Tiffany glass


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Tiffany glass

n.
Stained or iridescent glass of a kind popular in the early 1900s for vases and lampshades.

[After Louis Comfort Tiffany.]

Tiffany glass

n
(Ceramics) another term for Favrile glass

Tif′fany glass′


n.
an iridescent art glass, introduced by L. C. Tiffany c1890 and used by him for blown vases, lampshades, etc.
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Noun1.Tiffany glass - a kind of opalescent colored glass that was used in the early 1900s for stained-glass windows and lampsTiffany glass - a kind of opalescent colored glass that was used in the early 1900s for stained-glass windows and lamps
stained glass - glass that has been colored in some way; used for church windows
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They have the look and feel of hand-crafted Tiffany glass.
7 million in mortgage financing for the Tiffany Glass Building, a commercial co-op at 333 Park Avenue South.
The exhibition, known as "Tiffany Lamps: Articles of Utility, Objects of Art," comes to Biltmore from The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass in New York City.
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Louis Comfort Tiffany first began experimenting with glass art in 1877 and opened the Tiffany Glass Company in 1885, which later became the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company.
It is a fabulous resource for decorative objects, including a fine selection of Tiffany glass from Linda Feuer, of Linda's Unique Antiques.
Replete with Old World craftsmanship and rare materials such as mahogany and walnut, mosaic tile and Tiffany glass, the townhouses and mansions in these neighborhoods, popular as they are, sell at well below today's replacement cost, usually for between $500,000 and $1.
The elegantly decorated auditorium, with an elaborate molded ceiling, crystal lights and Tiffany glass enhancements, has a fully equipped stage and a permanent technical staff who are able to produce decorative sets and sound and lighting effects to world-class standards.
Products is a manufacturer of hanging and surface mounted lighting fixtures and table lamps fashioned primarily in beveled glass, brass, antique brass, oak trim and tiffany glass sold nationally to major retailers.