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Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

American, 1848-1933

Louis Comfort Tiffany was undoubtedly the most influential and accomplished American decorative artist in the decades that spanned the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Beyond glass, he worked in mediums that ranged from furniture and enameling to ceramics and metalware, with his Tiffany Studios producing highly collectible table lamps, vases, serveware and other objects.

The name Tiffany prompts thoughts of two things: splendid gifts in robin’s-egg blue boxes and exquisite stained glass. Charles Lewis Tiffany founded the former, and his son, Louis, is responsible for exemplars of the latter. 

By the time Louis Comfort Tiffany was born, the stationery and “fancy goods” emporium his father had established 11 years before had grown to become the most fashionable jewelry and luxury items store in New York. Tiffany fils declined to join the family business and pursued a career as an artist. He studied painting with several teachers, notably the scenic painter Samuel Colman, while spending long periods touring Europe and North Africa. Though he painted his entire career, visits to continental churches sparked a passionate interest in stained glass. Tiffany began experimenting with the material and in 1875 opened a glass factory-cum-laboratory in Corona, Queens — the core of what eventually became Tiffany Studios, a multimedia decorative-arts manufactory.

Tiffany developed a method in which colors were blended together in the molten state. Recalling the Old English word fabrile, meaning “hand-wrought,” he named the blown glass Favrile, a term that signified handmade glass of unique quality. In his glass designs, Tiffany embraced the emerging Art Nouveau movement and its sinuous, naturalistic forms and motifs. The pieces won Tiffany international fame. (Siegfried Bing, the Paris entrepreneur whose design store, L’Art Nouveau, gave the stylistic movement its name, was the leading European importer of Tiffany pieces.) 

By 1902, along with glass, Tiffany was designing stained-glass lamps and chandeliers as well as enameled metal vases, boxes and bowls, and items such as desk sets and candlesticks. Today such pieces epitomize the rich aesthetics of their era.

Antique Tiffany Studios table lamps are the most recognizable and the most prized. They range in price from $60,000 to upward of $2 million for intricate shade designs like the Dragonfly. Tiffany glass vases and bowls are generally priced from $1,000 to $30,000 depending on size, color, condition and form. Simpler accessories such as metal trays and small picture frames can fetch from $800 to $3,000. Tiffany design of any type is an emblem of taste and craftsmanship. As you will see on 1stDibs, Louis Comfort Tiffany ensured that each piece he and his company produced, magnificent or modest, was a work of art.

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Creator: Louis Comfort Tiffany
Tiffany Studios Damascene Gilt Bronze Lamp
By Tiffany Studios, Louis Comfort Tiffany
Located in Dallas, TX
Tiffany Studios New York Table Lamp This Damascene shade has exceptional blue and green iridescence and is in pristine condition. ...
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1910s American Art Nouveau Vintage Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Bronze

Tiffany Studios New York "Newell Post" Favrile Glass Desk Lamp
By Tiffany Studios, Louis Comfort Tiffany
Located in New York, NY
The "Newell Post" lamp by Tiffany Studios New York, features three gold Favrile glass shades with purple iridescence, suspended from a gilt bronze “Wilson”...
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Early 1900s American Art Nouveau Antique Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Bronze

