This lampshade is a reproduction of an original Tiffany Jonquil Daffodil 20″ diameter shade. I have selected glass in shades of a warm yellow to amber tones for the flowers. The background glass is a rich aqua color that varies in light to dark tones.
It is a rather unusual Tiffany design as it has two different flowers in one shade. The daffodil is represented at the top and the jonquil fills the band of flowers toward the bottom. The shade is shown on a reproduction Tiffany Mock Turtle base. Height of the finished lamp is 23″.
On this project I teamed up with a local Minneapolis woodworker Jason Math. The Buffet is a reproduction of a Harvey Ellis design from the early 1900’s. The glass panels I designed were inspired by a wood inlay Harvey Ellis motif that was used in other furniture designed by him. It would be great to showcase a collection of Arts and Crafts pottery. It is available for purchase.
Recently completed this entryway project for a house in southern Minnesota. The client wanted a widow solution that would let in the light but allow privacy from people being able to look in from the front of the house. I designed the glass to coordinate with a contemporary Arts and Crafts Style interior.