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Three cheerful young 1930's lasses in causal garb out working in the garden.

Arlington Unitarian Church, Boston City. I love this stained glass window because it's so intricate. The thick border has only two colors which make your eye move into the center image. Once in the center, your eye moves up to the lighter colored glass where the focal point shows the images.

tub washer with wringer - In 1956, my mother got one with an "automatic release" button in case your hand started to go through the ringer!!

Iris Lantern Loaded Favrile glass Tiffany Studios, New York. Tiffany glass is the generic name used to describe glass produced from 1878 to 1933 at the Tiffany Studios. However, it is his head designer until 1909, Clara Driscoll, who is the person now recognized as the real creator of the finest of the leaded glass Tiffany Lamps. Photo: J. Alistair Duncan Ltd.

Tiffany Glass Wings. Note the patterns in the glass pieces. They were created to give a sense of depth and texture and then used almost as paint to create the image. See the striations on the feathers? The chain mail of the skirt? The play of swirls in the bodice looks like light reflecting off of gold or bronze. Amazing.

Art Nouveau vase designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany , made by Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company (1892-1902)