Tiffany Studios Bronze and Favrile Table Lamp
By Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiffany Studios
Located in Dallas, TX
Tiffany Studios Bronze and favrile Desk lamp Damascene iridescent glass with greens, blues, goals and silver. Fine reticulated and patinated bronze base. Original favrile pearl heat cap. Original socket and paddle switch. A rare and fabulous table lamp. New York c. 1910 patinated bronze, Favrile glass Height: 20 Inches (51 cm) Diameter: 7 Inches (18 cm) Impressed to base 'TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK'. Etched to inner top aperture 'L.C.T. Favrile'. Provenance: Private Collection, New York Literature: Tiffany Lamps and Metalware, Alastair Duncan, pg. 90 illustrates base and shade AVANTIQUES is dedicated to providing an exclusive curated collection of Fine Arts, Paintings, Bronzes, Asian treasures, Art Glass and Antiques. Our inventory represents time-tested investment quality items with everlasting decorative beauty. We look forward to your business and appreciate any reasonable offers. All of our curated items are vetted and guaranteed authentic and as described. Avantiques only deals in original antiques and never reproductions. We stand behind our treasures with a full money back return policy if the items are not as described. Tiffany glass refers to the many and varied types of glass developed and produced from 1878 to 1933 at the Tiffany Studios in New York, by Louis Comfort Tiffany and a team of other designers, including Clara Driscoll, Agnes F. Northrop and Frederick Wilson. In 1865, Tiffany traveled to Europe, and in London he visited the Victoria and Albert Museum, whose extensive collection of Roman and Syrian glass made a deep impression on him. He admired the coloration of medieval glass and was convinced that the quality of contemporary glass could be improved upon. In his own words, the "Rich tones are due in part to the use of pot metal full of impurities, and in part to the uneven thickness of the glass, but still more because the glass maker of that day abstained from the use of paint". Tiffany was an interior designer, and in 1878 his interest turned toward the creation of stained glass, when he opened his own studio and glass foundry because he was unable to find the types of glass that he desired in interior decoration. His inventiveness both as a designer of windows and as a producer of the material with which to create them was to become renowned. Tiffany wanted the glass itself to transmit texture and rich colors and he developed a type of glass he called "Favrile". The glass was manufactured at the Tiffany factory...
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1910s American Art Nouveau Vintage Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Bronze

Pair of Tiffany Studios New York "Globe" Glass and Bronze Chandeliers
By Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiffany Studios
Located in New York, NY
This enchanting pair of Tiffany Studios New York "hanging globe" chandeliers are composed of two reticulated glass shades. Tiffany’s idea of blowing glass through openwork bronze had evolved in the 1890s with a series of Byzantine revival fuel lamps. The technique was popularized by 19th-century Muranese Glassmakers Salvati as a derivation of the Ancient Roman cage cup (vasa diatreta). In the 4th century, Roman glassmakers encased blown glass vessels in a delicate cage of glass. In Tiffany’s version, glass is blown through an ogival pattern cage. Originating in 11th-century Byzantine textiles, the ogival pattern became established in Italy, Ottoman Turkey, North Africa, and as far west as the Balkans. Product Details: Item #: L-20851 Artist: Tiffany Studios New York Country: United States Circa: 1900 Dimensions: 7.5” length, 18" length (with chain) Materials: Favrile Glass, bronze Literature: A similar example is pictured in Tiffany Lamps and Metalware by Alastair Duncan, pg 290, illustration number 135. Macklowe Gallery Curator's Notes: Tiffany’s globe...
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Early 20th Century American Art Nouveau Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Bronze

Tiffany Studios New York "Damascene Harp" Desk Lamp
By Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiffany Studios
Located in New York, NY
This desk lamp by Tiffany Studios, dating from circa 1910, features a damascene favrile glass shade on an adjustable patinated bronze harp base. With dichroi...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Bronze

Tiffany Studios Decorated Arabian Favrile Lamp
By Louis Comfort Tiffany
Located in Dallas, TX
Tiffany Favrile Arabian lamp. Art Nouveau, circa 1910 Tiffany Arabian lamp has blown glass shade and base. Shade is decorated with a green iride...
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1920s American Art Nouveau Vintage Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Art Glass

Louis Comfort Tiffany, "Linen Fold" "Favrile-Fabrique"
By Louis Comfort Tiffany
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933)"Linen Fold" "Favrile-Fabrique" Very Fine Leaded Glass and Patinated Bronze Table Lamp Shade Stamped: TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 1927 PAT. APPL'D FOR base stamped TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK 587 24 1/2 in.(62.2 cm) high 19 3/8 in.(49.21 cm) diameter of shade Provenance: Sotheby's New York 20th Century Decorative Arts March 11...
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20th Century Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Linen

