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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