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In Company with Angels: Seven Rediscovered Tiffany Windows, an exhibition of stained glass angels created in 1902 in the renowned studios of one of the most illustrious designers of the early century, Louis Comfort Tiffany

New Liturgical Movement: The Other Modern: Louis Comfort Tiffany

Sacred liturgy and liturgical arts. Liturgical history and theology. The movements for the Usus Antiquior and Reform of the Reform.

Tiffany Daffodil Terrace Laurelton Hall - Louis Comfort Tiffany's extraordinary country estate in Oyster Bay, New York, and the epitome of the designer's achievement and vision.

Daffodil Terrace, Laurelton Hall, Long Island, New York, c. Photograph by David Aronow.

'Mountains and Lake Leaded-glass Window', Tiffany Studios, © Christie's Images Ltd

Capture a Mountains and Lake Leaded-glass Window Tiffany stained-glass image on a designer roller blind at Creatively Different Blinds. Mountains and Lake Leaded-glass Window blinds from just

Tiffany Favrile, Blue Decorated Vase

Wonderful Tiffany Favrile blue decorated mini vase, for sale at the show

The Famous Tiffany window of "The Bathesr" commissioned by Captain De Lamar for His country Estate Pembroke" was later given Back to Tiffany by De La mar and was installed in Laurelton Hall Tiffany's estate. Captain De Lamar was considered Tiffany's most important patron.

Manufacturers and collectors of rare Tiffany windows antique lighting, antique decorative art, and antique quality reproduction,Tiffany windows

TIFFANY STUDIOS FAVRILE GLASS VASE . Favrile glass peacock-patterned goose-neck vase, circa 1896.

** Tiffany Studios, New York, Iridescent Favrile "Rosewater Sprinkler" Glass Vase.

LOUIS C. TIFFANY (1848-1933) A Leaded Glass Panel likely from the H. O. Havemeyer House, New York, 1891 33¼ x 38 in. (84.4 x 96.5 cm.)

Leaded glass panel by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Likely from the Gilded Age mansion of H. Havemeyer, New York ~ (Christie's Auction)

Tiffany art panels

This window owned by Carl Heck is a centerpiece in the “Tiffany: Color and Light” exhibit. Titled “The Mermaid” it is composed of six separate panels and measures 9 feet tall and 9 feet wide. Heck discovered it in Hawaii. Photo courtesy of Carl Heck.

Louis Comfort Tiffany & Brown Memorial Church in Baltimore

Well, here I am back from my little, short vacation to Baltimore for my brother's graduation from his residen.