Tiffany Studios New York "Peony" Table Lamp
By Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiffany Studios
Located in New York, NY
Tiffany’s “Peony” table lamp was a work grounded in naturalism but reaching for the divine. With a shade of resplendent blooms and a mosaic base evoking the hallowed ground of church floors, Tiffany’s peony lamp demonstrates his foundation in both Art nouveau and ecclesiastical art. To depict his multi-hued bouquet, Tiffany depicted two different cultivars, a Greek peony, and a Japanese peony. Tiffany used burgundy glass streaked with lapis to express the richness of the Greek Peony. Favored by neoclassical artists for their symmetry and simplicity, Tiffany featured the bloom in the architecture of his country estate. To represent the candy-striped Japanese peony Shima Nishiki, Tiffany used cream glass streaked with fuschia. The shade elegantly depicts different stages of growth from the bud, first bloom, peak bloom, to wilting. When peony petals wilt, their veins darken, and their form puckers. Tiffany’s glass selectors chose a stone textured glass called granite glass to express the wilting of the petals and their pronounced venation. The background and border of the shade is a golden amber, streaked with magenta and blue. The top-down perspective of the peony with a dirt background was a type of painting called “Rasenstück”, a detailed study of a piece of turf. The crux of the Rasenstück was the elevation of the humble. Popularized in the nineteenth century by the American Pre-Raphaelites, the movement believed in the idea of "truth to nature". The principle encouraged painters to capture the natural world as truthfully as possible, not romanticizing what they saw. In these nature studies, painters depicted flowers and trees in the soil from which they grew. While sublime on its own, the shade and base taken together paint a picture of Tiffany’s Japanese garden. Peonies imported from the far east bordered serene ponds. A frieze of turtleback tiles hypnotizes the viewers with its scarlet glow, evoking the red flash of a sunset, as seen through a field of cattails, rendered in bronze. Below it, the row of cat tails blends into a mosaic of red, yellow, and green glass. While Tiffany’s chief designer Clara Driscoll is most famous for her naturalistic lamp designs, the bread and butter of Tiffany Studios was its ecclesiastical department. Red, yellow, and green colorways were widely used in the depiction of Baroque angels, whose wings were modeled after birds of paradise. As hunters removed their legs upon sale, many believed they neither ate nor drank, and instead floated ethereally like angels. A lamp such as this epitomizes Tiffany’s understanding of his artistic vision in the context of the entire history of artistic expression. Since falling in love with glass at age twelve in the cathedrals of Chartres, light itself became a representation of divinity. A contemporary critic described Tiffany’s mosaics...
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Early 20th Century American Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Bronze, Lead

Tiffany Studios New York "Dogwood" Floor Lamp
By Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiffany Studios
Located in New York, NY
The shade of this Tiffany Studios New York "Dogwood" leaded glass floor lamp features a bouquet of pink, white, and cream dogwood blossoms agai...
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Early 20th Century American Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Bronze

