows the influence of this art form on Tiffany’s own work.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “LCT F125”
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Vase

Tiffany Studios New York “Tel el Amarna” Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York “Tel el Amarna” vase featuring iridescent brown, coffee and gold Favrile glass with an Egyptian-inspired motif. A vase with similar colors and decoration is pictured in: “Tiffany at Auction” by Alastair Duncan, New York: Rizzoli, 1981, p. 17, #19.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: 1271 L.C. Tiffany Favrile 1696
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York “Tel el Amarna” Vase

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Green and White Glass Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile green and white vase in a gourd form, featuring green and yellow pulled feather decoration and iridescent blue gilt highlights. A similar vase is pictured in: “Louis Comfort Tiffany: Artist for the Ages” by Marilynn A. Johnson, London: Scala Publishers Ltd., 2005, p. 171. cat. 75.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Signed “L.C.T. 6955A”.
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York  Favrile Green and White Glass Vase

Tiffany Studios Favrile Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York glass vase, featuring orange and golden Favrile glass decorated with an iridescent swirl design. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at Tiffany Furnaces in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects. A vase with similar decoration is pictured in: “The Tiffany Collection of the Chrysler Museum at Norfolk” by Paul E. Doros, Richmond, VA: W. M. Brown & son, Inc., 1978, p. 135, cat. no. 176.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: "L.C. Tiffany-Favrile”
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios Favrile Vase

Tiffany Studios “Cypriote” Miniature Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York glass “Cypriote” vase, featuring a mottled and multi-textured lava-like finish, with an uneven border. Cypriote is a textured glass achieved at Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company by rolling glass over a marble or iron surface covered with pulverized bits of the same glass. Its iridescence and bubbles resembled the decomposed surface of Roman glass discovered during archeological explorations on the island of Cyprus, hence its name. Lava glass evolved from Cypriote glass by using thicker, brighter glass and dripping golden glass irregularly over the surface. A similar vase is pictured in: “The Art of Glass: Art Nouveau to Art Deco” by Victor Arwas, London: Andreas Papadakis, 1996, p. 40, plate 50.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “R1837 L.C.T”
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios “Cypriote” Miniature Vase

Tiffany Studios Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York glass vase, featuring translucent and iridescent gold Favrile glass, decorated with abstract stripes and swirls. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at Tiffany Furnaces in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “L.C.T” and “F2021”
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios Vase

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile vase, featuring a rare and highly iridescent glass vase decorated with red, pink and mauve abstract swirls, accented with green highlights. The neck of this abstract patterned vase is finished with a gold iridescent collar. A vase with similar motif is pictured in: “Tiffany Glass” by Mario Amaya, New York: Walker and Company, 1967, p. 58.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “L.C.T. S2760”
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Vase

Tiffany Studios New York Bronze Inkwell and Pen tray

A Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze inkwell and pen tray with a golden Favrile glass insert. A similar inkwell and pen tray (Octopus, # 861) is pictured in “Tiffany Desk Set” by William R. Holland, Atgen, PA: Schiffer Books, 2008, page 234, figure 26-34.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Tiffany Studios 7719.” Favrile glass insert marked L.C.T.
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Bronze Inkwell and Pen tray

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Floriform Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass floriform vase with a bulbous bowl and elongated internal spiral twisted stem. The vase features a white pulled leaf motif outlined in deep orange/red with a white feathered swirl decoration which is also duplicated on the foot. A vase with a similar motif is pictured in: “Tiffany Favrile Glass and the Quest of Beauty” by Martin Eidelberg, New York: Lillian Nassau LLC, 2007, p. 43.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “07668 L.C.T.”
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Floriform Vase

Tiffany Wheel Carved Favrile Glass Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York wheel carved Favrile glass vase. The vase is globe shaped and features a band of red nasturtiums and green lily pads against an opalescent glass ground. A vase with similar motif is pictured in: “Louis Comfort Tiffany” by Jacob Baal-Teshuva, New York: Taschen, 2001, p. 287; and in: Alastair Duncan, “Louis C. Tiffany: The Garden Museum Collection”, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 2004, p. 245 (top left).

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “L.C. Tiffany-Favrile 4560B”.
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Wheel Carved Favrile Glass Vase

Pair of Tiffany Studios New York “Stalactite” Chandeliers

A pair of Tiffany Studios New York golden stalactite chandeliers with pulled iridescent gold feather decoration. A similar fixture is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models” by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 294, plate 1161.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
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Pair of Tiffany Studios New York “Stalactite” Chandeliers

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile decorated vase. This vase features pulled copper decoration with iridescent gold trim against a golden ivory ground. A vase with similar decoration is pictured in: “Louis C. Tiffany: Artist for the Ages” by Marilynn A. Johnson, London: Scala Publishers, Ltd., 2005, p. 229, cat. no. 131. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at Tiffany Furnaces in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “L.C.T. 12300” with original Tiffany Label
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York  Favrile Vase

Tiffany Studios New York “Paperweight” Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York “Paperweight” glass vase, featuring yellow daffodils with green stems. A similar vase is pictured in: “Louis Comfort Tiffany at Tiffany & Co.” by John Loring, New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2002, page 158.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “ L.C. Tiffany-Favrile 3316G”
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York  “Paperweight” Vase

Tiffany Studios New York Bronze Candelabrum

A Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze and favrile glass four-arm candelabrum. A similar candelabrum is pictured in: Alastair Duncan, “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club Ltd., 2007, p. 385, plate 1569, # 1265.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 8469
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Bronze Candelabrum

Tiffany Studios New York Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York favrile vase with pulled decoration. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at Tiffany Furnaces in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.T. N2871
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Vase

Tiffany Studios New York Glass Vase

An early Tiffany Studios New York favrile glass vase with pulled decoration. A vase with similar decoration is pictured in: “Louis C. Tiffany: Artist for the Ages”, by Marilynn A. Johnson, London: Scala Publishers, Ltd., 2005, p. 228, cat. 130.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Original “Tiffany” paper label
Circa: 1894
Tiffany Studios New York Glass Vase

Tiffany Studios “Flower-Form” Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York “Flower-Form” vase, featuring a green pulled-feather decoration on a cream ground. The vase has a goblet top and applied foot. A similar vase is pictured in: “Louis C. Tiffany: Rebel in Glass”, by Robert Koch (in Louis C. Tiffany: The Collected Works of Robert Koch, Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2001, p. 94).

