Pond Lily Library Lamp
A perennial favorite, the Pond Lily Library Lamp is celebrated for its graceful lines and dramatic color. Like the Peacock lamp, the shade motif extends to the bronze base: water lily blossoms and stems descend into a jumble of floating lily pads. It is one of six known examples. The others are in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Chrysler Museum of Art, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and one private collection.
Tiffany Studios, New York (1902–1932)
Leaded glass, bronze
Height 26 in.; Diameter: 18.75 in.
Electric lamp, No 344, Pond Lily lamp and shade, large
Photo: David Schlegel