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Floral Fascination: Tiffany's "Lily" Lamps
Floral Fascination: Tiffany's "Lily" Lamps
Designs for Tiffany Lamps

The Lily Lamp was one of the first electrified Tiffany Lamps produced. 

The First Tiffany Lamps
The First Tiffany Lamps
Innovations in Leaded Glass

The Tiffany Lamp as we know it today was unveiled in 1899 at an exhibition in London, though light fixtures produced by Tiffany had been ...

Breaking Ground: The Tiffany Girls
Breaking Ground: The Tiffany Girls
Designs for Favrile Pottery

A select group of artists working under the direction of Louis Comfort Tiffany ...

Floral Fascination: Tiffany Glass Flower Forms
Floral Fascination: Tiffany Glass Flower Forms
Botanically Inspired Blown Glass

Cultivate a perennially blooming garden of Tiffany Favrile Glass ...

Designing for Tiffany: Agnes Northrop
Designing for Tiffany: Agnes Northrop
Innovations in Leaded Glass

As one of Louis Comfort Tiffany's most trusted designers, Agnes Northrop ...

Floral Fascination: Daffodils
Floral Fascination: Daffodils
Designs for Tiffany Lamps and Favrile Glass

The cheery yellow Daffodil was a favorite of Louis Comfort Tiffany, and was incorporated into a series of Tiffany Lamps and Favrile Glass vases ...

Rookwood's Glazes
Rookwood's Glazes

At the turn of the 20th century, Rookwood secured a place for American Art Pottery on the world's stage with their innovative glazes. 

Catalogue Highlight: Tiffany's Enamel Poppies
Catalogue Highlight: Tiffany's Enamel Poppies

Once part of the Heil collection at the Museum of Modern Art ...

Floral Fascination: Nasturtiums
Floral Fascination: Nasturtiums
Designs for Tiffany Lamps and Favrile Glass

The vibrant red flowers of the Nasturtium were a favorite of Louis Comfort Tiffany ...

Catalogue Highlight: An Early Tiffany Table
Catalogue Highlight: An Early Tiffany Table
A Rare Louis Comfort Tiffany Furniture Design

Hidden away for over a century as it descended through the family of the prestigious 19th century New Yorker ...

Tiffany Studios vs. Tiffany & Co.
Tiffany Studios vs. Tiffany & Co.

A tale of two Tiffany firms. 

Tiffany Tricks: Signatures
Tiffany Tricks: Signatures

When collecting Tiffany lamps and Favrile Glass, should one focus primarily on the signature?

Designing for Tiffany: Aquamarine Favrile Glass
Designing for Tiffany: Aquamarine Favrile Glass

Tiffany Studios introduced the Aquamarine line of Favrile Glass around 1914, about two decades after Louis Comfort Tiffany began ...

a period advertisement for Tiffany Studios showing a selection of Tiffany Lamps with leaded glass shades and blown Favrile Glass shades, in black and white.
Tiffany Tricks: Cracks in Leaded Glass

Cracks in a Tiffany Lamp may not be all they are cracked up to be. 

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