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Craftmade
$269.00

From the top of its elegant framework to the edge of each beautifully proportioned shade. Linden Lane exudes a fluid grace. Delica...te tubular arms flow effortlessly through sensuous curves into elegant hurricane-style glass shades. The new address for opulent style is Linden Lane.Number of Bulbs: 3Bulb Type: A-type Candelabra Base IncandescentBulb Wattage: 60Bulb Included: NoUL Listing: cULus Indoor read more

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Vintaj
$6.99

This item is a decorative drop pendant. Use as a focal piece, charm or creative accent in your jewelry. This item is also great fo...r embellishing all types of scrap booking and craft projects. read more

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Cloud Mountain
$129.99 $65.00

Features: - It is high quality handmade tiffany lamp with pieces of glass and glass beads. - Best choice of desk lamp and bedside ...lamp with excellent quality and reasonable price. - Application: Bedroom, Study Room, Living Room, Others. - Decorative Style: Classic, European, Antique, Country Style. - Functional and decorative lamp for using a higher wattage bulb to read and lower wattage bulb to enjoy. - The glass oil on the surface of the lamp is used for anti oxidation. - Wattage: 2 40-watt (max) bulbs in the shade - Bulb Type: A - Number of Bulbs: 2 - Bulbs Included: No * Maintenance: Please wipe it with dry cloth.(Do not wash with water) read more

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Elk
$378.00

The geometric lines of this collection offer harmonious symmetry with a sophisticated contemporary appeal. A perfect complement fo...r kitchens, billiard parlors, or any area that requires direct lighting. Featured in satin nickel with white marbleized glassNumber of Bulbs: 2Wattage: 75Bulb Type: MediumBulb Included: NoSafety Rating: UL read more

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Meyda Tiffany
$255.60

A Victorian inspired ring of Petal Pink roses are the centerpiece of this quatrefoil window created with 188 pieces of Pink, Tende...r Green and textured Clear stained glass with 13 Clear glass bevels. Handcrafted with stained art glass utilizing the copperfoil construction process, this beautiful Tiffany style window also comes with a solid brass hanging chain and brackets. Size: W20 H20 Shade: 20 Height x 20 Width Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 19.625 x 19.625 x 19 Item Weight 8 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$491.40

A Meyda Tiffany original design, the Fleur-de-Lis Mediumallion window is an intricate design of Yellow tri-petaled irises and Azur...e colored jewels against Crimson and Cobalt bands. Reminiscent of castle and cathedral windows, this pattern holds a prominent place in French Heraldry. Handcrafted utilizing the copperfoil construction process and 296 pieces of stained art glass and 24 Azure glass jewels encased in a solid brass frame. Mounting bracket and jack chain are included. Shade: 30 Height x 30 Width Size: W30 H30 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 45.625 x 12.625 x 35.875 Item Weight 29 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$776.00

25 W X 25 H Front Hall Floral Stained Glass WindowFeatures: Dimensions: W 24.5 H 24.5 Family: Front Hall Floral Manufacturer Detai...l   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 29.125 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 40 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$226.80

Balance The Scales With This Law Window. Burgundy, Gold And Royal Purple Stained Art Glass, On A Crystalline Background, Will Deli...ght Your Lawyer, Law Firm, Judge, Or Legal Professional. Framedium In Solid Brass, This Meyda Tiffany Original Stained Glass Window Has Brass Mounting Bracket And Chains Included. Created With 78 Pieces Of Hand Cut Glass It Is The Perfect Prescription. Attorneys And Members Of The Court, Bring Us Justice. Size:W18 H18 Shade: 18 Height X 18 Width Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 28.74 x 22.625 x 28.74 Item Weight 12 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$426.60

513 pieces of hand cut stained glass and 10 jewelsare used to make this elegant transom window, featuringa floral medallion flanke...d with translucent figureeights and bordered in matching glass. Topaz, Moss andBurgundy are the prime colors of this Tiffany stylewindow. A solid brass hanging chain and brackets areincluded.Features:Family: Evelyn in Topaz TransomTheme: Victorian TiffanyColor: Green/Blue Purple/Blue Burgundy Zai HaItem Dimension: W 35 in.Item Weight: 41 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$307.80

A Meyda original A pair of Teal and Sapphire lovebirds nest on branches of Bark Brown with Pink blossoms and Jade leaves. Handcraf...ted utilizing the copperfoil construction process and 398 pieces of stained art glass encased in a solid brass frame, each window is a unique creation to be forever treasured. Mounting bracket and jack chain included Shade: 20 Height x 14 Width Size: H20 W14 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 22.625 x 22.625 x 25 Item Weight 11 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$2293.20

