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Tiffany Favrile Glass
Early Decorated Vase

Tiffany Favrile Glass  Early Decorated Vase 1
Tiffany Favrile Glass  Early Decorated Vase 1
American, circa 1897
Height: 9 ¼ inches (23.5 cm)

This very early piece of blown Tiffany Favrile Glass dates from the late 1890s, a time when Louis Comfort Tiffany and Arthur Nash were experimenting with glass formulas and glass blowing techniques at the Tiffany complex in Corona, Queens. Favrile Glass Vases dating from this period tend to exhibit more loose and elaborate forms and decorative elements in addition to the use of rare colors, textures and finishes.

The decoration of this footed vase features swirling and scrolling motifs at the shoulder in a soft rainbow iridescence framed along the lower edge by a pulled metallic border. This unusual piece showcases some of the finishes for which Tiffany Glass would later become world renowned.
Tiffany Favrile Glass  Early Decorated Vase 2
Tiffany Favrile Glass  Early Decorated Vase 2
American, circa 1897
Height: 9 ¼ inches (23.5 cm)

This very early piece of blown Tiffany Favrile Glass dates from the late 1890s, a time when Louis Comfort Tiffany and Arthur Nash were experimenting with glass formulas and glass blowing techniques at the Tiffany complex in Corona, Queens. Favrile Glass Vases dating from this period tend to exhibit more loose and elaborate forms and decorative elements in addition to the use of rare colors, textures and finishes.

The decoration of this footed vase features swirling and scrolling motifs at the shoulder in a soft rainbow iridescence framed along the lower edge by a pulled metallic border. This unusual piece showcases some of the finishes for which Tiffany Glass would later become world renowned.
Tiffany Favrile Glass  Early Decorated Vase 3
Tiffany Favrile Glass  Early Decorated Vase 3
American, circa 1897
Height: 9 ¼ inches (23.5 cm)

This very early piece of blown Tiffany Favrile Glass dates from the late 1890s, a time when Louis Comfort Tiffany and Arthur Nash were experimenting with glass formulas and glass blowing techniques at the Tiffany complex in Corona, Queens. Favrile Glass Vases dating from this period tend to exhibit more loose and elaborate forms and decorative elements in addition to the use of rare colors, textures and finishes.

The decoration of this footed vase features swirling and scrolling motifs at the shoulder in a soft rainbow iridescence framed along the lower edge by a pulled metallic border. This unusual piece showcases some of the finishes for which Tiffany Glass would later become world renowned.




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