Tiffany lamps are one of the most admired products to come from the Art Nouveau movement, and it’s not hard to see why. These luxurious, handmade lamps have remained as desirable today as they were over a hundred years ago when Louis Comfort Tiffany first began producing them. The same techniques that Tiffany used are […]
Now that the new year is well under way it’s time to start thinking about brightening up your home. Whether you have a lot of money or just a little bit of money to spend on decorating there are a number of ways to incorporate the interior design trends of 2015 for modern decor. At […]
Although Pantone announced that marsala would be this year’s colour there are a number of other colours to watch out for throughout the year. As we look towards the springtime there are fresh trends that you can mimic in your home. Here at The Tiffany Lighting Company we’ve come up with ways to match our […]
When Pantone announced the colour of 2015 at the end of last year the news went viral and everyone is trying to get a touch of marsala in their lives. The rich red-brown colour is ideal for the home, creating a warm and welcoming feel. Add the hue to your home without going as far […]
At The Tiffany Lighting Company our Tiffany lamps are known for their distinct art glass designs but there are many different types of art glass. From crackle glass to ripple glass, find out more about the beautiful forms that glass takes as an artistic skill and Louis Comfort Tiffany’s own use of them. Crackle […]
At The Tiffany Lighting Company our Tiffany lamps are known for their distinct art glass designs but there are many different types of art glass. From baroque glass to our confetti glass, find out more about the beautiful forms that glass takes as an artistic skill. Baroque Glass A rather modern art glass, machine-made […]
At The Tiffany Lighting Company we are always on the lookout for new displays of art glass from across the UK. The Metamorphosis and Transformation, and Transition II exhibitions at the National Glass Centre by artist Magdalene Odundo particularly caught our attention. The Kenyan-born British artist is widely known for her ceramics pieces so […]
Running since the 14th February, the Sense and Sensuality: Art Nouveau (1890-1914) exhibition at Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts in Norwich continues up to the 14th December. The Art Nouveau movement is known for its decorative features and its combination of the fine and applied arts. Drawing inspiration from the natural forms and structures of […]
Our Tiffany Lamps by American designer Louis Comfort Tiffany are products of the Art Nouveau movement at the end of the nineteenth and start of the twentieth century. These treasured designs are brilliant examples of the expert craftsmanship and style of the time. Have a read about the movement below.
It is common knowledge that Tiffany lamps are highly sought after and renowned for their beauty, but did you know that the most expensive lamp in the world is a Tiffany lamp? The eye-catching Pink Lotus lamp was sold in December 1997 at Christie’s Auction House in New York for a staggering $2.8 million!