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C. Tiffany-Favrile 8542B
Circa: 1910
Tiffany Studios “Flower-Form” Vase

Tiffany Studios Bronze Candelabrum

A Tiffany Studios New York glass and bronze candelabra, featuring six bobechés with inset iridescent Favrile glass jewels, set into a patinated bronze base. Includes removable extinguisher on the back side of the stem. A similar candelabrum is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models” by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 385, plate 1571, #1290.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios Bronze Candelabrum

“Nautilus” Tiffany Lamp With Scallop Base

A Tiffany Studios New York natural shell and bronze “Nautilus” desk lamp, featuring a polished iridescent nautilus shell atop a patinated bronze “Scallop” base. A similar lamp is pictured in: Alastair Duncan, “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club Ltd., 2007, p. 86, plate 334.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “Tiffany Studios New York 28630” Tiffany “Key” monogram
Circa: 1900
“Nautilus” Tiffany Lamp With Scallop Base

Bronze “Lily Pad” Mirror by Tiffany Studios

A Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze “Lily Pad” dressing mirror with a lily pad base and twisted vine frame. Pictured in “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: an illustrated reference to over 2000 models” by Alastair Duncan, page 402, plate 1633, #899.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Bronze “Lily Pad” Mirror by Tiffany Studios

“Tulip” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Tulip" table lamp. The shade features brilliant red tulips with green leaves against a blue ground and sits atop a gilt bronze “Mock Turtle” base. The flowers are recreated with stunning realism. In some cases, all six petals of some of the blossoms can be seen. The tulips are ingeniously overlapped to create the illusion of depth. Because of the sky blue ground on the upper portion of the shade and the earthy tones present throughout the lower apron, one has the impression of gazing at a tulip bed on a sunny afternoon. The lamp base and shade are pictured separately in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antiques Collectors’ Club Ltd.: base, p. 110, cat. 454, base # 587; shade, p. 179, cat. 682, shade # 1546. A similar shade is also pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany”, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press, 1970, p. 150, plate 212.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1910
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 587
“Tulip” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Studios “Pine Needle” Inkwell

Tiffany Studios New York square gilt-bronze "pine needle" inkwell with glass insert. Pictured in: William R. Holland, Tiffany Desk Sets, Atgen, PA: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2008, page 48, Fig. 2-3; and in Alastair Duncan, “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club Ltd., 2007, pp. 466-467, plates 1837 and 1842.

Artist: Tiffany Studios
Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 844
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios “Pine Needle” Inkwell

Art Nouveau Bronze and Favrile Glass Table Candelabrum by Tiffany.

An American Art Nouveau bronze and favrile glass mounted table candelabrum by Tiffany Studios New York. A similar candelabrum is pictured in: Alastair Duncan, “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club Ltd., 2007, p. 385, plate 1571.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Tiffany Studios New York
Circa: 1910
Art Nouveau Bronze and Favrile Glass Table Candelabrum by Tiffany.

Tiffany Studios New York Single Arm Wall Sconces

A pair of Tiffany Studios New York single arm wall sconces with green iridescent tulip shades with pulled decoration. A similar sconce is pictured in: Alastair Duncan, “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 2007, p. 345, # 1434.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Single Arm Wall Sconces

“Peacock” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York Peacock leaded glass and bronze table lamp. The peacock was one of Tiffany’s favorite motifs. Here, brilliantly colored peacock feathers against a rich purple ground create the pattern of the shade with the quills of the feathers prominently visible and the twenty peacock eyes arranged in two staggered rows. Brick borders of green and yellow mottled glass and a scalloped apron further decorate the shade which sits atop a patinated bronze “Peacock” base specially designed for it. The play of light through the mottled glass, with its regal color palate, imbues the shade with the iridescence and beguiling mystery of real peacock feathers. A similar lamp is pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press”, 1970, p. 139, plate 197. The shade is also pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antiques Collectors’ Club Ltd., p. 142, cat. 592, shade #1472. Provenance: Sotheby’s London, “The Elton John Collection, Volume III”, 7 September 1988, lot 619. Sotheby’s New York, 6 June 2003, lot 428.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1910
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 9449
“Peacock” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Favrile Paperweight “Daffodil” Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile paperweight glass “Daffodil” vase. A vase with similar decoration is pictured in: “Louis Comfort Tiffany at Tiffany & Co.”, by John Loring, New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2002, page 158.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: 3417 G L.C. Tiffany-Favrile
Circa: 1912
Tiffany Favrile Paperweight “Daffodil” Vase

Favrile “Paperweight” Tiffany Glass Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York favrile “paperweight” glass vase decorated with a band of white daisies with long green stems and enhanced with red accents. Circa 1900. A vase with similar decoration is pictured in: Louis C. Tiffany: The Collected Works of Robert Koch, Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2001, p. 106.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: 3076G L.C. Tiffany-Favrile
Circa: 1900
Favrile “Paperweight” Tiffany Glass Vase

“Dragonfly” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York glass and patinated bronze "Dragonfly" table lamp. The shade features blue dragonflies against a mottled green glass ground. The shade is further ornamented with white mottled glass geometric upper and lower borders and sits atop a patinated bronze decorated “cushion” base (no feet). A similar shade is pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany”, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press, 1970, p. 105, plate 153. A similar base is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 75, plates 292 and 293.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: “Tiffany Studios New York 25883”, and stamped with the Tiffany Studios Design & Decorating Co. monogram
“Dragonfly” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Studios New York “Abalone” Picture Frame

