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Louis C. Tiffany Peony Neckerchief

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Price: $25.00
Member Price: $22.50

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Description

Our silk neckerchief is based on an elaborate lampshade by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 18481933) in the Museums collection that is decorated with brightly colored peony blossoms amidst rich, leafy foliage.

Silk crpe de chine. Imported. 22'' x 22''.

  • 100% Silk crpe de chine
  • Imported
  • 22'' x 22''

Art History

Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 18481933) was one of Americas most acclaimed and multi-talented artists working in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He embraced virtually every decorative medium, designing and directing the production of windows, mosaics, lighting, glass vases, pottery, metalwork, enamels, and jewelry. Of all of his creative endeavors, stained glass brought Louis Comfort Tiffany the greatest recognition. His Favrile glass, patented in 1881, was internally colored with variegated shades of color or hues which created a milky, opaque, and sometimes rainbow-hued appearance when light shone through it. Unusual effects were created by introducing textures and adding different layers of glass or plating.

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Description

Our silk neckerchief is based on an elaborate lampshade by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 18481933) in the Museums collection that is decorated with brightly colored peony blossoms amidst rich, leafy foliage.

Silk crpe de chine. Imported. 22'' x 22''.





  • 100% Silk crpe de chine
  • Imported
  • 22'' x 22''




Art History

Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 18481933) was one of Americas most acclaimed and multi-talented artists working in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He embraced virtually every decorative medium, designing and directing the production of windows, mosaics, lighting, glass vases, pottery, metalwork, enamels, and jewelry. Of all of his creative endeavors, stained glass brought Louis Comfort Tiffany the greatest recognition. His Favrile glass, patented in 1881, was internally colored with variegated shades of color or hues which created a milky, opaque, and sometimes rainbow-hued appearance when light shone through it. Unusual effects were created by introducing textures and adding different layers of glass or plating.


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