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'Jack in the pulpit' vase by Tiffany

Designed c.1900
Vase, 'Jack in the pulpit', favrile glass, Art Nouveau style, designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, c. 1900, made by Tiffany Furnaces, Corona, Long Island, New York, USA, 1908

A large vase blown and tooled in golden favrile glass with pink, purple and tourquise highlights. The vase is in the form of a stylised open flower, the tall stem rising from a flattened globular base to support a large undulating corolla with the front part pulled down towards the stem and the back raised upward. Makers mark on base, '7221 C L.C. Tiffany Favrile'.
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'Jack in the pulpit' vase by Tiffany

Designed c.1900
Vase, 'Jack in the pulpit', favrile glass, Art Nouveau style, designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany, c. 1900, made by Tiffany Furnaces, Corona, Long Island, New York, USA, 1908

A large vase blown and tooled in golden favrile glass with pink, purple and tourquise highlights. The vase is in the form of a stylised open flower, the tall stem rising from a flattened globular base to support a large undulating corolla with the front part pulled down towards the stem and the back raised upward. Makers mark on base, '7221 C L.C. Tiffany Favrile'.
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