A Tiffany Studios New York “Abalone” frame. The frame is gilt bronze and decorated with an etched pattern. The corners are further ornamented with thin abalone shell disks. A similar pictured frame is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 470, plate 1855.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 1147
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York  “Abalone” Picture Frame

Tiffany Studios “Jack-in-the-Pulpit” Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York “Jack in the Pulpit” gold iridescent Favrile glass vase. One of Tiffany Studios’ best known and most popular Art Nouveau designs, the "Jack-in-the-Pulpit" flower-form vase is iridescent gold, shaded to purple/pink. A similar vase is pictured in “Louis Comfort Tiffany” by Jacob Baal-Teshuva, New York: Taschen, 2001, p. 281.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: 6083E
Tiffany Studios “Jack-in-the-Pulpit” Vase

"Gentian" Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Gentian" table lamp. The shade is composed of leaded green, blue and white glass featuring floral stalks enclosed in Gothic arches. The middle row of the flaring apron is comprised of a row of uncut green gems. The patinated bronze base features openwork floral stalk decoration. Pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany” by Egon Neustadt, p. 64, no. 90

Artist: tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 371

Glass “Paperweight” Tiffany Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York favrile glass “paperweight” vase, depicting a band of white daisies with green leaves. A similar vase is pictured in: “Louis Comfort Tiffany at Tiffany & Co.”, by John Loring, New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2002, page 158.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: 2989 G L. C. Tiffany - Favrille
Circa: 1900
Glass “Paperweight” Tiffany Vase

Tiffany Studios New York “Bouquet” Leaded Chandelier

A Tiffany Studios New York "Bouquet” leaded glass and patinated bronze chandelier. This particular shade has a remarkable range of multi-colored red peony blossoms on swirled blue and purple background with a beaded top and bottom rim. Circa 1900. A similar shade is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 216, plate 851. 

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York “Bouquet” Leaded Chandelier

Tiffany Studios New York Double Arm Wall Sconces

A pair of double armed patinated bronze “tulip” sconces. A similar sconce is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 354, plate 1469.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Double Arm Wall Sconces

Tiffany Studios New York Glass and Bronze “Peacock” Mirror

A Tiffany Studios New York glass and bronze “Peacock” mirror, featuring a finely sculpted patinated bronze base decorated with stylized peacock feathers, accented with multi-colored Favrile glass mosaic tiles. Pictured in: “Tiffany at Auction” by Alastair Duncan, p. 47, cat. no. 127, and “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware” by Alastair Duncan, page 402, plate # 1626.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 11434/898, and 3
Circa: 1910
Tiffany Studios New York Glass and Bronze “Peacock” Mirror

“Nautilus” Tiffany Desk Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York “Nautilus” table lamp. This lamp features a nautilus shell shade set within a gilt patinated bronze tendril vine base. The base is further decorated with iridescent glass cabochon jewels. A similar lamp is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antiques Collectors’ Club Ltd., p. 86, cat 333, base #402.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 402 - S1331
“Nautilus” Tiffany Desk Lamp

"Tulip" Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Tulip" leaded glass and bronze table lamp. The shade features a bouquet of yellow and orange tulips against a green ground. The shade sits atop a patinated bronze “Jacob’s Ladder” base. A similar shade is pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany”, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press, 1970, p. 149. A similar base is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 107, plate 431, #548.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 500
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 500

Blue Favrile Glass Vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany

A Tiffany Studios New York iridescent blue Favrile glass vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at Tiffany Furnaces in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: LC Tiffany Favrile 2429 H
Circa: 1900
Blue Favrile Glass Vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany

“Dogwood” Tiffany Floor Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Dogwood" leaded glass and patinated bronze floor lamp. The shade features a bouquet of pink, white and lavender dogwood blossoms against an amber and green mottled glass ground and is textured with Tiffany’s subtle use of rippled glass. It sits atop a decorated “Junior” floor base. A similar shade is pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany”, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press, 1970, p. 84; and in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 154. Circa 1900. Shade signed: ''Tiffany Studios New York 1504-3''. Base signed: ''Tiffany Studios New York 379''. Dimensions: 22'' diameter x 64'' high.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: TIffany Studios New York 379
“Dogwood” Tiffany Floor Lamp

“Peony” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York mottled glass and patinated bronze "Peony" floor lamp. The shade features a bouquet of crimson peony blossoms with green leaves against a light blue ground accented with mauve, golden, and blue highlights and sits atop a It sits atop a decorated “Junior” floor base. A similar shade is pictured in: “The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany”, by Martin Eidelberg, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Nancy A. McClelland, and Lars Rachen, New York: The Vendome Press, 2005, p. 21, plate 20. A similar base is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 85, plate 330.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 325
“Peony” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Studios New York Wood and “Cypriote” Glass Tobacco Box

A Tiffany Studios New York wood and Favrile glass humidor carved by Joseph Briggs. Here a segment of a tree branch has been transformed into a domestic appliance, one for use in an Edwardian gentleman’s library, “den,” or smoking room. The removal of the wood’s burls and of their replacement with conforming pieces of iridescent Cypriote glass provides an eye-catching effect. Provenance: Joseph Briggs; Briggs family, by descent; Howard and Paula Ellman; The Garden Museum Colleciton, Matsue, Japan. This humidor is pictured in: “Louis C. Tiffany: The Garden Museum Collection”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 2004, p. 356.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: A23614 L.C.T.
Tiffany Studios New York Wood and “Cypriote” Glass Tobacco Box

