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TIFFANY STUDIOS Rare Favrile pottery vase
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Description
TIFFANY STUDIOS
Rare Favrile pottery vase with a design of plants, matte chocolate glaze, New York, 1904-19
Incised LCT
6" x 7"
Provenance: Carol Ferranti, New York, January 1972
Collection of Martin Eidelberg, New York
Published: Martin Eidelberg, Tiffany Favrile Pottery and the Quest of Beauty, New York, Lillian Nassau, 2010, p. 43 no. 67
Although the form of the vessel derives from Indian woven baskets, the pattern is taken from his study of small forest plants. The pottery version is based on a copper and enamel vessel now in the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum, Winter Park, Florida
illus. A.C. Frelinghuysen, Louis Comfort Tiffany and Laurelton Hall, New York, Metropolitan Museum, 2007, p. 127.
Condition
One small grinding chip to foot ring, a couple of very short, very minor scratches to shoulder. Otherwise excellent condition.
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TIFFANY STUDIOS Rare Favrile pottery vase

Estimate $2,000 - $3,000
Jan 21, 2017
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Starting Price $1,500
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0017: TIFFANY STUDIOS Rare Favrile pottery vase

Sold for $5,500
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Est. $2,000 - $3,000Starting Price $1,500
The Collection of Dr. Martin Eidelberg
Jan 21, 2017 10:00 AM EST
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Lot 0017 Details

Description
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TIFFANY STUDIOS
Rare Favrile pottery vase with a design of plants, matte chocolate glaze, New York, 1904-19
Incised LCT
6" x 7"
Provenance: Carol Ferranti, New York, January 1972
Collection of Martin Eidelberg, New York
Published: Martin Eidelberg, Tiffany Favrile Pottery and the Quest of Beauty, New York, Lillian Nassau, 2010, p. 43 no. 67
Although the form of the vessel derives from Indian woven baskets, the pattern is taken from his study of small forest plants. The pottery version is based on a copper and enamel vessel now in the Charles Hosmer Morse Museum, Winter Park, Florida
illus. A.C. Frelinghuysen, Louis Comfort Tiffany and Laurelton Hall, New York, Metropolitan Museum, 2007, p. 127.
Condition
...
One small grinding chip to foot ring, a couple of very short, very minor scratches to shoulder. Otherwise excellent condition.

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