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Tiffany Studios Blue Tel-El-Amarna Vase

Tiffany Studios Blue and Black decorated Tel-El-Amarna Vase. This is a very rare Tiffany vase, in excellent condition. It is signed L.C. Tiffany Favrile 5024N with original paper label. It shows an exquisite color of brilliant blue on the body, and a black decorated neck with a blue Tel- El-Amarna design on the neck. It has white casing, and a button pontil. Measurements 8″ h. x 4 1/2″ Diam. Tel-El-Amarna vases were inspired by ancient Egyptian vessels from archaeological sites that Tiffany visited in 1878. They take their name from the site of the excavations of Pharoah Akhenaten’s capital in Middle Egypt. Decoration was minimal confined to simple patterns at the neck. The style is sometimes called Egyptian Decorated.

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Tiffany Studios, favrile glass Tel El Amarna Vase

Tiffany Studios, tiffany favrile glass iridiscent amber carmel glass,or brown, (as described in The Art of Louis Comfort Tiffany by Paul Doros)P. 175) with blue rainbow iridescence around neck. Wonderful colors. Measuring 8″ h. x 4″ w. signed.L.C. Tiffany favrile 8721G An identical tiffany vase is in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. A similar vase was exhibited in 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco. There is a vase of the same shape and design in The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, Winter Park, Florida.

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Tiffany Studios Tiffany Pottery Vase, antique ceramic

Beautiful and unusual Tiffany Studios bisque Pottery vase, original and authentic, of cylindrical form with pinched and shaped rim decorated with pendant plum branches, green glazed interior, signed L.C.T. 7, 10 1/8″ h. x 4 1/2″ diam. A similar vase pictured in Louis C. Tiffany, Rebel in Glass, by Koch. P. 184 A similar item in the collection of Chrysler Museum, The glazes of Tiffanys pottery were made in complementary earth tones: ivory, beige, ochre, brown and green. This vase has a lightly transparent old ivory glaze that accentuates the relief detailing on the white semi- porcelainous clay body beneath it.  Inquire to Linda
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Tiffany Studios, Tiffany favrile glass Floriform Vase

Beautiful tiffany glass Floriform decorated vase, circa 1907, inscribed L.C. Tiffany Favrile T 390 measuring 12″ h. x 4 1/2″ w. diam. of foot. It is decorated with green pulled feather design on a opalescent ground with a green stem, with striations at the bottom of the stem, and amper and opalescent foot.

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Tiffany Studios Cameo desk lamp

Tiffany Studios Counterbalance Lamp, unusual original decorated Tiffany glass favrile shade, carved with two insects, in a web design, inscribed L.C.T. Favrile, base impressed Tiffany Studios New York. height 15″, diam. of shade 7″ A similar shade is illustrated in The Lamps of Tiffany, Neustadt, p.42, ill. 49. When the shade light is on, the shade web design appears gold. When the light is off, the web design appears silver.

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Tiffany Studios, Tiffany Glass favrile Vase Cypriote

Tiffany Studios, Tiffany favrile glass Cypriote Vase. Double gourd form, signed L.C. Tiffany favrile 3071P, with the original Tiffany paper label, measuring 5″ h. x 4 1/2″ w. Unusual shape. Description: In the Cypriote technique, Tiffany sought to simulate glass excavated from archaeological sites on Cyprus. To replicate the surfaces of buried artifacts, particles of metallic oxides were applied to a mass of molten glass. This created a chemical reaction that pitted the surface of the glass when it was held to a flame. A gather of molten glass was rolled over a steel plate covered in pulverized silica rock, a process which also pitted its surface.

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Tiffany Studios, Arrowhead Lamp

Tiffany Studios Arrowhead or Arrowroot Table Lamp, favrile glass. Original antique authentic tiffany lamp. This lamp is referred as “Arrowhead”, in The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany, by Eidelberg. (P.174) It is referred to as “Arrowroot”, in the Lamps of Tiffany, by Neustadt (P. 99) pictured in both books. Diam. of Shade 20 3/4″, height of Lamp 25 1/4″ with all original glass and hardware, in very good condition. Shade with original small early tag, impressed “Tiffany Studios” and base impressed Tiffany Studios, N.Y. 528. As described in The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Eidelberg, “Arrowhead is a native aquatic plant whose distinctive trefoil leaves and small white flowers are often seen in ponds. At the turn of the century many designers were attracted to the decorative possibilities that this plant suggested. Tiffany used arrowhead plants in relief on mosaic bases,and other tiffany items. The symmetrical nature of the leaves and central flower-bearing stem frequently inspired heraldic designs such as this one, with leaves splayed in repetitive fashion and the flowers often tucked beneath and alongside the leaves. This shade was designed about l904, at which time it was illustrated in the companies booklet Bronze Lamps. It was cited again in the 1906 price list but was discontinued by 1910”. As described in The Lamps of Tiffany, Neustadt “In the Arrowroot, an oddly formed plant is treated in an unusual fashion. The roots stripped to their essential shape are strongly lined in shades of green shot through with white and yellow. These roots, the source of tapioca, are not shown growing from the ground, although the adjacent brownish aea may well represent the soil The roots are seen surrounded by the yellow-centered brilliant white flowers they helped to bring to bloom The flower stems are indicated by the design of heavy, leaded lines descending from the aperture. The blue sky at the top quarter of the shade adds another naturalistic note. Blue also serves to frame the aperture. The shade is an extremely effective formal rendering of this plant. Instead of attempting an exact imitation, the artist has succeeded in the more difficult endeavor of symbolically spreading before us the entire life cycle of the arrowroot.”  Inquire to Linda

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Tiffany Studios Candlelamps, Pair

Tiffany Studios Candlelamps, Pair

Beautiful Tiffany Studios Candlelamps,favrile glass and gilt bronze, shade and base engraved L.C.T. with original burner knobs and hardware. Each shade holder molded “The Twilight” measuring 15 1/8″ h. with original gold iridescent favrile glass chimney, circa 1900. This version of the tiffany candle lamp with the chimney and wick and burner is the rarest of the tiffany candle lamp versions. Sold as a pair, or one can be purchased.  Inquire to Linda

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