Featuring the elegant glass window design by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) of a tranquil bay landscape seen through a canopy of lush wisteria, the Museum’s dish with soap will add a graceful touch to your home. His View of Oyster Bay
stained glass window was originally designed for the Manhattan home of silk industry scion William C. Skinner and is now on display in the Museum’s American Wing.
Produced in cooperation with the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, Winter Park, Florida.
Glass dish, with decals. Soap is a blend of currant, blackberry, and gingergrass scents, wrapped and tied with blue ribbon. Dish: 4 1/2'' square x 1 1/2''H.
- Soap is a blend of currant, blackberry, and gingergrass scents, wrapped and tied with blue ribbon
- Hand wash only. Do not use abrasive cleaners.
- Dish: 4 1/2'' square x 1 1/2''H
Art HistoryLouis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) was one of America’s most noted decorative artists at the turn of the twentieth century. Son of the founder of Tiffany & Co. of New York, Louis C. Tiffany began his career as a painter but moved quickly to interior decoration and leaded-glass windows, creating innovative opalescent glass in vibrant hues. He designed a window panel for the Manhattan home of silk industry scion William C. Skinner whose family home in Holyoke, Massachusetts, was named Wistariahurst. However, this panel has long been called View of Oyster Bay because the scene so closely resembles views from the north shore of Long Island, New York, where he built his grand country estate Laurelton Hall between 1902 and 1905.