Our domed magnets capture the shimmering beauty and nuance of Louis C. Tiffany's (1848–1933) leaded glass lampshades, a highlight of the New-York Historical Society collection.
Tiffany and his designers created a revolutionary design aesthetic that brought the beauty of the natural world into the home. The remarkable story of designer Clara Driscoll (1861–1944), manager of the women who selected and cut glass at Tiffany Studios, was revealed in New-York Historical's groundbreaking exhibition A New Light on Tiffany, and is celebrated in the museum’s new Gallery of Tiffany Lamps, a stunning immersive display space for New-York Historical’s exceptional Tiffany collection. This set of magnets (clockwise from top left) features details of six lampshades from the museum’s collection, some designed by Clara Driscoll.
Clematis Hanging Shade, Magnolia Shade, Daffodil Hanging Shade, Cyclamen Shade, Poinsettia Shade, Dogwood Shade