Tiffany Studios favrile and pottery table lamp, circa 1900
Wow! Not only is this lamp absolutely beautiful but very rare and possibly one of a kind. The floral design on this glazed pottery vase is amazing and 100% original to Tiffany Studios. The green favrile Damascene glass shade is stunning at 12 Inches Diameter and was made for the gorgeous pottery base. This early lamp was originally an oil lamp and has the original TSNY bronze Oil Canister 3 arm fixture converted to electric as all Tiffany oil lamps. A decorative Art Nouveau lamp sure to adorn any room and any table in your home. Note: the favrile shade has a manufacturing flaw in the cased inside of plastered glass not visible on the outside; hence the low price!
Bronze signed: Tiffany Studios NEW YORK 37381
Favrile shade signed: L.C.T.
Pottery Base Signed: JONES McDUFFEE & STRATTON CO. 1957
Height: 16 inches Diameter: 12 inches
Condition: Excellent condition with some scratches on glass and base commensurate of age and use. Shade has manufacturing flaws of splattered glass on the inside not visible on the outside. New period style electric wire and switch.
Tiffany Studios, not to be confused with Tiffany & Co., was a decorative arts company run by Louis Comfort Tiffany. The company was active in various forms from 1878 until 1933, and was best known for its stained glass windows, Tiffany lamps, mosaic installations, and luxury items such as desk sets.