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.
Our antique jewelry collection begins with Georgian diamond earrings, Georgian amethyst necklaces and Georgian brooches with "lover's eye" portraits. Our Victorian jewelry includes English Victorian love jewels such as Victorian snake jewelry, Victorian bloomed gold "regard" bracelets, and antique diamond engagement rings. Castellani Etruscan Revival gold chains, antique English mourning jewelry such as skull rings and "momento mori" rings round out our Victorian jewelry collection. Art Nouveau jewelry is our favorite antique jewelry. We love Lalique brooches, Wièse Renaissance Revival gold bracelets and Vever sapphire pendant necklaces. Also American Arts and Crafts rings by Marcus, Newark enamel pansy brooches. Edwardian jewelry and Art Deco jewelry is typified by Cartier platinum and diamond hanging earrings, Boucheron diamond pendants, Mauboussin rock crystal brooch and Marchak Paris Art Deco diamond engagement rings. Raymond Yard emerald earrings and Caldwell opal rings are classic Art Deco jewelry. Van Cleef and Arpels is very famous for their designs in different periods, so collectors looks for Van Cleef "mystery set" Art Deco ruby earrings, Van Cleef & Arpels "Angel Hair" gold and diamond necklaces, even VC&A gold watches. "Retro" jewelry employs industrial design in gold "tank tread" Cartier bracelets. As a term, antique jewelry is over 100 years old, estate jewelry means less than 100 years old. Examples of estate jewelry are a René Boivin citrine and gold ring, a Bulgari "Coin" Necklace, a Buccellati gold cuff bracelet, Harry Winston diamond cluster earrings. David Webb jewelry is the most whimsical of all Mid-Century Modern jewelry designers. Webb gold and enamel frog bracelets, Webb leopard cuffs, Webb enameled horse brooches. Cipullo "nail" gold bracelets were retailed as Cartier "nail" gold bracelets after 1972. A Marina Bulgari ring was signed "Marina B" to separate her estate jewelry from Bulgari estate jewelry. Seaman Schepps gold link bracelets with tiger's eye, Henry Dunay coral necklace with a jadeite jade drop and a Retro Chaumet Paris gold and ruby pin are also estate jewelry. We specialize in natural "no heat" Burmese ruby rings, untreated Burmese sapphire rings, Colombian emerald earrings from the Muzo emerald mines and Australian "Lightning Ridge" black opal Van Cleef and Arpels rings. We champion the estate jewelry of Pierre Sterlé, Jean Schlumberger enamel bracelets for Tiffany and Company, and Suzanne Belperron is our favorite estate jewelry designer. A Belperron "Yin Yang" "Fancy Vivid Yellow" diamond ring and Belperron gold and diamond earrings.
We love French Art Nouveau. Visit our Park 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.
A New Light on Tiffany: Clara Driscoll and the Tiffany Girls Author: Martin Eidelberg, Nina Gray, Margi Hofer
It has long been presumed that the lamps, windows, and other luxury objects produced by Tiffany Studios were designed exclusively by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933), the firm's founder and artistic director. A New Light on Tiffany presents new information highlighting the many women who played a crucial role in the design and creation of Tiffany's masterpieces, in particular, Clara Driscoll (1861-1944), head of Tiffany Studios' Women's Glass cutting ...
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