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  • Daffodil capital

    Daffodil capital,
    c. 1915

    Daffodil capital

    Daffodil capital, c. 1915
    South façade, Laurelton Hall
    Cast and cut glass, concrete
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    22 x 20 in.
    (57-023)

  • Daffodil Terrace

    Daffodil Terrace,
    c. 1915

    Daffodil Terrace

    Daffodil Terrace, c. 1915
    photo Jimmy Cohrssen.

  • Fountain vase

    Fountain vase,
    after 1903

    Fountain vase

    Fountain vase, after 1903
    Reception hall, Laurelton Hall
    Blown glass
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    H. 49 in.
    (56-046)

  • Wall panel

    Wall panel,
    c. 1903

    Wall panel

    Wall panel, c. 1903
    Reception hall, Laurelton Hall
    Painted textile
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    136 1/4 x 47 3/4 in.
    (58-020)

  • Turtleback globe

    Turtleback globe,
    c. 1905

    Turtleback globe

    Turtleback globe, c. 1905
    Living room, Laurelton Hall
    Cast and leaded glass, bronze
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    Diam. 13 1/2 in.
    (56-044:1)

  • Transom

    Transom,
    c. 1915

    Transom

    Transom, c. 1915
    Dining room, Laurelton Hall
    Wisteria
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    37 x 96 in.
    (59-010)

  • Dome hanging shade

    Dome hanging shade,
    c. 1905

    Dome hanging shade

    Dome hanging shade, c. 1905
    Dining room, Laurelton Hall
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    Marks: TIFFANY STUDIOS / NEW YORK
    Diam. 66 in.
    (70-021)

  • Summer Panel from the Four Seasons

    Summer Panel from the Four Seasons,
    c. 1899–1900

    Summer Panel from the Four Seasons

    Summer Panel from the Four Seasons, c. 1899–1900
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company
    Living room, Laurelton Hall; Exhibited: Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900 and Prima Exposizione dé Arte Decoration Moderna, Turin, Italy
    Living room, Laurelton Hall Exhibited: Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900 and Prima Exposizione dé Arte Decoration Moderna, Turin, Italy
    (57-017)

  • Window

    Window,
    c. 1892

    Window

    Window, c. 1892
    Living room, Laurelton Hall
    Exhibited: World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893
    Maiden feeding flamingoes in the court of a Roman house
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company
    Signed, lower right: Tiffany Glass & Dec. Co. 333–341 Fourth Ave N.Y.
    (U-072)

  • Vase

    Vase,
    c. 1904–14

    Vase

    Vase, c. 1904–14
    Glazed white clay
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    Marks: [conjoined LCT] / 7
    H. 13 in.
    (78-0011)

  • <em>The Blossoms of Spring</em> (also known as <em>Flora</em> and <em>Spring</em>)

    The Blossoms of Spring (also known as Flora and Spring),
    c. 1887–98

    <em>The Blossoms of Spring</em> (also known as <em>Flora</em> and <em>Spring</em>)

    The Blossoms of Spring (also known as Flora and Spring), c. 1887–98
    Dining room, Seventy-second Street house; third-floor balcony, reception hall, and art gallery, Laurelton Hall
    Oil on canvas
    Louis Comfort Tiffany, American, 1848–1933
    Signed, lower left: Louis C. Tiffany
    Gift of the Estate of Alfreda Tiffany Mitchell Bingham Gregor, 1874–1967
    66 1/2 x 101 in.
    (70-001)

  • <em>Tree of Life</em> Window

    Tree of Life Window,
    1928–31

    <em>Tree of Life</em> Window

    Tree of Life Window, 1928–31
    Studio, Laurelton Hall
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    Designer: Louis Comfort Tiffany, American, 1848–1933
    120 x 82 in.
    (67-022:A–H)