Round stained glass to turn any white wall into a prism with every color in the rainbow . . .. back and forth through time and place.

ca. 1900.
Ca. 1900. American. Originally from a church in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Image @ D C Riggott Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.dcriggott.com/antique-framed-american-floral-round-stained-glass-window
Medallion. Part of the palladian window over the marquee. ca. 1927.
Medallion. Part of the palladian window over the marquee. ca. 1927. American. Made for the Lawndale Theatre, Chicago, Illinois. Maker not known. Theatre designed by William P.Whitney. Image © Urban Remains Chicago. Fair use license. via https://www.urbanremainschicago.com/products/architectural/stained-glass-windows/original-one-of-a-kind-c-1927-vibrantly-colored-american-exte
Ornamental roundel. 1260-70.
Ornamental roundel. 1260-70. Made in Salisbury, England. Pot metal, glass, vitreous paint, and silver stain. Maker not known. Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/466355?searchField=All&sortBy=relevance&ao=on
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Viking boats in rainbow glass mosaic in a network of gilt threads and things to go with them. Useful if the Norsemen of the North ever return and pretty just to keep around the herregård. Norwegian. Goldsmith Marius Hammer, maker (1847-1927). Roughly contemporary with Gustav Gaudernack whose work we saw a bit back with more coming.

Cup and saucer. ca. 1900.
Cup and saucer. ca. 1900. Gilded silver and plique-a-jour enamel. Almost certainly made by Marius Hammer. Image © John Atzbach Antiques. Fair use license. via http://atzbach.com/product/a-norwegian-gilded-silver-and-plique-a-jour-enamel-cup-and-saucer/
Bordoppsats (Jardiniere). 1898-1902.
Bordoppsats (Jardiniere). 1898-1902. Filigree silver with window and mirror enamel over guilloche. Collection of the Nasjonal Museet. Fair use license. via http://samling.nasjonalmuseet.no/en/object/NMK.2008.0732
Creamer (detail). ca. 1898-1910.
Creamer (detail) . Gilt silver and enamel. ca. 1898-1910. Image © Heritage Auctions, HA.com. Fair use license. via https://fineart.ha.com/itm/silver-holloware-continental/a-russian-gilt-silver-and-enamel-sugar-bowl-with-marius-hamm
Tesil Sil (tea strainer). ca. 1900.
Tesil Sil (tea strainer). ca. 1900. Molded and filigree silver and gilding with window enameling and perforation. Image © Nasjonal Museet, Oslo. Fair use license. via http://samling.nasjonalmuseet.no/en/object/OK-1990-0068#
Skål. ca. 1895.
Skål. ca. 1895. Filigree work in gold-plated silver, with mirror enamel and window painting. Image © Nasjonal Museet, Oslo. Fair use license. via http://samling.nasjonalmuseet.no/en/object/OK-1995-0086#

Posters from the way back time when incandescence was exciting. Turn of the last century.

Poster advocating the use of gas incandescent lamps.1896.
Poster advocating the use of gas incandescent lamps.1896. Italian. Giovanni Mataloni, illustrator. In the public domain. via https://uauposters.com.br/poster-belle-epoque-vintage-4053
"Electricine - Eclairage de Lux" 1897.
“Electricine – Eclairage de Lux” 1897. French. Lithograph. Lucien Lefèvre, Printer. In the public domain. via https://www.thevintagenews.com/2016/01/31/49463/3
"Nederlandse Gasgloeilicht Maatschappi." 1897.
“Nederlandse Gasgloeilicht Maatschappij.” 1897. Dutch. Johann Georg van Caspel, illustrator. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Nederlandse_Gasgloeilicht_Maatschappij_voorheen_J._Selten.jpg

Jugendstil in elegant black and gold to shine up your next party from Adolf Beckert, master of glass. Living from 1884 to 1929, creative genius for Loetz Glassworks. Director of the Steinschönau Glasfachschule.

