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This fashionable frame highlights the detailing on a fabulous vase (ca. 1900) by Louis C. Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) in The Met collection.

In the early 1890s, the Gilded Age designer developed a method of blending colors in glass while it was still in a molten state to achieve subtle effects of shading and texture. He called the results "Favrile" (from fabrile, an Old English word meaning "hand-wrought"), and was duly celebrated for the ingenious development.

Piece displays a 4"x6" print or photo. Overall, the piece measures 8¼''L x 6¼"W.  Felt backing.

To view the complete collection, visit: The Metropolitan Museum of Art® Collection

Louis C. Tiffany Peacock Feather Glass 4x6 frame from the Met Museum® collection

Model #18856615
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Brand: Met Museum of Art®
Displays: 4"x6"
Orientation: Both
Material: Glass
Color: Aquamarine, Blue
Approx. Overall Dimensions:6 1/4"x8 1/4"
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Met Museum Antique