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Lamps and Lighting—Tiffany and His Contemporaries

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  • Lamp

    Lamp,
    c. 1910–28

    Lamp

    Lamp, c. 1910–28
    Leaded glass, brass, copper
    Roycroft, East Aurora, New York, 1894–1938
    22 3/4 in. x 17 1/2 in.
    (GL-016-80)

  • Portable lamp

    Portable lamp,
    c. 1906–11

    Portable lamp

    Portable lamp, c. 1906–11
    Flaming Sword design
    Leaded glass, bronze
    Duffner & Kimberly Company, New York City, 1906–11
    21 1/2 in.
    (70-010)

  • Table lamp

    Table lamp,
    c. 1919

    Table lamp

    Table lamp, c. 1919
    No. 6688
    Reverse-painted glass, bronze
    The Handel Company, Meriden, Connecticut, 1885–1936
    Gift of Peter Knowles Gottfried in memory of Susan Pierce Gottfried
    25 1/4 x 17 in.
    (2016-007)

  • Table lamp

    Table lamp,
    c. 1910–26

    Table lamp

    Table lamp, c. 1910–26
    No. L29, Vasekraft line, Funnel design, flambé glazed
    Glazed clay, leaded-glass inset
    Fulper Pottery Company, Flemington, New Jersey, 1909–35
    Marks: WE / FULPER / 1 / 1 / 1 / patent pending U.S. / [Vasekraft logo] Fulper / 805
    20 x 18 in.
    (PO-024-84)

  • Decorative lamp

    Decorative lamp,
    after 1902

    Decorative lamp

    Decorative lamp, after 1902
    Shades No. 104, Drop Cluster Blossoms design
    Standard No. 381, Pond Lily design, ten lights
    Blown glass, bronze
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    Marks on shades: L.C.T.
    Marks on base: TIFFANY STUDIOS / NEW YORK / 381
    Gift of Mrs. George L. Cragg
    H. 21 in.
    (74-003)

  • READING LAMP

    READING LAMP,
    after 1902

    READING LAMP

    READING LAMP, after 1902
    No. 349
    Pony wisteria
    Leaded glass and bronze
    Tiffany Studios
    (69-008)