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Glass mosaics by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933), a concept he adapted from Roman and Byzantine art, were a natural extension of his work in Favrile glass. A brilliant example in the Museum’s collection, produced about 1890–91 by the Tiffany Glass Company, is a panel bearing a stylized flowering plant assembled from colorful glass tesserae. This decorative panel was the prototype for a frieze that once lined the entrance to the Havemeyer house in New York. Our spirited watch design is adapted from a chevron motif on the original panel.
18K gold overlay, hand enameled. Quartz movement. Imported. Hinged with a magnetic closure. 1 1/8''W; inner circumference: 7 1/2''.
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