Metropolitan Museum of Art, Louis C. Tiffany Peacock Glass Picture FrameRegular price $ 28.00
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Louis C. Tiffany Peacock Glass Picture Frame
These fashionable frame highlights feathery details from a luminous glass vase (ca. 1900) in The Met collection by Louis C. Tiffany (American, 1848–1933). The rectangular frame measures 8" x 6" and is designed to hold a 4" x 6" picture.
- Frame measures 8" x 6" - and holds a 4'' x 6'' picture
- Wipe Clean
About Louis Tiffany
In the early 1890s, the Gilded Age master developed a method of blending different colors together in glass while it was in a molten state, thus achieving subtle effects of shading and texture. He called this type of glass, which was often noted for its iridescence, Favrile glass (from fabrile, an Old English word meaning "hand-wrought"). This frame pays homage to this opalescent Favrile glass with its subtle shadings, swirls, and textures.