The woodbine shade shown on top of the picture is my copy of a lamp featured in Egon Neustadt´s book "Lamps of Tiffany". There isn´t much difference to be noticed between the two, except for the golden colour towards the bottom of the shade, which I didn´t have. Finding the right glass is the most difficult part of the job and has become almost impossible these days. If you don´t have a larger stock of older sheets from the 80´s or at least the 90´s, it´s not even worth trying. Very regrettable.
The reason for its title is, that my stained-glass art is closely related to Tiffany-Studios. It started as a hobby almost 30 years ago and soon became a passion due to the various challenges that occured during the process of learning. My lamps aren´t made to compete in the market and not priced to sell,which is, how I became a collector of my own works. If someone seriously intended to buy any of these,we could talk about it and perhaps find an agreement. I do accept comissions and am, of course, capable to create own designs and patterns if wanted.