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Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1932) A Hanging Decorated Favrile Glass Shade, New York,

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Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1932) A Hanging Decorated Favrile Glass Shade, New York,
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Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1932) A Hanging Decorated Favrile Glass Shade, New York, circa 1905

Blown glass
Unmarked



(H: 20 1/2, Dia: 9 in.)

Qty: (1)

Provenance

By family repute, the Collection of Guy Bascom St. John (American, 1878-1955)
Thence by descent to Private Virginia Collection



Literature

Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware, pp. 294-5 (for illustrations of related examples)



Overall good intact condition, no chips or cracks; minor scuffs and scratches along flat edge of opening; minor soiling to interior; a few longer faint scuffs and light scratches traveling the circumference of shoulder; a few deeper surface scratches along body; a few surface fleabites; presents nicely.

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Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1932) A Hanging Decorated Favrile Glass Shade, New York,

Estimate $1,500 - $2,500
Sep 29, 2022
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Starting Price $750
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0034: Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1932) A Hanging Decorated Favrile Glass Shade, New York,
Sold for $9,00026 Bids
Est. $1,500 - $2,500Starting Price $750
Art and Design
Sep 29, 2022 11:00 AM EDT
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Lot 0034 Details
Description
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Tiffany Studios (American, active 1878-1932) A Hanging Decorated Favrile Glass Shade, New York, circa 1905

Blown glass
Unmarked



(H: 20 1/2, Dia: 9 in.)

Qty: (1)

Provenance

By family repute, the Collection of Guy Bascom St. John (American, 1878-1955)
Thence by descent to Private Virginia Collection



Literature

Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware, pp. 294-5 (for illustrations of related examples)



Overall good intact condition, no chips or cracks; minor scuffs and scratches along flat edge of opening; minor soiling to interior; a few longer faint scuffs and light scratches traveling the circumference of shoulder; a few deeper surface scratches along body; a few surface fleabites; presents nicely.

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