Louis C. Tiffany’s (American, 1848-1933) pioneering use of opalescent glass allowed his artisans to “paint” with glass, enabling the creation of his extraordinary windows. This lovely vase is inspired by a landscape window in the collection of the New-York Historical Society. Painterly swaths of translucent color sweep across the “Magnolia Landscape” punctuated by leading, sculpted in places to mimic the contours of magnolia branches – which is as integral to the imagery as the milky and multicolored glass.
Tiffany Studios (1902-1932)
Landscape Window, ca. 1910-1920
Gift of Dr. Egon Neustadt, The New-York Historical Society
Gave them as gifts. Everyone loved them.
I buy these as little gifts for my RV traveling friends. We all love them because when the flowers are gone the vase collapses down and is easily stored away.
Great and totally unique hostess gift
I have purchased several of your collapsible vases! They make such great gifts! The Tiffany magnolia is my personal favorite, although friends I have given different designs to seem to really like them! Thank you for this lovely product!
I have bought a great many of your vases, and I love them. They make the best gifts! Friends and family that I have given them to always call to say how much they like them! My personal favorite is the Tiffany Magnolia vase, but I have used different ones at my house as well as my lake home. Thank you for such a great product!