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Louis C. Tiffany Pine Bough Rollerball Pen

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Price: $195.00
Member Price: $175.50

Item# 80-003931 







Description

Our rollerball pen is based on a picture frame with an original Favrile glass and gilt-bronze pine bough pattern created by the studios of Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848 1933). He is known for creating one of a kind art objectshandblown vases, special-order mosaics and windows, and finely crafted jewelryconsistent with his mission to bring beauty into the home. Many of the designs that came from the Tiffany Studios were inspired by nature and incorporated Louis Comfort Tiffanys signature Favrile glass. The picture frame's pattern was created by placing opalescent blue Favrile panes behind an etched and pierced metalwork design.

Rollerball, black ink, medium point type, 0.7mm tip. Brass barrel and clip with blue lacquer and gold overlay. Screw-top cap. 5''L. Presented in cobalt blue hinged lacquered wood gift box.

Refillable. Uses Sheaffer 97535, Pelikan 338 or Schmidt 5888 refill.

  • Brass barrel and clip with blue lacquer and gold overlay
  • Refillable. Uses Sheaffer 97535, Pelikan 338 or Schmidt 5888 refill
  • Screw-top cap
  • Rollerball
  • Black ink, medium point type, 0.7mm tip
  • Presented in cobalt blue hinged lacquered wood gift box
  • 5''L

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 that 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 rollerball pen is based on a picture frame with an original Favrile glass and gilt-bronze pine bough pattern created by the studios of Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848 1933). He is known for creating one of a kind art objectshandblown vases, special-order mosaics and windows, and finely crafted jewelryconsistent with his mission to bring beauty into the home. Many of the designs that came from the Tiffany Studios were inspired by nature and incorporated Louis Comfort Tiffanys signature Favrile glass. The picture frame's pattern was created by placing opalescent blue Favrile panes behind an etched and pierced metalwork design.

Rollerball, black ink, medium point type, 0.7mm tip. Brass barrel and clip with blue lacquer and gold overlay. Screw-top cap. 5''L. Presented in cobalt blue hinged lacquered wood gift box.

Refillable. Uses Sheaffer 97535, Pelikan 338 or Schmidt 5888 refill.





  • Brass barrel and clip with blue lacquer and gold overlay
  • Refillable. Uses Sheaffer 97535, Pelikan 338 or Schmidt 5888 refill
  • Screw-top cap
  • Rollerball
  • Black ink, medium point type, 0.7mm tip
  • Presented in cobalt blue hinged lacquered wood gift box
  • 5''L




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 that 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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