A truly incredible work of art is Meyda Tiffany'soriginal Woodland Lily Pond Window, displaying flora invibrant color including po...nd lilies, lady slippers,trillium and violets. Handcrafted utilizing thecopperfoil construction process and 2,283 pieces ofstained art glass encased in a solid brass frame, eachwindow is a unique creation to be forever treasured.Mounting bracket and jack chain included.Features:Family: Woodland LilyPondTheme: Lodge Tiffany FloralColor: Blue 59 Green Ca Pink Purple/BlueItem Dimension: W 30 in. Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$216.00

A Meyda Tiffany original design, the Fleur-de-Lismedallion window is an intricate design of Purpletri-petaled irises and Azure col...ored jewels againstbands of Green and Umber, surrounding a mottled Blue,Mauve, and Peridot field. Reminiscent of castle andcathedral windows, this pattern holds a prominent placein French Heraldry. Handcrafted utilizing thecopperfoil construction process and 296 pieces ofstained art glass and 24 Purple glass jewels encased ina solid brass frame. Mounting bracket and jack chainare included.Features:Family: Fleur-de-lis MedallionTheme: Victorian Tiffany GothicColor: Green/Blue Lt Blue Xag BlueItem Dimension: W 13 in. Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$275.40

A Multi Hued border and garland borders accent the rippling textured Clear glass of this elegant Victorian inspired stained glass ...window. The window is handcrafted utilizing the copperfoil construction process and 86 pieces of stained art glass encased in a solid brass frame. Mounting bracket and chain are included.Specifications: Total Height: 8 Total Width: 31.5 Size:W31.5 H8 Manufacturer Detail Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly.Dimensions12.313 x 5.313 x 46.75Item Weight11 lbsProcessing Time FrameUsually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$415.80

21 W X 15 H Meyda Tiffany Stained Glass WindowFeatures:Family: MEYDA TiffanyColor: Bai Flame Ha Lt Blue Grey Ca Lt Peach 59 FlameI...tem Dimension: W 21 in.Item Weight: 40 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$255.60

Bark Brown branches across a Azure sky make a pleasant repose for these often seen backyard bird early morning visitors. A Meyda o...riginal design, handcrafted utilizing the copperfoil construction process and 352 pieces of stained art glass. The artwork is set in a solid brass frame with included mounting bracket and jack chain . Shade: 18 Height x 18 Width size: h18 w18 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 22.625 x 22.625 x 22 Item Weight 11 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$340.20

A fly fisherman stands in sparkling Turquoise river winding through Majestic Purple and Meadow Green hills. This panoramic scene i...s handcrafted of stained art glass. The Meyda Tiffany Original window is fraMedium in solid brass and has brass mounting bracket and chains included. Size: W30 H19 Shade: 19 Height x 30 Width Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 40.551 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 17 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$1245.60

A magnificent reproduction of a Louis Comfort Tiffanyoriginal, Meyda's Tiffany Wisteria & Snowball Window isan extraordinary work ...of art. Handcrafted utilizing thecopperfoil construction process and 1,113 pieces ofstained art glass encased in a solid brass frame, eachwindow is a unique creation to be forever treasured.Mounting bracket and jack chain included.Features:Family: Tiffany Wisteria & SnowballTheme: Art GlassColor: Pbag Lt Blue Green/BlueItem Dimension: W 32 in. Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$459.00

99 jewels and 432 pieces of hand cut stained glassare used to create this radiant flower vine and shellinspired Sonja Transom wind...ow. Dainty Merlot flowerswith Ruby centers are surrounded with Jade vines onGold and Azure flourishes. Handcrafted utilizing thecopperfoil construction process created by Tiffany, thewindow also comes with a solid brass hanging chain andbrackets.Features:Family: Sonja TransomTheme: Victorian Tiffany Floral Art Glass NouveauColor: Ha Burgundy Pbag Da 59Item Dimension: W 29 in.Item Weight: 40 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$136.80

A solitary Grey cat, silhouetted by Ivory and Apricottulips and Blush colored peaches, with Spring Greenleaves sits against a ripp...ling clear glass windowframed in Honey accented with a flourish of Lilac andTeal. Handcrafted of Stained glass with brass framewith brass mounting bracket. Chains are included.Features:Family: Cat & TulipsTheme: Tiffany Floral Animals Nouveau RecreationColor: Zasdyi Grey Orange Flame HaItem Dimension: W 9 in. Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$237.60

