Egyptian Revival with a Tiffany Studios spin. Egyptian Revival has been going in and out of fashion for around 200 years. It always comes back. All of that with that extra fabulousness.

Bookends. ca. 1920. American. Gilt bronze with polychrome decoration. Maker’s marks: Impressed “TIFFANY STUDIOS/NEWYORK/2032” Image © 2020 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auction/2020/design-2/tiffany-studios-pair-of-egyptian-bookends
Pair of cast bronze wall sconces/plaques with turtle bank inserts. ca. 1920. American. Maker’s marks: stamped “TIFFANY STUDIOS NEW YORK.” Image  2020 © Antiquarian Traders, Inc. Fair use license. via http://antiquariantraders.com/shop-antiques/bronze/rare-pr-of-tiffany-cast-bronze-egyptian-revival-wall-sconesplaques/

Carved favrile glass Egyptian collar baluster form vase, the shoulder carved with a band of flowers. ca. 1912. American. Maker’s marks: Engraved “L. C. Tiffany Favrilte 7175N”. Image © 1stdibs.com, Inc. 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/decorative-objects/vases-vessels/vases/carved-tiffany-favrile-glass-egyptian-collar-vasetiffany-studios/id-f_15598842/

Antique compotes from Tiffany. Some in silver and some in glass. All beautiful.

Compote with cage stem. ca. 1909.
Compote with cage stem. ca. 1909. American. Blue iridescent glass with a webbing of glass around a plain stem. Marked “6207D L.C.Tiffany – Favrile” (1909) around the around palipout. Tiffany Studios, maker. Image © Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia. Fair use license. via https://chrysler.emuseum.com/objects/4046/compote-with-cage-stem?ctx=de96b4fe-0906-4054-b99f-e054a2b062fb&idx=16

Compote. ca. 1854-1869. Etruscan Revival.
Compote. ca. 1854-1869. Etruscan Revival. Silver. Marks: “TIFFANY & CO, QUALITY 925-1000, 550 BROADWAY, 1930, 4144, (two Gothic Ms).” A. John Chandler Moore & Son for Tiffany and Company, maker. Image © 2020 Heritage Auctions. Fair use license. via https://fineart.ha.com/itm/silver-holloware-american/compotes/a-john-chandler-moore-and-son-etruscan-revival-silver-compote-for-tiffany-and-co-new-york-circa-1854-1869marks-tiffany-and/a/5297-74087.s

Compote with deer with majestic stag antlers and a hunt theme.
Compote with handles in a hunt motif with deer with majestic stag antlers. Curved bowl with a floral rinceaux rim and a reeded foot, Hallmark for 1870-1875. American. Sterling silver.Curved bowl and domed foot. Bowl has floral rinceaux rim. Union Square hallmark (1870-75) with pre-1875 pattern no. 3623. Tiffany and Company, New York, maker. Image Nelson & Nelson Antiques, Inc. © 2019. Fair use license. via https://www.nelsonandnelsonantiques.com/items/1387687/Early-Tiffany-Sterling-Silver-Deer-Compote-Majestic-Stag-Antlers

Compote.
Compote with mold blown gold iridescent glass, optic ribbed bowl, solid baluster stem and a round foot with an engraved ivy design inside the bowl and foot top. ca. 1921. Marks: “1711P c L.C. Tiffany Favrile” with the c underlined engraved on the bottom turned rim.”543 – C54″ scratched near the rim. Image © Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia. Fair use license. via https://chrysler.emuseum.com/objects/8855/compote?ctx=56ff5871-b9bc-41a2-9d28-9ca657ad927a&idx=3

Flower pictures by American artist Alice Carmen Gouvy (ca. 1870-1875 to 1924). A designer for Tiffany Studios, she studied first at the Cleveland School of Art and later at the Art Students League in New York.

"Violets.” 1898-1902.
“Violets.” 1898-1902. Watercolor. Alice Carmen Gouvy for Tiffany Furnaces, Corona, New York. Collection of the Rakow Research Library, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Violets_(watercolor).jpg

"Thistle." 1902. Watercolor.
“Thistle.” 1902. Watercolor. Done by Gouvy for Tiffany Furnaces, Corona, New York. Collection of the Rakow Research Library, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York. In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Thistle_watercolor.jpg

'Snapdragons." ca. 1901.
“Snapdragons.” ca. 1901. Watercolor on paper. Alice Carmen Gouvy, designer for the Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, New York. Image © Charles Hosmer Morse Museum, Winter Park, Florida. Fair use license. via https://www.pinterest.com/pin/488429522082750621/?lp=true

"Chestnut Leaves.' 1898-1982.
“Chestnut Leaves.’ 1898-1982. Watercolor. Alice Carmen Gouvy for Tiffany Furnaces, Corona, New York, New York. Collection of the Rakow Research Library, The Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chestnut_Leaves.jpg

Designs for stained glass windows that sparkle from Tiffany studios. Collection of the Morse Museum, Orlando, Florida. Images courtesy of the museum.

Mausoleum windows. ca. 1910.
Mausoleum windows. ca. 1910. Mrs. Helen B. Raven, client. Watercolor on paper Attributed to Agnes Northrop for Tiffany Studios. Collection of the Morse Museum. via http://www.morsemuseum.org/collection-highlights/paintings/62-023-mausoleum-window-design

Design for a window in the Rosehill Mausoleum. c. 1910.
Design for a window in the Rosehill Mausoleum. c. 1910. Watercolor on paper. Collection of the Morse Museum. via http://www.morsemuseum.org/collection-highlights/paintings/62-024-design-for-landscape-window

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.