“Woodbine” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York “Woodbine” leaded table lamp. The shade sits on a four footed patinated ribbed mushroom base. A dash number (-) designates a special order shade. Similar “Woodbine” shade pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware, An Illustrated Reference to Over 2000 Models” by Alastair Duncan, p.128, plate #1423. Similar base also in Duncan, p. 72, plate #278.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: “Tiffany Studios New York 28618”
“Woodbine” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Studios New York “Nasturtium” Paperweight Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York “Nasturtium” Paperweight vase featuring purple nasturtium blossoms with green leaves set within a golden, translucent ground. Provenance: The Garden Museum Collection, Matsue, Japan. This vase is pictured in: “Louis C. Tiffany: The Garden Museum Collection”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 2004, p. 260.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.T R2032
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York “Nasturtium” Paperweight Vase

“Wire Mesh Poppy” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Wire Mesh Poppy" leaded glass and patinated bronze table lamp. The shade features red, orange, and yellow poppy blossoms in various stages of bloom and a band of green leaves against a mottled golden ground, evocative of sunlight. Wire mesh centers delineate the pistils and stamens of the blossoms in full bloom and wire mesh is also applied as the veining for the leaves. The shade is further decorated with a lower multicolored green and blue brick border and sits atop a patinated bronze ribbed “Mushroom” base. A similar shade (in different colors) are pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany”, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press, 1970, p. 96, plate 137. A similar base is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 161, plate 664.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 3602
“Wire Mesh Poppy” Tiffany Lamp

“Nautilus” Tiffany Lamp by Gudebrod

A Tiffany Studios New York “Nautilus” desk lamp that features a Nautilus shell suspended within a “Mermaid” base cast from a model by Louis Gudebrod. A similar lamp is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 86, plate 336.

Artist: Tiffany
“Nautilus” Tiffany Lamp by Gudebrod

"Favrile" Tiffany Studios Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass and bronze desk lamp, featuring a green “Damascene” shade with iridescent decoration suspended from within a decorated “Harp” base in a china red patina. A similar lamp is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 88, plate 347.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 418

Tiffany Lighted Candelabra

A pair of Tiffany Studios New York glass and bronze electrified candelabra, each one featuring; four iridescent white and green Favrile glass shades with a “Pulled Feather” decoration atop a patinated bronze candelabra. Pictured in “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models” by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p.384, plate #1291, on photo number 1566.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 1291
Tiffany Lighted Candelabra

Tiffany Studios New York Bronze Tri-Armed Sconces

A pair of Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze 3-light sconces with golden Favrile glass shades. A similar sconce is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 338, plate 1369.

Artist: TIffany
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Bronze Tri-Armed Sconces

“Nautilus” Tiffany Desk Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York ‘Nautilus’ desk lamp with a nautilus shell suspended with in a decorated patinated bronze “Shell” base. Circa 1900. A similar lamp is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 86, plate 331.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York S1544
“Nautilus” Tiffany Desk Lamp

Tiffany Bronze and Glass Floor Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze and Favrile glass floor lamp the lamp features a green Damascene shade with iridescent decoration suspended within a harp base. Similar base and shade are pictured separately in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988. Base: p. 210, plate 821; shade: p. 212, plate 832.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York
Tiffany Bronze and Glass Floor Lamp

"Favrile" Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze and Favrile glass desk lamp featuring a green “Damascene” shade with iridescent decoration atop a decorated four-footed urn base. A similar shade and base are pictured separately in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, shade: p. 96, plate 318; base: p. 28, plate 71.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900

"Favrile" Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass and patinated bronze table lamp, featuring an iridescent green shade carved in a fern leaf pattern atop a patinated bronze three-armed base. Tiffany celebrated nature in his Favrile glass lighting and often looked to natural elements like the fern leaf, the spider’s web, the clinging vine, rippling water and feathers for inspiration. A similar shade and base are pictured separately in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, shade: p. 96, plate 381; base: p. 59, plate 214.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1903
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 322” and “S162

Tiffany Studios “Pine Needle” Humidor

A Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze green Favrile glass humidor in a “pine needle” motif by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A similar humidor is pictured in: “Tiffany Desk Sets”, by William R. Holland, Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 2008, p. 67, figure 2-56.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 1026
Circa: 1900
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Tiffany Studios “Pine Needle” Humidor

"Cherry Blossom" Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Cherry Blossom"* glass and bronze table lamp. The shade features green branches with pink and white cherry blossoms. The tonality of the leaves ranges from dense, deep greens at the crown to lighter greens below. Much of the leaf glass is fibrillated, thus producing a delicate, verdant radiance. The predominantly white blossoms are lightest at the irregular lower border. Higher up, they are interspersed with pink flowers which proliferate as they approach the crown. The darker pink, red-speckled petals are made of a vividly transparent glass which is either knobby or rippled in texture. The flower centers are a transparent yellow. The shade sits atop a patinated bronze tree trunk base and is specially designed to fit it. The patinated bronze openwork crown lattice at the top of the shade resembles tree branches and is a direct extension of the base. Tiffany loved flowering trees. Flowering cherry trees grew on the grounds of his Laurelton Hall estate and appear as a motif in many of his windows and lamps. The spreading “Cherry Blossom” lamp is the most stunning and realistic tree shape that Tiffany ever produced. Its intricacy and delicacy imbue the piece with radiant beauty and give it marked significance within the world of Tiffany lamps. It is pictured in numerous publications on Tiffany including: “The Lamps of Tiffany Studios” by William Feldstein, Jr. and Alastair Duncan, P. 108-109. “Louis C.Tiffany’s Glass, Bronzes, & Lamps: A Complete Collector’s Guide”, by Robert Koch, P. 132, Plate 209. “Louis C. Tiffany: The Garden Museum Collection”, by Alastair Duncan, P. 285. “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An Illustrated Reference to Over 2000 Models”, by Alastair Duncan, P. 69. “The Lamps of Tiffany”, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, Pp 201-204.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 553

