Tiffany Glass


Tiffany & Company was founded in 1837, in New York City, by Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young. They first started out selling a variety of stationery items and later jewelry, lamps, stained glass and much more.

They initially operated under the name Tiffany, Young and Ellis and then shortened the name in 1853 to Tiffany & Company. It was about that time they started to focus on jewelry.

Charles’s son, Louis Comfort Tiffany, established Tiffany Glass Co. in 1885 and changed the name to Tiffany Studios in 1902. He was an American glass designer known for his stained glass windows.

Tiffany & Company is still in operation today, known for it’s fine jewelry and silver. Tiffany’s catalog, the Blue Book, was first published in 1845 and is still being published today.

Tiffany Glass Marks
Tiffany

Tiffany Glass Patterns, Designs
Damascene
Fireball
Geometric
Nautilus
Pastel Tulip
Pine Needle
Pomegranate
Red Tulip
Tel El Amarna

Popular Tiffany Glass
Art Glass – iridescent glass
Bowls
Favrile – blue favrile, gold favrile
Gold
Jewelry
Lamps – stained glass lamps
Millefiori
Pottery
Silver
Stained Glass – stained glass windows
Stationery
Vases

Tiffany Glass Value, Price Guide
High $ – Mid $$$


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