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Tiffany Lamps

Tiffany Studios New York, established in 1880 by Louis Comfort Tiffany, was a decorative arts company best known for its glass windows, lamps, mosaic installations, and luxury items, such as desk sets, using multi-colored, textured, opalescent glass to create a unique type of stained glass. By 1893, the Tiffany Glass Furnaces, as it was known as the time, created a blown glass, called Favrile glass, which is a signature construction for glass in a remarkable amount of designs. In 1895, Tiffany Studios New York began producing their renowned and highly collectible handmade stained-glass lamps, featuring the use of mosaics, often crafted in conjunction with designer, Clara Driscoll, who created each of the patterns for Tiffany lamps. Geometric lamps reflect an Arts & Crafts style, while lamps adorned with peonies, poppies, and daffodils evoke an Art Nouveau aesthetic. Tiffany chandeliers grew out of a fascination with Asian influence and the culture of the Middle East. Tiffany Studios New York Dragonfly lamps are influenced both by Japonisme and Louis Comfort Tiffany's close study of nature. Lily lamps, made with Tiffany's golden iridescent Favrile glass, are a synthesis of naturalism and lighting as Modernist sculpture. Macklowe Gallery's extensive Tiffany Studios New York lamp inventory features Art Nouveau lamps from Louis Comfort Tiffany just before 1900, through the end of Tiffany Studios New York production in 1928. We have the largest inventory of authentic antique Tiffany Studios New York lamps for sale in the world, and all of our Tiffany lamps, as well as our entire antiques collection, are also available for private viewing in our Park Avenue gallery, in Manhattan.