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tiffany art glass shades

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tiffany art glass shades

800.00

8 available

AA# S1073

Tiffany shades - Louis Comfort Tiffany Studios, 1885.

One might think that being born into such a notable family as Tiffany would encourage Louis Comfort Tiffany to join the family business, Tiffany & Co. But he was intent on making his own mark in the world, and established his own glassware firm in 1885, focusing on new glass manufacturing methods. Tiffany had patented an opalescent window glass several years earlier, which could be created by combining and manipulating several colors to produce a range of hues and 3D effects. Heavily influenced by the Arts & Crafts movement, Tiffany felt very strongly that nature should be the primary source of design inspiration, which can be seen in the brilliant colors and preference for glass with slight imperfections. Today, his designs are still highly sought-after, and represent some of the best glass manufacturing in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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