Liqueur Service. ca. 1915.
Liqueur Service. ca. 1915. Carafe and six glasses in the “Dance of the Devils” pattern. Made at the Steinschönau school. Designed by Beckert. Fair use license. via https://www.etsy.com/listing/658248892/rar-liqueur-service-haidasteinschonau?ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=ADOLF+BECKERT&ref=sr_galle
Centerpiece. ca. 1916.
Centerpiece. ca. 1916. Enameled glass. Designed by Beckert for the Steinschönau School. Fair use licence. via https://www.ebay.com/itm/Amazing-Art-Deco-Adolf-Beckert-Steinschonau-Enameled-Glass-Centerpice-ca-1916/312019756925?hash=item48a5d3a77d:g:SL0AAOSw6DtYYE0D:rk:3:pf:1&frcectupt=tru
Bowl. ca. 1915.
Bowl. ca. 1915. Etched and yellow stained glass with black and gold paint. Flower and leaf design. Designed for the Steinschönau school. Image © Glaswolf, Stuttgart. Fair use licence. via https://www.glaswolf.de/Schale_Adolf_Beckert.180+B6YmFja1BJRD0xODAmTD0xJnByb2R1Y3RJRD0yODY2NiZwaWRfcHJvZHVjdD0xODAmZGV0YWlsPQ__.0.html

The green of summer whenever you need it. Landscapes glowing with emerald tones by Russian artist Arkhip Kuindzhi. (1842 to 1910).

"A Birch Grove." 1879.
“A Birch Grove.” 1879. Oil on canvas. Collection of the Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow. In the public domain in the United States because the artist died over 70 years ago. via https://www.wikiart.org/en/arkhip-kuindzhi/a-birch-grove-1879
"Kuindzhi Forest." 1887.
“Kuindzhi Forest.” 1887. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kuindzhi_Forest_1887.jpg
"A Birch Grove." 1901.
“A Birch Grove.” 1901. Oil on canvas. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://www.wikiart.org/en/arkhip-kuindzhi/a-birch-grove-1901

Illustrations from a 1913 edition of “In Powder and Crinoline” (“The Twelve Dancing Princesses) just waiting to dance into the hearts of little girls everywhere. Kay Nielsen, Danish illustrator (1886-1957).

"The Ship Headed About and Sped Over the Depths of the Sea."
“The Ship Headed About and Sped Over the Depths of the Sea.” Collection of Washington University in Saint Louis. via https://library.wustl.edu/fendi-loves-kay-nielsen/
"Czarina's archery."
“Czarina’s archery.” via http://foromanualidades.facilisimo.com/foros/decoupage/laminas-vintage-antiguas-retro-y-por-el-estilo_684857_504.html
"The Princesses on the way to the dance."
“The Princesses on the way to the dance.” via https://libapps.libraries.uc.edu/liblog/2016/11/enchanting-fairy-tales-dressed-in-powder-and-crinoline/

All works in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1924.

Fans from “Costumes parisiens. Eventails de Paquin d’après” from a 1912 issue of the Parisian fashion magazine ” Journal des Dames et des Modes”. Engraved from drawings that George Barbier and Paul Iribe made for the fashion House of Paquin, you could be chic waving them around at a party anywhere.

Fan #1.
Fan #1 Plate 42 (detail) Image © Diktats.com. Fair use license. via http://www.diktats.com/french/eventails-de-paquin-d-apres-george-barbier-et-paul-iribe-le-journal-des-dames-et-des-modes-costumes-parisiens-1912.html
Fan #2 Plate 42 (detail)
Fan #2 Plate 42 (detail) Image © Edition Originale. Fair use license. via https://www.edition-originale.com/en/prints-engravings-photographs/prints-xxe/-costumes-parisiens-eventails-de-paquin-1912-57647
Fan #3 Plate 42 (detail).
Fan #3 Plate 42 (detail). https://www.edition-originale.com/en/prints-engravings-photographs/prints-xxe/-costumes-parisiens-eventails-de-paquin-1912-57647