Tiffany Favrile Glass Vase with Intaglio Carved Leaf Decoration

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany with intaglio carved leaf decoration on an iridescent gold ground. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at Tiffany Furnaces in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects. A loving cup with a similar leaf motif is pictured in: “Louis Comfort Tiffany: Artistry in Glass, The Seymour and Evelyn Holtzman Collection of Tiffany Lamps, Glassware and Metalware”, by the Boca Raton Museum of Art, 2007, p. 72.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: 8705H L.C.Tiffany-Favrile
Circa: 1913
Tiffany Favrile Glass Vase with Intaglio Carved Leaf Decoration

Tiffany Studios "Nasturtium" Chandelier

A Tiffany Studios New York "Nasturtium" lamp. This irregular border shade features vivid red, orange and purple nasturtium blossoms surrounded by green leaves set against a confetti and string glass ground. The rare combination of glass found in this lamp is a direct reference to Tiffany’s art glass, usually vases that are smaller in size and almost never illuminated. The shade is further enhanced with iridescent glass and fully formed paperweight flowers. The latter requires elaborate glass making techniques, and is almost never found in Tiffany lamps. A similar shade is pictured in: “The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany”, by Martin Eidelberg, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Nancy A. McClelland and Lars Rachen, New York: The Vendome Press, 2005, p. 125, plate 26.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios

Leaded “Nautilus” Tiffany Lamp by Gudebrod

A Tiffany Studios New York Nautilus glass and bronze table lamp. The lamp features a mottled glass “Nautilus” shell made up of individual glass tiles that graduate in color from green to white and sits atop a patinated bronze”Mermaid” base. The base was designed by the American sculptor Louis A. Gudebrod for Tiffany. Tiffany’s glass “Nautilus” shell design was first displayed at the Paris World’s Fair 1900. A similar lamp is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 86, plate 335.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Gudebrod” and “Tiffany Studios New York 25894”
Leaded “Nautilus” Tiffany Lamp by Gudebrod

“Flowering Dogwood” Tiffany Lamp

A highly rare Tiffany Studios New York “Flowering Dogwood” lamp with a landscape effect of changing color around the shade. The shade is covered in multi-hued flowers criss-crossed by branches, against a luminous royal blue background, with two bands of rectangular rippled green-glass tiles running around the lower rim. The shade incorporates many different colors - with blue/green and cream/white being the strongest - and plays off the contrast between confetti (fractured) glass and mottled glass. A similar shade and base are pictured separately in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 198. Shade: p. 72, plate 279; base: p. 77, plate 298.

Artist: Tiffany Studios
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 359
“Flowering Dogwood” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Studios New York “Favrile” Glass Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York “Favrile” glass vase in swirled iridescent colors meant to evoke the glass of Antiquity. A vase with similar decoration (in different colors) is pictured in: “Tiffany Glass”, by Mario Amaya, New York: Walker and Company, 1967, p. 58. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.T. 6783 B and original paper label
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York “Favrile” Glass Vase

Tiffany Studios New York American “Lava” Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York American Art Nouveau “Lava” vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A visit to Mount Etna in Sicily during one of its eruptions is said to have inspired Tiffany to capture in glass the force and beauty of the molten volcanic flows and basaltic rock formations that he observed there. The free-form abstract drippings of gold molten glass and the speckled blue and gold ground recreate the naturalistic effects of flowing lava and make this vase an exceptional example of the form. Circa 1908. Provenance: The Garden Museum Collection, Matsue, Japan This vase is pictured in: “A Selection of 300 Works From Louis C. Tiffany Garden Museum”, by Takeo Horiuchi, Japan: Greco Corporation Fine Art Department, 2001, p. 250. A similar piece is also in the collection of the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk, VA: “The Tiffany Collection of the Chrysler Museum at Norfolk”, by Paul E. Doros, Richmond, VA: W. M. Brown & son, Inc., 1978, p. 70, plate 69.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C. Tiffany Favrile 9166C
Circa: 1908
Tiffany Studios New York American “Lava” Vase

“Spider” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Spider" leaded glass and patinated bronze table lamp. A patinated bronze spider finial sits atop the shade, its legs dividing its web into six panels. Each panel is comprised of mottled glass that graduates from green to white. The shade is integrated with a dark patinated bronze inverted “Mushroom” base. The botanically accurate grooved stem is intentionally designed to represent fungus. Circa 1900. A similar lamp is pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany”, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press, 1970, p. 73, plate 106.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 337
“Spider” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany “Daffodil” Leaded Glass Table Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Daffodil" leaded glass shade featuring a bouquet of daffodil flowers with mottled green leaves and stems branching down from the top of the shade and set against a mottled golden ground atop a mock turtle back base. The shade is further decorated with a two-tone green and gold mottled glass brick border. A similar shade and base are pictured separately in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, shade: p. 153, plate 634; base: p. 110, plate 454. The shade is also pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany”, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press, 1970, p. 106, plate 154.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 587
Tiffany “Daffodil” Leaded Glass Table Lamp

Rare Decorated Favrile glass “Window” vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany

A Tiffany Studios New York rare decorated Favrile glass “Window” vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A vase decorated wih a similar motif is pictured in: “Tiffany Favrile Glass and the Quest of Beauty”, by Martin Eidelberg, New York: Lillian Nassau LLC, 2007, p. 24, plate 22. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: 4204N L.C.Tiffany-Inc. Favrile
Circa: 1926
Rare Decorated Favrile glass “Window” vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany

“Nautilus” Tiffany Desk Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York gilt bronze and Abalone “Nautilus” table lamp. The lamp features an actual nautilus shell suspended within a gilt bronze base. The base is further decorated by a band of abalone shell “jewels”. A similar lamp is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 86, plate 333.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
“Nautilus” Tiffany Desk Lamp

Tiffany Gold and Yellow Opalescent "Turtleback" Tile Chandelier

Louis Comfort Tiffany selected turtleback chandeliers such as this one for his living room at Laurelton Hall, his famed country residence. In many ways the aesthetic opposite of his flowered lamps, these hanging lights exude a simple, strong, masculine energy. This light is comprised of 20 large turtleback tiles in sunset tones of gold and yellow, and is accented by a beaded trim and oversize cap and chain to complete the design. Reference: “The Lost Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany”, by Hugh F. McKean, page 124.

