Tiffany table lamps – Louis Comfort Tiffany created in 1890 a unique style of lamp design, which today is named after him. The lamps are inspired by Middle-Eastern architecture and Japanese ceramics, and is made of finely carved bits of glass in all colors that are soldered together to form a beautiful mosaic. Tiffany lamps are a classic of lamp design with their warm and pleasing light, now the lights will also be yours.
Tiffany patented four types of glass in the course of his career, with a shimmering glass, his first patent in 1894. A lamp included Tiffany table lamps used a copper foil wrapped around each piece of glass that was as lead-soldered together by hand. Tiffany supervised the construction of each lamp and discarded inferior. By 1899 he introduced his first stained glass lamp with a heavy bronze base. Early designs included nautilus, dragonfly and Tyler scroll.
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Tiffany integrated his love of nature in his window and lamp design. “Geometric” describes the group of shades used simple shapes like squares, triangles, rectangles, ellipses, cones and globe shapes. The transition to a flower style included basic geometric design with additional botanical motifs. Tiffany especially liked dragonfly image, one of his most popular and common images. Below are some images of Tiffany table lamps.