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Tiffany Studios

Wed, Jun 07, 2017 at 10am EDT |
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2017-06-07 10:00:00 2017-06-07 18:00:00 America/New_York Tiffany Studios Special Section of the June 7, 2017 Doyle+Design Sale, Comprising Lots 304-326. Please note that the end time is an estimate based on average auction duration and is not guaranteed; auctions may end earlier or later than their estimated end time. New York Doyle info@doyle.com
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Special Section of the June 7, 2017 Doyle+Design Sale, Comprising Lots 304-326

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Exhibition Dates
Sat, Jun 03
10am – 5pm

Sun, Jun 04
12pm – 5pm

Mon, Jun 05
10am – 6pm


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Doyle New York
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New York,  NY  10128


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  • Doyle to Auction Tiffany Studios Objects on June 7, 2017 at 10am
  • Highlights Include an Important Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Mosaic Panel and a Selection of Lamps
  • Special Section of the June 7, 2017 Doyle+Design Sale, Comprising Lots 304-326

NEW YORK, NY -- The Doyle+Design auction on Wednesday, June 7, 2017 at 10am showcases a wide range of objects by Tiffany Studios, comprising lots 304 - 329. Highlighting the section is a magnificent and exceedingly rare favrile glass nautical themes mosaic panel. It was created by the Ecclesiastical Department of Tiffany Studios for Dorothy Linn (Mrs. Cyrus Hall McCormick, III) of Lake Forest, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1915-22. Measuring 36 inches in height, the panel acquired directly from Dorothy Linn by the current consignor in the 1960s (est. $100,000-150,000).

Property from the Estate of Harry Oppenheimer offers a large group of lamps. Four monumental gilt-bronze and favrile glass table lamps were commissioned circa 1897 from the relatively new Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company for Henry Hardenbergh’s sumptuous Hotel Manhattan, which once stood at the corner of Madison Avenue and 42nd Street near Grand Central Terminal. The rare and important lamp, measuring 53 3/4 inches in height with a shade 31 inches in diameter, was purchased by the current consignor at Doyle in 1987 (est. $40,000-60,000).

Louis Comfort Tiffany

Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933) was one of the most prolific and creative artistic talents in America during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Tiffany was the son of Charles Lewis Tiffany, the founder of the luxury goods store Tiffany & Co. He received early training as a painter and traveled extensively in Europe. By 1879, he became a partner in the short-lived but influential decorating concern Louis C. Tiffany and Associated Artists. In 1883, Tiffany broke off on his own, and by 1892, he established the Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company. By 1902, his firm entered what was perhaps its most prolific period under the name Tiffany Studios

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  • A New England Collection
  • Estate of Barbara Anspach
  • Estate of Elsie Adler
  • Estate of George Labalme, Jr.
  • Estate of Harry Oppenheimer
  • Estate of Marian W. Freedman
  • Estate of Mary Kettaneh
  • Estate of Nan Rosenthal and Henry B. Cortesi
  • Estate of Norman Mercer
  • Estate of Victor Shanok
  • Proceeds to benefit Habitat for Humanity
  • Property from a New York Estate
  • Property from a Pennsylvania Collection
  • Property from a Private New York Estate
  • Property from the Watermill Center, Water Mill, New York
  • Property of a Boston, Massachusetts Collector
  • Property of a New Jersey Estate
  • Property of a Private Beverly Hills Collector
  • Property of a Private Collector, New Jersey
  • Property of Mr. & Mrs. William A. Perry
  • Sara T. and John D. Davies Collection
  • The Collection of Joachim Neugroschel

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