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Louis Comfort Tiffany on the beach in southern Florida, 1930
333-341 Fourth Avenue (now Park Avenue South at 25th Street) housed Tiffany’s decorating business from 1881 until the turn-of-the-century.
Postbesteller Toon de Kam met zijn fiets (ca, 1930)
1930's french model: deep red-plum lips with sharp penciled line along with pale skin and smudged liner. A perfect look to use for the modern lady.
1930s beach pajamas on these stylin' ladies
PREDICTION: By 2050, mothers will become so smart they will need silver control rods inserted in their heads to prevent their brains from melting down.
This scent bottle from around 1905 is made of Cypriote glass and features an amethyst stopper. Right: Exhibited at the 1900 Exposition Universelle in Paris, this scent bottle comes with its own stand. TIFFANY
Vase, ca. 1911, Louis Comfort Tiffany
#Tiffany -- Louis Comfort Tiffany Favrile Vase -- Circa 1893-96 -- Metropolitan Museum of Art
Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) Dogwood, ca. 1900-15 by tammie
Vase - Louis Comfort Tiffany
Tiffany Glass Window
This Cobweb Table Lamp from 1900 or 1901, one of only seven known examples, is probably the most important piece in the Michaan’s auction.