320 pieces of hand cut Teal, Royal Violet withEmerald and Ivory stained glass are used to make thisregal Peacock Feather medallion... window. Handcraftedutilizing the copperfoil construction process createdby Tiffany, the window also comes with a solid brasshanging chain and brackets.Features:Family: Tiffany Peacock Feather MedallionTheme: Deco Tiffany NouveauColor: Pbag Green/Blue Lt Blue Purple/BlueItem Dimension: W 17 in.Item Weight: 42 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$356.00

28 W X 17 H Saranac Stained Glass WindowFeatures: Dimensions: W 28 H 17 Family: Saranac Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Me...yda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 29.125 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 40 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$604.80

A Black and White loon floats on sparkling Turquoise waters beside Marsh Green grasses. This handsome window is handcrafted utiliz...ing the copperfoil construction process and stained art glass encased in a solid brass frame. Mounting bracket and chain are included. Shade: 17 Height x 40 Width Size: W40 H17 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 27 x 5 x 47 Item Weight 19 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$367.20

A Pomegranate Red border is centered over a Frosty Blue field with flowers and flourishes of Wispy White and Amber jewels. This Me...yda Tiffany classic transom window is created of 512 hand cut pieces of stained art glass. The solid frame is made of the same brass as the hanging bracket and chains that are included with this window. Size:W28 H10 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 29.125 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 12 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$342.00

31 W X 13 H Utica Club Stained Glass WindowFeatures: Dimensions: W 31 H 13 Family: Utica Club Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years a...go, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 29.125 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 40 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$491.40

A pair of Brown and Gray Wood Ducks lazily swim in asparkling Turquoise river. Edged with Marsh Greencattails, this picturesque sc...ene is handcrafted of abeautiful selection of stained art glass. The MeydaTiffany Original window is framed in solid brass andhas brass mounting bracket and chains included.Features:Family: Wood DucksTheme: Lodge AnimalsColor: Ebna Amber Grey Ha 59 ZasdyItem Dimension: W 35 in.Item Weight: 41 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$412.20

Bare branched Tan and White Birch trees frame a Meadowgreen canoe with Wheat Beige interior. The frame andinset frame are bordered... in a Rust streaked MeadowGreen and the background glass is an icy Clear. TheMeyda Tiffany Original window is framed in solid brassand has brass mounting bracket and chains included.Features:Family: North Country CanoeTheme: LodgeColor: Vasdy Ca Zasdy Ha Red 59Item Dimension: W 28 in.Item Weight: 41 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$361.80

19 W X 18 H Middleton Medallion Stained Glass WindowFeatures: Dimensions: W 19 H 18 Family: Middleton Medallion Manufacturer Detai...l   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Item Weight 42 lbs read more

Meyda Tiffany
$324.00

552 pieces of hand cut glass are used to make thiselegant Celtic knot patterned glass window of GaelicMoss Green and Heather Brown.... An incomparable MeydaTiffany original design, constructed of individuallywrapped and soldered pieces of stained glass. A solidbrass hanging bracket and chains are includedFeatures:Family: Galway MedallionTheme: Tiffany Arts & Crafts Mackintosh NouveauColor: Ha59 Ca Ha 59 Amber AmberItem Dimension: W 25 in.Item Weight: 40 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$448.20

Bare branched Tan and White Birch trees frame a RattanBeige pack basket with Leather brown straps. The frameand inset frame are bo...rdered in a Rust streaked MeadowGreen and the background glass is an icy Clear. TheMeyda Tiffany original stained glass window is framedin solid brass and has brass mounting bracket andchains included.Features:Family: Pack BasketTheme: Lodge CountryColor: Vasdy Ca Beige Grey Amber 59Item Dimension: W 28 in.Item Weight: 40 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$396.00

Balance the scales with this Law window. Burgundy,Gold and Royal Purple stained art glass, on aCrystalline background, will deligh...t your lawyer, lawfirm, judge, or legal professional. Framed in solidbrass, this Meyda Tiffany original stained glass windowhas brass mounting bracket and chains included. Createdwith 78 pieces of hand cut glass it is the perfectprescription. Attorneys and members of the court, bringus justice. This window can be customized.Features:Family: Personalized JudicialTheme: ContemporaryColor: Ha Amber Pr Zasdy Ca BurgundyItem Dimension: W 18 in.Item Weight: 42 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$331.20

