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Tiffany Style Lamps

The history of the Tiffany lamp begins around 1895 when Louis Comfort Tiffany designed the first handcrafted cut art glass lamp. The lamp caught the world’s notice and today cut art glass lamps are referred to as Tiffany lamps. Quoizel has been creating and recreating beautiful lighting for over 75 years. Some are reproductions of original Louis Comfort Tiffany designs, others Quoizel’s own unique creations. All are timeless handcrafted pieces of art glass.

Quoizel Tiffany Lamps

Alcott Tiffany lamp
Alcott Tiffany lamp
Gotham Tiffany lamp
Gotham Tiffany lamp
Jade Tiffany lamp
Jade Tiffany lamp
Larissa Tiffany lamp
Larissa Tiffany lamp
Museum New Mexico mica lamp
Museum New Mexico mica lamp
Navaho Tiffany lamp
Navaho Tiffany lamp
Pomez glass stone lamp
Pomez glass stone lamp
Quoizel Pomez stone glass lamp
Pomez stone glass lamp
Quoizel Stephen Prairie Glass lamp
Stephen Prairie Glass lamp
Quoizel Arts & Crafts lamp
Arts & Crafts lamp
Pearson Tiffany Table Lamp
Pearson Tiffany Table Lamp
Violets Tiffany lamp
Violets Tiffany lamp

Recreations of Tiffany style lamps

Tiffany Dragon Fly lamp slender base
Tiffany Dragon Fly lamp
Tiffany Dragon Fly large base
Tiffany Dragon Fly large base
Tiffany Wisteria lamp
Tiffany Wisteria lamp
Tiffany Poppy Flower lamp
Tiffany Poppy Flower lamp

Tiffany Studios Women’s Glass Cutting Department

Clara Driscoll was head of the Tiffany Studios Women’s Glass Cutting Department. Working independently and with Louis Comfort Tiffany she and her female staff, known collectively as the Tiffany Girls, created many of the iconic Tiffany designs, including the Tiffany dragonfly lamp that won a prize at the 1900 World’s Fair held in Paris, France. Today, Clara Driscoll is also credited with the lamp designs of the Poppy and Wisteria.

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