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tiffanymary 2 days ago
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馃崌 painting from still life still here, week 61 馃悵
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romegreeceart 2 hours ago
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Ancient ducks
* I recall that these are either from Greece or Southern Italy
* British Museum
London, July 2022
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explorearound a day ago
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Italian vase
by artography_by_desiree
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illmaticbaddie 6 months ago
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Anissa Kermiche Breast Friend Vase
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picard-schreckensberger 7 months ago
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Terracotta Vase in the Form of a Lobster Claw ca. 460 BC.
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The Magnolia Vase
Tiffany & Co.
c.1893
The Magnolia Vase was the centerpiece of Tiffany & Co.鈥檚 display at the 1893 World鈥檚 Columbian Exposition in Chicago鈥攁 display Godey鈥檚 Magazine described as 鈥渢he greatest exhibit in point of artistic beauty and intrinsic value, that any individual firm has ever shown.鈥 The design of the vase was a self-conscious expression of national pride. Pueblo pottery inspired the form, while Toltec motifs embellish the handles. The vegetal ornament refers to various regions of the United States: pinecones and needles symbolize the North and East; magnolias, the South and West; and cacti, the Southwest. Representing the country as a whole is the ubiquitous goldenrod, fashioned from gold mined in the United States. The exceptional craftsmanship and innovative techniques manifested in the vase鈥攑articularly the naturalism of the enameled magnolias鈥攚ere much discussed in the contemporary press. Indeed, the work was heralded by the editor of the New York Sun as 鈥渙ne of the most remarkable specimens of the silversmith . . . art that has ever been produced anywhere.鈥
The MET (Accession Number: 99.2)
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pixelvibes 6 months ago
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Ceramic Handmade Blue Mouse Vase //聽thepaperzookeeper
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goldcoasthoney 6 months ago
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cileklipalet 2 months ago
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l没gat | ankara
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smokingdoor 11 months ago
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Carlo Scarpa, Conchiglie glass vase, 1943.聽
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Mushroom Shaped Vase by CoolaBoolaCo
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virtuallyinsane 6 months ago
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shche_ team
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vintagehomecollection 2 months ago
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100 Designers' Favorite Rooms, 1994
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Vases in soft resin by Gaetano Pesce, 1995
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Vase
Tiffany & Co.
1900
Inspired by the distinctive beauty of Native American art, Tiffany & Co.鈥檚 gifted designer G. Paulding Farnham created three highly unusual silver vessels for the firm鈥檚 grand prize-winning display at the 1900 Paris Exposition Universelle. The present vase is based on the design of Navajo pottery, its hand-raised silver body ornamented with semi-precious stones sourced in America: turquoise-colored amazonite and bluish opals, as well as hundreds of freshwater pearls embedded in the "corn-cob" handles. The vase was also exhibited the following year at the Buffalo Pan-American Exposition. Paulding Farnham was one of Tiffany & Co.鈥檚 most talented designers of both jewelry and silver. Having been apprenticed to Tiffany鈥檚 artistic director Edward C. Moore around 1878, Farnham became the firm鈥檚 head jewelry designer in 1891 and continued to win gold medals at international fairs until departing the firm in 1904.
The MET (Accession Number: 2017.162)
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