Artist: Tiffany Studios
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Gold and Yellow Opalescent

Tiffany Studios New York Glass and Bronze Desk Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass and patinated bronze desk lamp. The shade features 3 bell shaped golden Favrile shades with quilted decoration suspended from a decorated patinated bronze “Newell Post” base. A similar lamp is pictured in: “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 55, plate 188.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 309
Tiffany Studios New York Glass and Bronze Desk Lamp

Tiffany Studios New York Decorated Favrile Glass “Stalactite”

A Tiffany Studios New York decorated Favrile glass “Stalactite” shade. The shade features a band of yellow and white applied water flowers with delicately carved pistils and stamens. The flowers are surrounded by lily pad and vine motif against an iridescent gold ground. The shade hangs elegantly from a patinated bronze pole and chain suspension fixture. Tiffany decorated the Fountain Court in his Laurelton Hall home with as series of “Stalactite” shades with similar water flower decoration. A similar shade is pictured in: “The Lamps of Tiffany”, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press, 1970, p. 47, plate 60.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Decorated Favrile Glass “Stalactite”

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass vase with red, green and gold pulled feather decoration against an iridescent green and gold ground by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A similar vase is pictured in: “The Tiffany Collection of the Chrysler Museum at Norfolk”, by Paul E. Doros, Richmond, VA: W. M. Brown & son, Inc., 1978, p. 39, cat. no. 43.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: X1210
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Vase

Blue “Favrile” Glass and Bronze Tiffany Lamp

A set of three Tiffany Studios New York iridescent blue “Favrile” glass shades with swirled decoration suspended from a patinated bronze “Wilson” base with a twisted stem. Pictured in “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware, An Illustrated Reference to Over 2000 Models” by Alastair Duncan, p. 64, plate 240.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 339
Blue “Favrile” Glass and Bronze Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Studios “Turtleback Tile” Table Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Turtleback Tile” leaded glass and patinated bronze table lamp. The mottled gold glass geometric shade is enhanced by a band of gold iridescent “Turtleback” tiles and rests upon an adjustable, patinated bronze, Cat’s Paw base, A similar shade and base are pictured separately in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988. Shade: p. 150, plate 624; base: p. 82, plate 316.

Artist: Tiffany Studios
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 9939
Tiffany Studios “Turtleback Tile” Table Lamp

Tiffany Green Opalescent "Turtleback" Tile Chandelier

A Tiffany Studios New York Turtleback Chandelier. In many ways the aesthetic opposite of his flowered lamps, these hanging lights exude a simple, strong, masculine energy. This chandelier is comprised of 12 large turtleback tiles in tones of green, red and yellow, is accented by 18 additional turtle back insets and oversize cap and chain to complete the design. Louis Comfort Tiffany selected turtleback chandeliers such as this one for his living room at Laurelton Hall, his famed country residence. Circa 1900.  A similar chandelier is pictured in: “The Lost Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany”, by Hugh F. McKean, page 124. 

Artist: Tiffany Studios
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Green Opalescent

Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York iridescent decorated gold pinched Favrile glass vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at Tiffany Furnaces in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.T B308
Circa: 1912
Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Vase

Tiffany Studios Gilt Ten-Light Lily Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York gilt bronze and Favrile glass "Ten-Light Lily" lamp with ten golden Favrile glass “lily” shades suspended above a gilt bronze “Lilypad” base. Although American, Tiffany participated fully in the French Art Nouveau movement. He exhibited at the World’s Fairs in Paris and Turin, where his “Lily” lamp won widespread acclaim. Praised for its elegance and its lily blossom shades, blown thin to have the silken touch of flower petals, Tiffany’s “Lily” lamp has been called the “Aristocrat of the Garden.” A similar lamp is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 80, plate 310.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 381
Tiffany Studios Gilt Ten-Light Lily Lamp

Tiffany Studios “Swirling Lemon Leaf” Table Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Swirling Lemon Leaf" glass and bronze table lamp. The shade sits atop an Art Nouveau stick base. A similar shade is pictured in: Louis Comfort Tiffany, by Jacob Baal-Teshuva, New York: Taschen, 2001, p. 163. A similar base is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 75, plate 293.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 532
Tiffany Studios “Swirling Lemon Leaf” Table Lamp

“Acorn” Tiffany Studios Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York “Acorn” glass and bronze table lamp. The shade features a golden/orange and yellow acorn vine against a mottled golden/orange glass geometric ground and sits atop a bronze three-armed “Penguin” base. A similar shade and base are pictured separately in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988. Shade: p. 105, plate 423; base: p. 98, plate 388.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 461
“Acorn” Tiffany Studios Lamp

“Cypriot” Vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany

A large Tiffany Studios New York iridescent Favrile glass “Cypriote” vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A similar vase is pictured in: Tiffany at Auction, by Alastair Duncan, New York: Rizzoli, 1981, p. 16, cat. no. 15.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.T. K1371
Circa: 1900
“Cypriot” Vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany

Tiffany Studios New York “Tel el Amarna” Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York “Tel el Amarna” Favrile glass vase with an iridescent blue body and a brilliant cobalt blue foot and rim featuring an Egyptian-inspired grey and white “Tel el Amarna” motif. Similary decorated vases are pictured in: The Art of Louis Comfort Tiffany, by Tessa Paul, New York: Exeter Books, 1987, p. 75.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.Tiffany-Favrile 1886E
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York “Tel el Amarna” Vase

