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This small blown glass pitcher consists of bands of glass applied to the body of the vessel; as the pitcher was blown, the glass between the bands expanded, shaping the vessel into four lobes.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Pitcher
1896 – 1900
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1972/2.226
1972/2.226

Syrian
Bird
1200 – 1399
Museum purchase made possible by the Margaret Watson Parker Art Collection Fund
1961/1.190
This elongated vase has a small, round base and an undulating, swan-like attenuated neck that ends in a flaring mouth. The length of the neck of the vessel has ridges and the surface has a dark iridescent quality of green and blue
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Persian Rosewater Sprinkler
1896 – 1900
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1972/2.223
1972/2.223
This mosaic panel depicts flowers and tendrils against a background with both a chevron pattern and a round flower-like patten. Along either side is a tapering beige element that is half of a blade of a plant; when joined with another panel, they create a full plant blade.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosaic frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House, New York (one of 10 elements)
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8A
1986.146.8A
This mosaic panel depicts flowers and tendrils against a background with both a chevron pattern and a round flower-like patten. Along either side is a tapering beige element that is half of a blade of a plant; when joined with another panel, they create a full plant blade.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosaic frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House, New York
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8B
1986.146.8B
Glass vase with wide body and neck and slightly flared lip with irridescent golden yellow surface treatment in vertical leaf or feather design
Arthur Nash
Vase
1929 – 1931
Transfer from the College of Architecture and Design
1972/2.227

Louis Comfort Tiffany
Decanter
1896 – 1900
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1972/2.222
1972/2.222
This mosaic panel depicts flowers and tendrils against a background with both a chevron pattern and a round flower-like patten.  Along either side is a tapering beige element that is half of a blade of a plant; when joined with another panel, they create a full plant blade. [fragment]
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosaic frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House New York (one of 10 elements)
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8I
1986.146.8I

Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosiac frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House New York (one of 10 elements)
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8J
1986.146.8J
This mosaic panel depicts flowers and tendrils against a background with both a chevron pattern and a round flower-like patten.  Along either side is a tapering beige element that is half of a blade of a plant; when joined with another panel, they create a full plant blade.  [fragment]
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosiac frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House New York (one of 10 elements)
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8F
1986.146.8F
This vase is in the form of a flower. The "petals" of the vessel are of folded iridescent glass in shades of gold, pink, and green. The slender green "stem" continues to the base, also in green glass.
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Tulip-shaped Vase (base broken off)
1896 – 1900
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1972/2.207
1972/2.207
This mosaic panel depicts flowers and tendrils against a background with both a chevron pattern and a round flower-like patten.  Along either side is a tapering beige element that is half of a blade of a plant; when joined with another panel, they create a full plant blade.  [fragment]
Louis Comfort Tiffany
Element from a mosiac frieze, entrance hall of the H.O. Havemeyer House New York (one of 10 elements)
1890 – 1891
University purchase 1930, transferred to the Museum of Art, 1986.146.8E
1986.146.8E
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