A Meyda Tiffany original design, the Fleur-de-Lis Mediumallion window is an intricate design of Yellow tri-petaled irises and Azur...e colored jewels against Crimson and Cobalt bands. Reminiscent of castle and cathedral windows, this pattern holds a prominent place in French Heraldry. Handcrafted utilizing the copperfoil construction process and 296 pieces of stained art glass and 24 Azure glass jewels encased in a solid brass frame. Mounting bracket and jack chain are included. Shade: 21 Height x 21 Width Size: h21 w21 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 29.125 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 13 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$565.20

A flourish of Green and Brown opalescent glass shamrocks highlight the trellis in this lovely stained glass window. Individual pie...ces of art glass are wrapped in copperfoil and placed by hand into this spectacular pattern. Size: W22 H22 Shade:22 Height x 22 Width Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 29.125 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 12 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$178.20

A Wreath of Petal Pink,Rose and Periwinkle blooms tied in a Ecru ribbon, circle a Clear seedy glass background, bordered in Ecru. ...This original design Shade: 15 Height x 15 Width size: h15 W15 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 25 x 21 x 24 Item Weight 7 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$415.80

12 W X 28 H Iris Stained Glass WindowFeatures:Family: IrisTheme: Tiffany Floral NouveauColor: Zaz Purple/Blue Purple Amber ClearIt...em Dimension: W 12 in.Item Weight: 40 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$439.20

Arts and Crafts inspired Dogwood trees and flowers ofBark Brown, Amber Honey and Woodland Green accent theClear Flemish textured g...lass window. This handsomeAmerican style Meyda Tiffany window is made from 106pieces of hand cut stained glass and handcraftedutilizing the copperfoil construction process. Thewindow also comes with a solid brass hanging chain andbrackets.Features:Family: Aurora DogwoodTheme: Arts & Crafts Prairie RecreationColor: Zaf Amber Hag 59gItem Dimension: W 18 in.Item Weight: 41 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$331.20

A Meyda Tiffany original design, the Fleur-de-Lis Mediumallion window is an intricate design of Golden tri-petaled irises and jewe...ls against Twilight and Beige bands. Reminiscent of castle and cathedral windows, this pattern holds a prominent place in French Heraldry. Handcrafted utilizing the copperfoil construction process and 296 pieces of stained art glass and 24 Amber glass jewels encased in a solid brass frame. Mounting bracket and jack chain are included. Size: h21 W21 Shade: 21 Height x 21 Width Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 29.125 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 14 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$318.60

A Ruby Throated, Emerald Green Hummingbird Sips Nectar From Scarlet Trumpet Flowers Against A Crystalline Sky In This Charming Mey...da Tiffany Original Window, Framedium In Mauve Stained Glass. 349 Pieces Of Hand Cut Stained Glass And 4 Glass Jewels Are Used To Create This Window. A Solid Brass Hanging Chain And Brackets Are Included. Size:W21 H19 Shade:19 Height X 21 Width Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 31.102 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 14 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$361.80

19 W X 18 H Middleton Medallion Stained Glass WindowFeatures: Dimensions: W 19 H 18 Family: Middleton Medallion Manufacturer Detai...l   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Item Weight 42 lbs read more

Meyda Tiffany
$426.60

513 pieces of hand cut stained glass and 10 jewelsare used to make this elegant transom window, featuringa floral medallion flanke...d with translucent figureeights and bordered in matching glass. Lapis, Moss andBurgundy are the prime colors of this Tiffany stylewindow. A solid brass hanging chain and brackets areincluded.Features:Family: Evelyn in Lapis TransomTheme: Victorian Tiffany NouveauColor: Pbw Ebna Burgundy Zar BeigeItem Dimension: W 35 in.Item Weight: 41 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Elk
$418.00

The geometric lines of this collection offer harmonious symmetry with a sophisticated contemporary appeal. A perfect complement fo...r kitchens, billiard parlors, or any area that requires direct lighting. Featured in satin nickel with white marbleized glassNumber of Bulbs: 2Wattage: 9.5Bulb Type: LED (Medium Base)Bulb Included: NoSafety Rating: UL read more

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Meyda Tiffany
$178.20

A stylized spear of Avacado Green and Plum adorn this Wispy Beige rippled glass window. The window is handcrafted utilizing the co...pperfoil construction process and stained art glass encased in a wood frame. Mounting bracket and chain are included. Size:W14 H17 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 22.625 x 22.625 x 12.75 Item Weight 10 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$336.60

19 W X 19.5 H Penguin Stained Glass WindowFeatures:Family: PenguinTheme: Tiffany AnimalsColor: Ca Rbw Blue/Green Cai Zaz Pbnawg Cl...earItem Dimension: H 19.5 x W 19 in.Item Weight: 40 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$289.80