"Three-Light Lily" Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York glass and bronze three-light “Lily” desk lamp, featuring three golden iridescent Favrile “Lily” shades suspended from an adjustable decorated gold doré patina bronze base. A similar lamp is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 55, plate 185.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios, New York 306

Tiffany Studios “American Indian” Letter Knife

A Tiffany Studios New York bronze “American Indian” Letter Knife. A similar letter knife is pictured in: Tiffany Desk Treasures: A Collector’s Guide, by George A. Kemeny and Donald Miller, New York: Hudson Hills Press, 2002, p. 55, plate 37.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1910
Tiffany Studios  “American Indian” Letter Knife

“Stalactite” Tiffany Chandelier

A Tiffany Studios New York Stalactite chandelier with iridescent gold pulled decoration on an iridescent white, gold and silver ground. A similar shade is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 295, plate 1165.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
“Stalactite” Tiffany Chandelier

“Smokers” Tiffany Floor Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass and bronze "Smoker’s" harp floor lamp, featuring a green iridescent Damascene shade suspended within a patinated bronze “Smoker’s” floor base. The base accommodates three special attachments which includes a bronze ashtray, a round wooden glass holder and a bronze magazine rack. Circa 1900. A similar lamp is pictured in: "Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models", by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 212, plate 833.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 582
“Smokers” Tiffany Floor Lamp

Tiffany Studios New York Glass Vase with Peacock Feather Motif

A Tiffany Studios New York iridescent Favrile glass vase decorated with a peacock feather motif in blues and green. A vase with similar motif is pictured in: “Tiffany Favrile Glass and the Quest of Beauty”, by Martin Eidelberg, New York: Lillian Nassau LLC, 2007, p. 48, plate 56.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Glass Vase with Peacock Feather Motif

Tiffany Studios New York Art Nouveau Favrile Glass Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Art Nouveau favrile glass vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany. Gold iridescence over a green background featuring five applied ‘blossom’ prunts. Favrile is the trade name Tiffany gave to his blown art glass. The name derives from the Latin word fabrilis, meaning “made by hand.” The technique was developed at the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company in the mid-1890s using filaments from batches of differently colored glass and working the material while the glass was still molten. Ornamentation was added before the piece had its final shape, so that the decoration became fully integrated into the vessel. The technique was used in both decorative vases and functional pieces such as tableware (bowls, goblets, carafes) and lamp shades. Tiffany intended the favrile designation as a guarantee to current customers and future collectors of the fine quality of these objects. A similar vase is pictured in: The Tiffany Collection of the Chrysler Museum at Norfolk, by Paul E. Doros, Richmond, VA: W. M. Brown & son, Inc., 1978, p. 117, cat. no. 115.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: LCT D661
Circa: 1900's
Tiffany Studios New York Art Nouveau Favrile Glass Vase

“Acorn” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Acorn" floor lamp featuring a brick pattern design containing mottled green glass with a center band of mottled orange ‘acorns’. The shade is resting within a patinated bronze five-footed harp base. A similar shade and base are pictured separately in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988. Shade: p. 125, plate 527 ; base: p. 210, plate 820.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 423 H
“Acorn” Tiffany Lamp

“DogWood” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Dogwood" glass and bronze table lamp. The shade is comprised of white dogwood blossoms with green leaves and yellow centers against a sky blue confetti glass ground. The carefully applied confetti glass, a band of mottled green glass, and the rare irregular border give the the lamp added luminescence and delicacy, as if it were made from real dogwood blossoms. The shade sits atop a patinated bronze “Tyler” base. The lamp base is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antiques Collectors’ Club Ltd., p. 77, fig. 298, base # 368.

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 368
“DogWood” Tiffany Lamp

"Counter Balance" Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass and patinated bronze desk lamp with an iridescent gold Favrile glass “Damsacene” shade suspended from a patinated bronze “Counterbalance” base. A similar shade and base are pictured separately in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988. Shade: p. 87, plate 342; base: p. 87, plate 344.

Artist: TIffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 415

Tiffany Studios New York Glass “Peacock” Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass “Peacock” vase with iridescent pulled decoration stylized to look like peacock feathers by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A vase with similar decoration is pictured in: Tiffany Favrile Glass and the Quest of Beauty, by Martin Eidelberg, New York: Lillian Nassau LLC, 2007, p. 46.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: 01026 with original Tiffany Glass and Decorating Co. monogrammed label
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Glass “Peacock” Vase

Tiffany Studios New York “Tel el Amarna” Glass Pedestal Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Art Nouveau Favrile glass pedestal vase. Iridescent sepia body with iridescent gold shoulders featuring a sage-green and beige ‘Tel el Armana” motif. A similar vase is pictured in: Louis Comfort Tiffany at Tiffany & Co., by John Loring, New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2002, p. 160.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.Tiffany Favrile #2711M
Tiffany Studios New York “Tel el Amarna” Glass Pedestal Vase

Tiffany Studios New York Bronze and Mother of Pearl “Abalone” Desk Set

A Tiffany Studios New York gilt bronze and abalone 22 piece “Abalone” desk set by Louis Comfort Tiffany comprised of four blotter corners, a pair of book ends, large and small ink stands, letter opener, double-sided letter rack, two-tier letter rack, notepad, paper clip, stamp box, pen tray, scale and two blotter ends. A similar set is pictured in: Tiffany Desk Sets, by William R. Holland, Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 2008, p. 114, plate 5-19.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: TIffany Studios New York with model numbers
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Bronze and Mother of Pearl “Abalone” Desk Set

“Twelve-Light Lily” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass and gilt bronze table lamp . The lamp is comprised of twelve-light "Lily" lamp with 12 golden Favrile glass “Lily” shades suspended above a gilt-bronze “Lily pad” base. Although American, Tiffany participated fully in the French Art Nouveau movement. He exhibited at the World’s Fairs in Paris and Turin, where his “Lily” lamp won widespread acclaim. Praised for its elegance, the “Lily” has been called the “Aristocrat of the Garden.” A similar lamp is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 80, plate 311.

