Louis C. Tiffany Lotus Pagoda Vase

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Modgy's Louis C. Tiffany Lotus Pagodaexpandable, plastic, flower vase offers a delightful way to elevate any decor with vibrant colors and eye-catching patterns. Designed for convenience, these reusable vases pop up effortlessly when needed and fold flat for compact storage, allowing you to rotate between a variety of styles for any occasion. Whether it's a cozy dinner party or a festive gathering, Modgy vases add a touch of artistic flair while providing practicality and versatility to suit your decorating needs.

The Story

Although most famous for stunning leaded-glass lamps in floral patterns, Tiffany Studios also produced intriguing geometric designs.

Louis C. Tiffany found inspiration in nature and through his travels. The Lotus, Pagoda library lamp brings these facets of his interest together. In this design, the concept of the ribs of the lotus leaf combines with the tiered effect of a Japanese pagoda, while the favrile glass mixes shades of green slowly graduating to a milky white, ultimately creating a luminous whole.

Louis C. Tiffany (American, 1848-1933)
Tiffany Studios (1902-32)
Lotus, Pagoda Library Lamp
c. 1900-1905
Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art


Included: One vase per package, arrives flat in decorative gift packaging

Dimensions: 10.25" X 6.25"

Materials: BPA Free Plastic

Color: Stained Glass, Green, White

Care: Rinse with water and dish soap. Leave open to dry, store flat.


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    Victoria B.
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    Love it

    This was a gift, she loved it!

    melindajoy m.
    United States United States

    Tiffany lotus Pagota Vase

    I love the easy effortless way to have fresh flowers on the table when I am giving a talk or with an exhibit space. Thank you for your creativity. Melinda Joy