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Client: First Presbyterian Church  Location:  Horseheads, New York  Restoration Date: 2004    Scope of Project:  Historic Restoration of a three-lancet Tiffany window with tracery.  The central figure area contained drapery glass and plating.

Client: First Presbyterian Church Location: Horseheads, New York Restoration Date: 2004 Scope of Project: Historic Restoration of a three-lancet Tiffany window with tracery. The central figure area contained drapery glass and plating.

Tiffany Studios | Mosaic Sample Panel, "December" | Private Collection

Image 2 This is a picture of the mosaic shop at Tiffany studios. All the mosaics you see on the wall of the work shop were the samples, representative of the work available to the public. The highlighted area is the mosaic shown in previous imagine

Tiffany Studios (American, est. 1902). Landscape window, 1893-1920. Leaded glass and pebbles, 80 x 44 ½ in. Photograph by John Faier, © The Richard H. Driehaus Museum.

Beautiful Louis Comfort Tiffany Landscape Window 1893 1920 Photographed By John Faier Copy… Pictures 2017 2018

Antique American Stained Glass Windows

Antique American Stained Glass Door, Attributed to the Ruby Brothers Studios, ca. Reminds me of Eternal Darkness.

Louis Comfort Tiffany.    His glass pieces are stunning.  This is one panel from his Four Seasons windows.

His glass pieces are stunning. This is one panel from his Four Seasons windows.

Autumn panel from the Four Seasons window, c. 1899–1900 Living room, Laurelton Hall, Long Island, New York, 1902–57 Exhibited: Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900, and Prima Esposizione Internazionale d'Arte Decorative Moderna, Turin, Italy, 1902 Leaded glass Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, New York City, 1892–1900 36 5/8 x 36 1/4 in.

Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art Four Seasons Windows, Autumn Window. More November events in Orlando

simply stained glass contemporary stained glass windows

Bottom half of a staircase window I made for a house in Roehampton, England.

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