Tiffany Lamps

Our extensive Tiffany lamp inventory features Art Nouveau Tiffany lamps from just before 1900 through the end of Tiffany Studios New York production in 1928. Our original antique Tiffany lamps are signed Tiffany Studios New York or Tiffany Furnaces, for lamps made from 1919-1928.
Together with Thomas Edison, Tiffany created decorative and stage lighting for New York's Lyceum Theater, the first in the world to have electric illumination.
He was also commissioned to decorate rooms at the White House and went on to create distinctive metalwork and blown-glass lighting as part of his elaborate interiors for New York homes. These events were the precursors to the leaded glass lamps that are recognized today as Tiffany lamps. Geometric Tiffany lamps reflect an Arts and Crafts style, while Tiffany lamps adorned with peonies, poppies, and daffodils evoke an Art Nouveau aesthetic. Tiffany "Moorish" chandeliers grew out of his fascination with Orientalism and the culture of the Middle East.
Tiffany Dragonfly lamps are both influenced by Japonism and Tiffany's close study of nature. Tiffany lily lamps, made with his golden iridescent "Favrile" glass, are a synthesis of naturalism and lighting as Modernist sculpture. We have the largest inventory of authentic antique Tiffany lamps for sale in the world. All of our Tiffany lamps as well as our entire antiques collection are available for viewing in our Madison Avenue gallery.

Tiffany Lamps

Our extensive Tiffany lamp inventory features Art Nouveau Tiffany lamps from just before 1900 through the end of Tiffany Studios New York production in 1928. Our original antique Tiffany lamps are signed Tiffany Studios New York or Tiffany Furnaces, for lamps made from 1919-1928.
Together with Thomas Edison, Tiffany created decorative and stage lighting for New York's Lyceum Theater, the first in the world to have electric illumination.
He was also commissioned to decorate rooms at the White House and went on to create distinctive metalwork and blown-glass lighting as part of his elaborate interiors for New York homes. These events were the precursors to the leaded glass lamps that are recognized today as Tiffany lamps. Geometric Tiffany lamps reflect an Arts and Crafts style, while Tiffany lamps adorned with peonies, poppies, and daffodils evoke an Art Nouveau aesthetic. Tiffany "Moorish" chandeliers grew out of his fascination with Orientalism and the culture of the Middle East.
Tiffany Dragonfly lamps are both influenced by Japonism and Tiffany's close study of nature. Tiffany lily lamps, made with his golden iridescent "Favrile" glass, are a synthesis of naturalism and lighting as Modernist sculpture. We have the largest inventory of authentic antique Tiffany lamps for sale in the world. All of our Tiffany lamps as well as our entire antiques collection are available for viewing in our Madison Avenue gallery.

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