Swanky Blue Slag Glass Flower Dome, c1972 Item # R1703
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, virtually anything that had a piece of opalescent or colored glass in it was called a "Tiffany" light - and this at a time when Tiffany's real lamps were woefully under-appreciated. This example takes the power of the flower and translates it for dining room or breakfast nook with elegant simplicity and modern optimism.
- Note: One of the blue panels appears to have been replaced at some point and is a little funky (but so is the whole thing).
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