Tiffany Studios New York "Wisteria" Table Lamp
By Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiffany Studios
Located in New York, NY
This remarkable Tiffany Studios New York "Wisteria" table lamp is a very fine and unusually rare lamp, composed of a palette of wisteria blossoms in shades of blue, green, cream and white that cascade down the shade to an irregular border. The blossoms are surrounded by abundant leaves in varying shades of green and are delicately interspersed with "confetti" glass, lending them added three-dimensionality. The shade has a latticework top, portraying the branches and stems of a wisteria vine. The base, designed specifically to hold the shade, is also embellished with vegetal, vine-like properties. Product Details: Item #: L-20375 Artist: Tiffany Studios New York Country: United States Circa: 1902 Dimensions: 18.5" diameter, 27" height Materials: Leaded glass, Bronze Shade Signed: Interior of shade crown impressed 1073 and 13; underside of shade mounting post impressed 1073 and 13 Base Signed: ''Tiffany Studios New York 1073"; top of tree trunk column impressed 13 Literature: Robert Koch, Louis C. Tiffany: Rebel in Glass, New York, 1964, pl. v Dr. Egon Neustadt, The Lamps of Tiffany, New York, 1970, pp. 215-220 Alastair Duncan, Tiffany At Auction, New York, 1981, pp. 89, no. 238 and 148, no. 391 William Feldstein, Jr. and Alastair Duncan, The Lamps of Tiffany Studios, New York, 1983, p. 37 Robert Koch, Louis C. Tiffany's Glass, Bronzes, Lamps: A Complete Collector's Guide, New York, 1989, p. 131 Robert Koch, Louis C. Tiffany: The Collected Works of Robert Koch, Atglen, PA, 2001, pp. 74, 242 and 284 Alastair Duncan, Louis C. Tiffany: The Garden Museum Collection, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 2004, pp. 292-293 Martin Eidelberg, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, Nancy A. McClelland and Lars Rachen, The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany, New York, 2005, p. 107 Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware, Woodbridge, Suffolk, 2007, p. 67, no. 254 Martin Eidelberg, Nina Gray and Margaret K. Hofer, A New Light on Tiffany: Clara Driscoll and the Tiffany Girls...
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Early 20th Century American Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Bronze, Lead

Tiffany Studios New York "Turteback Tile" Chandelier
By Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiffany Studios
Located in New York, NY
Rippling undulations in gold iridescence and soft, organic lines dominate this ethereal but weighty composition, an exceptional example of a Tiffany Studios New York "Turtleback Tile" chandelier. Three tiers of vertically oriented rectangular Turtleback tiles with rounded corners graduate in size, with substantially sized tiles decorating the bottom-most tier and the apex of the domed shade featuring tightly clustered tiles in miniature. Sumptuous and romantically uneven borders frame each tile, accentuating their unique silhouettes and adding a dark, matte element to contrast the bright, shimmering gold that dominates the shade. Item #: L-20333 Artist: Tiffany Studios New York Country: United States Circa: 1900 Size: 18.5" diameter Materials: Patinated Bronze, Leaded Glass Signed: "Tiffany Studios" Literature: A similar chandelier is pictured in Tiffany Lamps and Metalware: An illustrated reference to over 2000 models by Alastair Duncan, Woodbridge: Suffolk: Antique Collectors' Club, 1988, p. 281, plate 109 Macklowe Gallery Curators notes: he same model was on display at the Cooper Hewitt Museum's Passion for the Exotic: Louis Comfort Tiffany and Lockwood De Forest...
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Mid-19th Century American Art Nouveau Antique Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting

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Bronze, Lead

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Louis Comfort Tiffany lighting for sale on 1stDibs.

Louis Comfort Tiffany lighting are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of glass and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Louis Comfort Tiffany lighting, although gold editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original lighting by Louis Comfort Tiffany were created in the Art Nouveau style in united states during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider lighting by Tiffany & Co., and Tiffany Studios. Prices for Louis Comfort Tiffany lighting can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $8,000 and can go as high as $1,650,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $61,250.
Questions About Louis Comfort Tiffany Lighting
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Yes, Louis Comfort Tiffany designed jewelry as well as glass windows, lighting and decorative objects. He helped to transform Tiffany & Co. into the luxury jewelry brand that it is today after he took control of the company in 1902. Shop a variety of Tiffany & Co. jewelry on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Louis Comfort Tiffany is most famous for producing stained glass. In addition to creating windows, he used the material to create lamps and decorative objects. Tiffany also designed jewelry, and the company he led, Tiffany & Co., is now a leading name in luxury jewelry. Find a collection of Louis Comfort Tiffany furniture, art and jewelry on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Louis Comfort Tiffany’s favrile glass is said to be special because of the deep incandescent colors, which are reminiscent of a butterfly’s wing or a peacock’s neck. On 1stDibs, find a collection of authentic favrile glass pieces from some of the world’s top sellers.

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