Tiffany flare lights adult Heritage Auctions – Arizona Daily Star
July 18, 2015 - table lamp
What: Made by Tiffany Studios in New York City and station over 6 feet high on a bronze base, a circa 1910 building flare with a peony leaded potion shade sole recently for $131,000 during Heritage Auctions in Dallas. The lamp’s shade measures 24 inches in diameter.
More: L.C. Tiffany mostly used inlet and Oriental change as a thesis for his designs. In a early 1900s, a thesis was a favorite during Tiffany Studios, where list and building lamps were done with peony shades on sundry bases.
Smart collectors know: The tenure “Tiffany” is frequently (and wrongly) used to report any leaded tone potion shade. Only strange and specific lamps from around 1900 by Tiffany Studios are what critical collectors want.
Hot tip: By 1903, a peony flower became a inhabitant button of China. The freshness became renouned in a West during a fin-de-siecle duration when Tiffany Studios started producing a indication around 1905.
Bottom line: This flare brought tip dollar since it came from a remarkable collection, is in original, ideal condition and is sealed and numbered by Tiffany Studios.