Tiffany Studios Jack-in-the-Pulpit Vase

  • This exceptionally rare Jack-in-the-pulpit Favrile glass vase was crafted by Tiffany Studios
  • The Art Nouveau design is one of the best known and most popular ever made by the firm
  • Crafted from Tiffany's famed Favrile glass, the vase displays a golden iridescence
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Item No. 31-0349

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This exceptionally rare Jack-in-the-pulpit Favrile glass vase by Tiffany Studios displays one of the company’s best-known and most popular Art Nouveau designs. The Jack-in-the-pulpit design was one of the hallmarks of Tiffany's decorative glass, nearly as recognizable as Tiffany windows or lamps. Its widely flared floral form, slender stem and rounded base make it instantly recognizable, while its golden iridescence displays the qualities for which Tiffany Favrile glass is so loved. Named after the North American perennial, this art glass vase captures the essence of the Art Nouveau, with its graceful lines and naturalistic theme.

Inspired by the fluidity and translucence of ancient Roman and Middle Eastern glass, Louis Comfort Tiffany produced blown glass, which he named "Favrile," between 1891 and 1928. This line boasted pieces of superior quality, renowned for their opalescent and iridescent colored finishes. In sharp contrast to what his critics labeled "industrial art," the Favrile collection features hand-crafted objects that are both beautiful and functional. Today these pieces are highly prized.

A very similar vase is pictured on page 56 of Tiffany Favrile Art Glass, 1997, by Moise S. Steeg, Jr.

Base marked L.C.T.

7 1/2" wide x 5" deep x 13 3/4" high
Tiffany Studios Jack-in-the-Pulpit Vase
Maker: Tiffany Studios
Period: 19th Century
Origin: America
Type: Vases/Rose Bowls
Depth: 5.0 Inches
Width: 7.5 Inches
Height: 13.75 Inches
Style: Favrile

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