Amethyst wings patterned with Ebony and Amber bring flight to this delightful Butterfly that soars over a ribbon of Garden Green o...n a Clear Blue sky. Handcrafted utilizing the copperfoil construction process and 380 pieces of stained art glass encased in a solid brass frame. Mounting bracket and jack chain included. Shade: 23 Height x 25 Width Size: H23 W25 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 29.125 x 5.625 x 35.75 Item Weight 18 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$275.40

14 W X 20 H Morgan Rose Stained Glass WindowFeatures: Dimensions: W 14 H 20 Family: Morgan RoseBulb Type: Manufacturer Detail   Th...irty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 22.625 x 22.625 x 12.75 Item Weight 42 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$107.00

6 W X 9 H Ball Of Yarn W/Needles Stained Glass WindowFeatures:Family: Ball of Yarn W/NeedlesTheme: RecreationItem Dimension: H 8.9... x W 6.25 in. Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

Meyda Tiffany
$360.00

A Clear Beveled Shield And Fleur-De-Lis Emblazon This Regal Window Of 386 Pieces Of Hand Cut Royal Blue, Wheat, Sage Green And Cle...ar Stained Art Glass. Handcrafted Utilizing The Copperfoil Construction Process, This Tiffany Style Window Also Comes With A Solid Brass Hanging Chain And Brackets. Shade: 24 Height X 18 Width Size:W18 H24 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 29.125 x 22 x 35.75 Item Weight 15 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$509.40

A Bed Of Lovely Romantic Red And Burgundy Roses, Enhanced By Ivory Curls And Borders With Crystal Clear Insets, Sit On A Smoke Gre...y Ground. Handcrafted Utilizing The Copperfoil Construction Process, This Tiffany Style Corner Bracket Also Comes With A Solid Brass Hanging Chain And Brackets. Shade: 20 Height X 36 Width Size:W36 H20 Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. Dimensions 26.875 x 5.625 x 41.875 Item Weight 10 lbs Processing Time Frame Usually Ships in 5-10 Business Days read more

Meyda Tiffany
$127.80

Arts and Crafts inspired Cottage Green Ginkgo leavesadorn a Cornerstone Beige glass panel. This handsomeneutral colored window is ...a perfect complement to anycolor or style room. The Meyda Tiffany original stainedglass window is framed in solid brass and has brassmounting bracket and chains included.Features:Family: GinkgoTheme: Arts & CraftsColor: Bag 59Item Dimension: W 11 in.Item Weight: 34 lbs Manufacturer Detail   Thirty years ago, Meyda Tiffany was founded when Meyer Cohen was asked by his wife Ida (whose names were combined into the company name Meyda) to build a stained glass window in their kitchen so they wouldn't have to look at the vintage cars in their neighbor's driveway. What began as a hobby evolved into America's leading and oldest manufacturer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. More than a decade ago, Meyda acquired Quality Bent Glass Company which created original lighting fixtures, including the famous Coca-Cola chandeliers, and supplied them to Tiffany Studios in New York City, during the turn-of-the-century. Meyda utilizes QBG's original tools, molds and techniques to create lighting products today. In the mid-1990s, Meyda purchased Mecco Art, a metal art studio, and utilizes its equipment and manufacturing techniques to produce the Old Forge line of custom crafted steel sculptured lighting and decor. The line, which features original, natural and wildlife themes, includes lamps, chandeliers, figurines, candleholders, towel racks, bookends, switch plates, coat racks, napkin holders, log holders, fireplace screens, and other home accents. Today Meyda is still a family-run business, with Meyer and Ida's son, Robert, at the helm. With dealers across the U.S. and Canada, Meyda offers an extensive line featuring thousands of styles-- from accent pieces to masterpieces. Many of Meyda's lighting designs were inspired by the works of Louis Comfort Tiffany, Dirk Van Erp, Gustav Stickley, Philip Julius Handel, Pairpoint and Duffner & Kimberly Studios, Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Some have been handcrafted of copperfoil and reverse-painted art glass, porcelain, jadestone, mica and other fine mediums. Others were influenced by popular art movements: Arts and Crafts, Prairie, Lodge, Mission, Bungalow, Victorian, Nouveau, Gothic, Southwest and Deco. The firm's extensive line includes table and floor lamps, ceiling pendants, flush and semi-flush mounted ceiling fixtures, chandeliers, wall sconces, windows, fireplace screens, furniture, and more. With one of the industry's most extensive new product development programs, Meyda creates scores of new designs weekly. read more

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