Louis Comfort Tiffany – Favrile glass vase – L.C.T. E 1811

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Manufacturer: Louis Comfort Tiffany

Type: Favrile glass

Style: Art Nouveau

Material: Molded and free-formed glass, reduced, improved pontil, iridescent

Color: Cream white and different shades of brown

Period: 1900 – 1909


The Tiffany Studios, founded by Louis Comfort Tiffany in the late 19th century, was a leading producer of art glass and decorative objects. The Favrile group represented a specific line of glassware produced by Tiffany Studios, characterized by its iridescent effects and organic forms.

Louis Comfort Tiffany was known for his innovative approach to glass production, experimenting with various techniques to achieve unique visual effects. The creamy background of this vase, combined with the intense iridescent colors, is typical of Favrile glass and illustrates Tiffany’s pursuit of harmony between color, form, and texture.

The signature “L.C.T. E 1811” on the bottom of the vase refers to Louis Comfort Tiffany and his factory. “L.C.T.” stands for his initials, while “E 1811” may be a production number or catalog number used by Tiffany Studios to identify their works.

This vase is not only an excellent example of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s craftsmanship but also represents his tremendous international success. Tiffany’s works were appreciated for their artistic beauty and craftsmanship and were exhibited and sold worldwide, making his name synonymous with American craftsmanship in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.


Height: 185mm / 7.28”

Diameter: 130mm / 5.11″

Condition: Mint

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