Sunday, February 27, 2005

A window by Harry Clarke Studios. After careful deliberation by its Monseigner the Church of St Vincent de Paul in Bayonne, New Jersey, selected Harry Clarke's studio to undertake the making of their stained glass windows. The project was initiated by Harry himself shortly before his untimely death in 1931 and was carried out during the course of many years thereafter.  Posted by Hello

Sunday, February 06, 2005

The latest, and in my opinion greatest, lamp addition to the Glassmasters line of Tiffany lamps. This particular lamp is an authorised and approved reproduction of an original in the Charles Hosmer Museum in Florida. This gorgeous work has been well over a year in development and the attention to detail is simply incredible. Unfortunately it is not likely to be available to ship until April 2005. Posted by Hello

A very nice concept. This stand has been made by Glassmasters so that their 6 1/2" roundels (such as the Tiffany Holy Spirit pictured in the inset) can be displayed backlit by flickering candle-light. If it proves successful they plan to introduce it in other sizes to take oval and rectangular panels. Posted by Hello

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One of the most beautiful Glassmasters panels I have seen. It is probably no coincidence that Hollyhock by Tiffany has been developed in conjunction with the Corning Museum of Glass and is to their exacting standards and specification.  Posted by Hello