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Author Topic: Blown glass of the 'Tiffany Glass Company' 1885-1892  (Read 1589 times)

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Blown glass of the 'Tiffany Glass Company' 1885-1892
« on: June 14, 2020, 06:07:02 PM »
Just about all the Tiffany blown glass I keep coming across in books or online dates from 1892 onwards - related to the Corona, Queens factory and the manufacturing influence of Arthur Nash.

The one exception is a vase shown on the Philadelphia Museum of Art's web site listed as being made by the 'Tiffany Glass Company 1885-1892'. (Although it is not explained how it is known to be from this period - e.g. a reference to a dated signature).

Are there any other known examples of Tiffany blown glass from this 1885-92 period, either in museums or private collections?


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