Andrew Jones’ Inaugural Auction Sees Tiffany Lamp At $200000 In 99 Percent Sold Sale
September 17, 2018 - table lamp
LOS ANGELES — Andrew Jones Auctions, a newly shaped excellent art and antiques auction house, conducted a initial auction: Design for a Home and Garden on Sep 15. The sale tallied an considerable 99 percent sole by lot and was lead by a Tiffany Studios drop-head dragonfly list lamp, circa 1910, that came to a retard with a $40/60,000 estimate. After clever bidding, a 31-inch flare sole during $200,000. It featured a verdigris patinated leaded potion shade with valuables cabochons on a verdigris-patinated disfigured vine bottom surmounted by four-light cluster with Perkins electrolier sockets, a 5-inch circle and strange 5-inch teardrop cap. The shade is hammered Tiffany Studios New York 1507, and a bottom Tiffany Studios New York 443. The iconic Dragonfly shade was designed by Clara Driscoll who worked for Tiffany Studios from 1888-1909. A inclusive and innovative designer, she also served as conduct of a Women’s Glass Cutting Department.
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