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  • Transom

    Transom,
    c. 1905

    Transom

    Transom, c. 1905
    William Watts Sherman house, Newport, Rhode Island, 1875–present
    Parrots
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    16 1/2 x 27 in.
    (68-005)

  • Window

    Window,
    c. 1892–1900

    Window

    Window, c. 1892–1900
    Jeweled geometric design
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, New York City, 1892–1900
    14 x 27 1/2 in.
    (64-027)

  • Transom

    Transom,
    1879-81

    Transom

    Transom, 1879-81
    Dining room, George Kemp house, New York, 1879–1953
    Squash
    Leaded glass
    Louis C. Tiffany and Company, New York City, 1878–85
    32 x 42 in.
    (71-006)

  • Vase

    Vase,
    c. 1900

    Vase

    Vase, c. 1900
    Blown glass
    Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, New York City, 1892–1900
    Marks: Louis C. Tiffany R4017
    H. 11 in.
    (57-005)

  • Door panels

    Door panels,
    c. 1905

    Door panels

    Door panels, c. 1905
    August Heckscher house, New York
    Autumn vines
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    122 1/2 x 145 1/2 in.
    (58-011)

  • Vase

    Vase,
    c. 1925

    Vase

    Vase, c. 1925
    Samian Red
    Blown glass
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    Marks: L.C Tiffany – Inc. / Favrile / 3990 N
    H. 6 1/2 in.
    (64-004)

  • Window

    Window ,
    c. 1895

    Window

    Window , c. 1895
    Reis-Brown-Renfrew house, New Castle, Pennsylvania
    Tri-panel, classical revival
    Leaded glass
    Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, New York City, 1892–1900
    Marks: TIFFANY GLASS & DECORATING COMPANY / NEW YORK
    W. 45.5" x H. 92"
    (62-039)

  • Floor standard

    Floor standard,
    c. 1902

    Floor standard

    Floor standard, c. 1902
    Shade No. 1521, Bamboo design, dome shape
    Leaded glass, bronze
    Tiffany Studios, New York City, 1902–32
    Marks on base: TIFFANY STUDIOS / NEW YORK
    H. 63 in.
    (64-013)