Published at Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 - 02:14:40 AM. Lamps. By Gaetana Leroux.
Geometric Tiffany lamps were designed using glass cut into basic shapes such as squares, triangles, diamonds, and rectangles and used only one or two colors. The geometric designs included the Lotus Leaf, Acorn, Spider web, Parasol, Nautilus Seashell, Indian Basket and Turtleback designs. These designs are very symmetrical and were some of Tiffany’s first work. Although a symmetrical design may seem a little boring, Tiffany’s use of color and shapes made the lamps come alive.
Our variety of quality Meyda and Dale Tiffany lamps and lighting fixtures allow you to beautify your retreat at prices you can afford. A peacock Tiffany lamp may seem like an extreme example of Tiffany’s love for Nature and his use of it throughout his works. There are a number of his works that do not have any obvious naturalistic undertones but even these Tiffany lamps heavily use colors and patterns found in Nature as the foundation for their design scheme. One must be familiar with the artist in order to understand works like the Hanginghead Dragonfly Tiffany lamp. For those unfamiliar with the passions of Louis Tiffany, it is still easy to see that the Hanginghead is a perfect candidate for a Billiard Tiffany Light. The Nature theme lends itself to the use of warm colors and makes for colorful stained glass fixtures that shed a comforting glow upon your activities and décor.
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