Artist: Tiffany Studios
Circa: 1900
“Twelve-Light Lily” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Vase

An American Favrile glass vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany. A similar vase is pictured in: Tiffany Favrile Art Glass, by Moise S. Steeg, Jr., Atglen, PA: Schiffer, 1997, p. 144.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.TIFFANY-FAVRILE 6938
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Vase

Bronze Humidor by Tiffany Studios New York

A patinated bronze humidor by Tiffany Studios New York with cedar lining and interior cover with bronze knop. A similar humidor is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 450, plate 1793; and in: Louis Comfort Tiffany at Tiffany & Co., by John Loring, New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 2002, p. 238.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 10001
Circa: 1900
Bronze Humidor by Tiffany Studios New York

"Dogwood Ball" Pair of Tiffany Lamps

A pair of Tiffany Studios New York "Dogwood Ball" leaded glass and bronze floor lamps on tripod-form "Vinson" floor bases. Circa 1905. A similar shade and base are pictured separately in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988. Shade: p. 166, plate 679; base: p. 208, plate 807. Provenance Grand Hôtel, Stockholm, Sweden Presented to an employee of the Grand Hôtel, circa 1920 Thence by descent to the present owner These magnificent floor lamps were part of the interior furnishings of the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm in the early twentieth century. The hotel was founded by French Chef Régis Cadier in 1874, and remains today one of the premiere hotels in Europe. In 1898 the interior of the hotel was renovated by leading architects, Thure Stenberg and Ludvig Peterson, who had previously worked in the United States. These floor lamps remained until the early 1920s, at which time the hotel underwent a major renovation to the Swedish Grace style, and the lamps were gifted to a hotel staff member. They have remarkably descended in the same family to the present date (2014), remaining together as a pair. Both shades signed: ''TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK''. One base signed: ''S1077/378/ TIFFANY STUDIOS/NEW YORK''. Dimensions: 67½'' high. Diameter of shades: 9?''

Artist: Tiffany
Circa: 1905
Base Signed: S1077/378/ TIFFANY STUDIOS/NEW YORK

“Venetian” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Venetian" glass and bronze desk lamp with geometric and floral motif in yellow, blue, red, and green hues. A similar lamp is pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 102, plate 403.

Artist: tiffany
Circa: 1900
“Venetian” Tiffany Lamp

“Dragonfly” Tiffany Lamp

A Tiffany Studios New York "Dragonfly" leaded glass and patinated bronze table lamp. The shade sits on a patinated bronze “Tyler” base and features green and yellow dragonflies that adorn an amber background. Circa 1900. A similar shade is pictured in: The Lamps of Tiffany, by Dr. Egon Neustadt, New York: The Fairfield Press, 1970, p. 102, plate 148. A similar base is pictured in: Louis Comfort Tiffany, by Jacob Baal-Teshuva, New York: Taschen, 2001, p. 162.

Artist: tiffany
Circa: 1900
Base Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 4481
“Dragonfly” Tiffany Lamp

Tiffany Studios “Grapevine” Inkwell

Tiffany Studios New York square patinated bronze "grape vine" inkwell with glass insert. Pictured in: William R. Holland, Tiffany Desk Sets, Atgen, PA: Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2008, page 48, Fig. 2-3; and in Alastair Duncan, “Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models”, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club Ltd., 2007, pp. 466-467, plates 1837 and 1842.

Artist: Tiffany Studios
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios “Grapevine” Inkwell

Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Flower Form Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York Favrile glass flower form vase by Louis Comfort Tiffany. This floriform vase features a gold iridescent interior and green pulled feather decoration over a milky ground. A similar vase is pictured in: Louis C. Tiffany: Artist for the Ages, by Marilynn A. Johnson, London: Scala Publishers, Ltd., 2005, p. 143, cat. no. 47.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.T. W2070
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Favrile Glass Flower Form Vase

Crab Inkwell by Tiffany Studios

A Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze crab inkwell. A Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze crab inkwell,featuring a naturalistic blue point crab with articulated top shell and an oyster shell inkwell held in its claws. A similar piece is pictured in Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge, Suffolk: Antiques Collectors’ Club Ltd., p. 430, cat. 1710, #856.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: Tiffany Studios New York 85619
Circa: 1900
Crab Inkwell by Tiffany Studios

Tiffany Studios New York “Scarab” Inkwell

A Tiffany Studios New York patinated bronze “Scarab” inkwell, featuring three sculpted beetles surrounding the inkwell. Pictured in: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models, by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors’ Club, 1988, p. 430.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “Tiffany Studios New York 29234” and stamped with the Tiffany Glass & Decorating Co. monogram
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York “Scarab” Inkwell

Tiffany Studios New York “Jack-in-the-Pulpit” Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York glass “Jack-in-the-Pulpit” vase. One of Tiffany Studios’ best known and most popular Art Nouveau designs, the “Jack-in-the-Pulpit” flower-form vase is iridescent gold, shaded to purple/pink, and edged in the curved areas with light tones. The edges of the bloom have an onion finish. A similar vase is pictured in: Tiffany Favrile Art Glass, by Moise S. Steeg, Jr., Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 1997, p. 56.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: “L.C.T. Y5006” with paper label
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York “Jack-in-the-Pulpit” Vase

Tiffany Studios New York Glass “Gooseneck” Sprinkler Vase

A Tiffany Studios New York decorated Favrile glass rose water sprinkler vase. This “gooseneck” design is considered one of Tiffany’s most original and delicate forms. A similar sprinkler is pictured in: Tiffany Favrile Art Glass, by Moise S. Steeg, Jr., Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., 1997, p. 33.

Artist: Tiffany
Signed: L.C.Tiffany - Favrile W2714
Circa: 1900
Tiffany Studios New York Glass “Gooseneck” Sprinkler Vase
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