Original Tiffany Lamps | The 22" Dragonfly Tiffany laded glass lamp on a Bronze Junior floor ...

Original Tiffany Lamps | The 22" Dragonfly Tiffany laded glass lamp on a Bronze Junior floor ...

16"W Roses Peony Tiffany Style Stained Glass Jeweled Table Desk Lamp, Zinc Base from ebay seller TMI Home and Garden

Details about 16"W Roses Peony Tiffany Style Stained Glass Jeweled Table Desk Lamp, Zinc Base

16"W Roses Peony Tiffany Style Stained Glass Jeweled Table Desk Lamp, Zinc Base from ebay seller TMI Home and Garden

Interiors 1900 FARGO Tiffany Art Deco style flush ceiling light http://www.lightingcompany.co.uk/ceiling-lights-c3/tiffany-lighting-c48/interiors-1900-fargo-tiffany-art-deco-style-flush-ceiling-light-p2716

Interiors 1900 FARGO Tiffany Art Deco style flush ceiling light http://www.lightingcompany.co.uk/ceiling-lights-c3/tiffany-lighting-c48/interiors-1900-fargo-tiffany-art-deco-style-flush-ceiling-light-p2716

14" Dragonfly Tiffany Lamp #1585 on Glass Mosaic bronze base #356 || I had no idea there were so many to choose from!

14" Dragonfly Tiffany Lamp #1585 on Glass Mosaic bronze base #356 || I had no idea there were so many to choose from!

Лампа витражная настольная «Деревце» no translation needed, lovely lamp

Лампа витражная настольная «Деревце» no translation needed, lovely lamp

Tiffany Lamps | ... Tiffany_Lamp-S22KK2 - Sculpture Lamps - Manufacturer of Modern Tiffany

Tiffany Lamps | ... Tiffany_Lamp-S22KK2 - Sculpture Lamps - Manufacturer of Modern Tiffany

The first Tiffany lamp was created around 1895. Beautiful in design and intricacy, each lamp was handmade by skilled craftsman, not mass or machine produced. Its designer was not, as had been thought for over 100 years, Louis Comfort Tiffany, but an unrecognized single woman named Clara Driscoll who was identified in 2007 by Rutgers professor Martin Eidelberg as being the master designer behind the most creative and valuable leaded glass lamps.

The Lamps of Louis Comfort Tiffany

The first Tiffany lamp was created around 1895. Beautiful in design and intricacy, each lamp was handmade by skilled craftsman, not mass or machine produced. Its designer was not, as had been thought for over 100 years, Louis Comfort Tiffany, but an unrecognized single woman named Clara Driscoll who was identified in 2007 by Rutgers professor Martin Eidelberg as being the master designer behind the most creative and valuable leaded glass lamps.

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