Tiffany Studios Green Linenfold Lamp

  • This exquisite library lamp by Tiffany Studios features the firm's desirable Linenfold pattern
  • The bronze base provides further visual interest
  • It is an example of the unique glass innovations in L. C. Tiffany's highly coveted creations
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Item No. 31-6407

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This Tiffany Studios library lamp features a lush green favrile fabrique shade, also known as the Linenfold pattern. The lamp is elegantly accented in doré bronze and the green-hued glass is beautifully worked into a rippled design imitating the look of pleated fabric. The glass employed on a majority of Tiffany’s lamps not only possesses vibrant colors and polychromatic properties, but also remarkable texture. Folds, ripples and nodular patterns give the glass a third dimension that creates extraordinary light refractions. These innovations further establish Tiffany shades as the most distinct and beautiful glass objects ever created.

Tiffany lamps represent Louis Comfort Tiffany's seemingly limitless creativity and endless quest for beauty. Though he worked in a number of media throughout his life, glass was always the material that fascinated him the most, and his glass creations are undoubtedly his masterpieces. This Linenfold lamp is a wonderful example of the celebration of texture in his highly coveted creations.

Similar favrile fabrique shades are pictured in Alastair Duncan, Tiffany Lamps and Metalware, 2007, p. 190-192. A similar base can also be found on p. 104 (fig. 417, base model no. 534).

Circa 1915


Base number 534

24 1/2" high x 19" diameter
Tiffany Studios Green Linenfold Lamp
Maker: Tiffany Studios
Period: 20th Century
Origin: America
Type: Lamps
Depth: 19.0 Inches
Width: 19.0 Inches
Height: 24.5 Inches
Tiffany Studios Green Linenfold Lamp
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