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BOOKS on LOUIS COMFORT TIFFANY

Tiffany at Auction, Alistair Duncan, February 1984, Rizzoli Publications
The most important reference book available on Tiffany glass and lamps. Important section of original black & white photos from Tiffany Studios + index of original Tiffany numbers and corresponding descriptions. 348 pages.

The Art of Tiffany, Alistair Duncan,1972, Rizolli Publications
The best resource book for Tiffany Shades showing a wide variety of lamps manufactured by Tiffany. Includes dimensions and details and an excellent discussion on glass used by Tiffany.

The "Lost" Treasures of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Hugh F. McKean ISBN: 0764315471 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 200 color & 60 b/w photos Pages: 320

The Lamps of Tiffany Studios, Alastair Duncan and William Feldstein Jr , 1983, Thames and Hudson Ltd; Hardcover: 180 pages ; ASIN: 0500233675

The Art of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Vivienne Couldrey, 1996
Louis Comfort Tiffany was the famous son of a famous father. The father founded Tiffany & Co., the son was the leader of American taste in art in decoration for forty years. This lively examination of his life and work includes the dramatic story of Tiffany's rise and fall- a man convinced of his own genius - adventurous and talented enough to be unorthodox, feted and ignored and finally vindicated by time. Over 100 full-scale illustrations reveal the range of Tiffany's genius as a colorist, artist, designer and craftsman.

Masterworks of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Alastair Duncan, 1998.

Lamps of Tiffany, Egon Neustadt Hardcover, June 1970, Neustadt Museum of Tiffany Art; Dimensions (in inches): 0.75 x 13.50 x 11.00, ISBN: 0913158011

Louis C. Tiffany : The Collected Works of Robert Koch, Robert Koch ISBN: 0764314009 Size: 8 1/2" x 11" Illustrations: 803 b/w & 90 color photos Pages: 288

Tiffany Favrile Art Glass Moise S. Steeg ISBN: 0764302078 Size: 9" x 12" Illustrations: 240 color photos Pages: 192.


BOOKS ON HANDEL and PAIRPOINT

Great Art Glass Lamps Martin M. May ISBN: 076431808X Size: 9" x 12" Illustrations: 235 color photos Pages: 240
This book is a lamp collector's dream. Presented together for the first time are over 200 of the finest Victorian glass-shaded lamps made by the top four manufacturers: Tiffany, Duffner & Kimberly, Pairpoint, and Handel. Each lamp is shown in large color photographs to display the exquisite detail that has kept them among the most cherished and valuable Victorian home accessories. A never-before-published 1906 Duffner & Kimberly lamps catalog supplements the photographs and gives exact design details.

Pairpoint Lamps A Collector Guide, Louis O. St. Aubin, Jr.
First written in 1974, this is a concise and useful guide to Pairpoint painted and puffy lamps. The book is spiral bound and divided into lamp sections. Many photos, all black and white. Out of print. 50 pages.The exceptional beauty of Pairpoint glass lamps has been cherished since their origin in New Bedford, Massachusetts, between 1907 and 1929. Now, for the first time, the complete range and diversity of these magnificent, softly glowing works of art are shown together in a useful source and reference. More than 200 full-color photographs, excerpts from company catalogs, and advertisements detail the designs, shade styles and sizes, and serial numbers of the lamps. A rarity guide is included.

Pairpoint Lamps, Edward and Sheila Malakoff.
The follow-up book to St. Aubin. All color with many photos of painted and puffy lamps. Includes a nice, small black and white section with reprints of original Pairpoint lamp photos. 160 pages.

Great Art Glass Lamps: Tiffany, Duffner & Kimberly, Pairpoint, and Handel, Martin M. May Hardcover Publisher: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.; (September 2003) ISBN: 076431808X

The Handel Lamps Book, Carole Goldman Hibel, John Hibel, John Fontaine, Carole Goldman & Hibel, Fontaine Publishers; 1st edition (December 1999), 260 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 1.06 x 12.26 x 9.32

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