Tiffany Series

After 1893 Louis Comfort Tiffany began to experiment in free-blown glass. The outcome was “a composition of various colored glasses [that] worked together while hot.” This unique blown glass came to be known as Favrile. The distinctive trademark, chosen by Tiffany or one of his associates and registered in 1894, would become a household word. An 1896 brochure stated that the word was derived from the Old English word “febrile,” meaning “belonging to a craftsman or his craft.”

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 Wisteria Tree of Life Daffodils Christmas Eve
Item Number: 8309 Item Number: 8321 Item Number: 8311 Item Number: 8315
Glass Size: 14.125" x 11.25" Glass size: 10" x 6.5" Glass Size: 11.5" x 7.625" Glass Size: 10" x 7"
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Spring Summer Autumn Winter
Item Number: 8312 Item Number: 8312 Item Number: 8313 Item Number: 8314
Glass Size: 9.375" x 8.25" Glass Size: 9.375" x 8.25" Glass Size: 9.375" x 8.25" Glass Size: 9.375" x 8.25"
Dragonfly Sun Catcher Tiffany – Tree of Life Box    
Item Number: 8511 Item Number: 9084    
Glass Size: 4.25" x 7" L: 4" x W: 4" x H: 11"    


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