TIFFANY STUDIOS BRONZE & LEADED GLASS MOORISH STYLE CHANDELIER, H 42". DIA 26"
Numbered and signed, "A552 Tiffany Studios New York" on the interior of the leaded shade. Bronze ceiling plate suspending six chains to a Moorish style lattice ring from which are suspended gold Favrile faceted prisms with alternating Moorish influenced hanging ball chains. Underside having Tiffany gold leaded shade in hues from caramel to cream. Shade dia. 24"Early 19th.c.
Tiffany and Co., New York c. 1910.
Horace Dodge, Grosse Pointe, MI c.1910. Installed in Dodge’s mansion “Rose Terrace I”, Grosse Pointe, MI. Rose Terrace I – Designed by Albert Kahn and
completed c. 1910. Razed c.1930. Many of the furnishings and at least one fireplace were purchased from Tiffany and Co.
Purchased by the father of the consignor c. 1930 when the furnishings from Rose Terrace I were sold prior to its demolition and the subsequent construction of Rose Terrace II by Anna Thomson Dodge.
By descent to the consignor.
Consignor family provenance to be supplied to the successful purchaser.
Dodge Dynasty: The Car and the Family that Rocked Detroit by Caroline Latham & David Agresta. Illustrated P.98
Illustrated on the Grosse Pointe Historical Society web site by accessing the following link: http://www.gphistorical.org/autobarons/dodge/Album1.htm