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Louis C. Tiffany Favrile Domed Magnets

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Price: $19.95
Member Price: $17.95

Item# 80-011828 

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Description

Favrile glass, Louis Comfort Tiffany's (American, 18481933) signature blending of colors while still in the molten state, provided him almost unlimited possibilities of shading and texture, and gave his works exquisite richness and subtlety. Favrile glass designs from the Museum's collection have been reproduced for our radiant magnets.

1 each of 6 designs. Glass. Gift boxed. Box: 5 1/4''L x 4 7/8''W x 1 5/8''D; magnets: 1 1/2'' diam.

  • 1 each of 6 designs
  • Glass
  • Gift boxed
  • Box: 5 1/4''L x 4 7/8''W x 1 5/8''D; magnets: 1 1/2'' diam.

Art History

Of all of Louis Comfort Tiffanys (American, 18481933) artistic endeavors, leaded glass brought him the greatest recognition. Having begun his career as a painter, he approached his work in glass with a painters eye for the nuances of color and shadow. This led him to seek a more varied palette with richer hues and greater vibrancy, subtlety, and texture, enabling him to paint with glass in the most minute detail. Favrile glass was the perfect medium through which he could express his unique blending of nature and exoticism.

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Description

Favrile glass, Louis Comfort Tiffany's (American, 18481933) signature blending of colors while still in the molten state, provided him almost unlimited possibilities of shading and texture, and gave his works exquisite richness and subtlety. Favrile glass designs from the Museum's collection have been reproduced for our radiant magnets.

1 each of 6 designs. Glass. Gift boxed. Box: 5 1/4''L x 4 7/8''W x 1 5/8''D; magnets: 1 1/2'' diam.





  • 1 each of 6 designs
  • Glass
  • Gift boxed
  • Box: 5 1/4''L x 4 7/8''W x 1 5/8''D; magnets: 1 1/2'' diam.




Art History

Of all of Louis Comfort Tiffanys (American, 18481933) artistic endeavors, leaded glass brought him the greatest recognition. Having begun his career as a painter, he approached his work in glass with a painters eye for the nuances of color and shadow. This led him to seek a more varied palette with richer hues and greater vibrancy, subtlety, and texture, enabling him to paint with glass in the most minute detail. Favrile glass was the perfect medium through which he could express his unique blending of nature and exoticism.


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