More glorious glass from Louis Comfort Tiffany and his studios, made for his long demolished home, Laurelton Hall which was out on Long Island in New York.

Chapel reredos. ca. 1893.
Chapel reredos. ca. 1893. Exhibited at The World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago. (The White City). Glass mosaic. Image courtesy the Morse Museum. via http://www.morsemuseum.org/collection-highlights/architectural-ornament/chapel-reredos
Daffodil Terrace capital.  ca. 1893.
Daffodil Terrace capital. ca. 1893. Concrete and cast glass. Collection of the Morse Museum. via https://www.thesprucecrafts.com/tiffanys-laurelton-hall-in-photos-4122039
Dragonfly lamp screen. ca. 1920.
Dragonfly lamp screen. ca. 1920. Leaded glass. Image courtesy the Morse Museum. via http://www.morsemuseum.org/collection-highlights/lamps-and-lighting/moth-lamp-screen
Electrolier. ca. 1893.
Electrolier. ca. 1893. Exhibited at the World’s Columbian Exposition, Chicago, 1893 (The White City). Glass and metal. Image courtesy the Morse Museum. via http://www.morsemuseum.org/collection-highlights/lamps-and-lighting/chapel-electrolier1
Lunette window. ca. 1890-1900.
Lunette window. ca. 1890-1900. Leaded glass and cast lead. Image courtesy the Morse Museum. via http://www.morsemuseum.org/collection-highlights/windows/lunette-window

A bit of luck these are. I post these to my twitter account where the Morse Museum found my earlier Tiffany post. They sent me a link asking me to check out their Tiffany collection so I could share them with you. A real treat.

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