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Exotic

Tiffany Pendant Lamp Jade

Tiffany Pendant Lamp Jade

Ceiling Lamp Citrus Small
12 variaties

Ceiling Lamp Citrus Small

Tiffany Mirror Lamp Oyster LED

Tiffany Mirror Lamp Oyster LED

Ceiling Lamp Small Top
12 variaties

Ceiling Lamp Small Top

Tiffany Table Lamp Exotic Maple

Tiffany Table Lamp Exotic Maple

Wall lamp Frontier
6 variaties

Wall lamp Frontier

Tiffany Panel Dragonfly loves Ginkgo

Tiffany Panel Dragonfly loves Ginkgo

9-Lights Vide Lamp / Chandelier
9 variaties

9-Lights Vide Lamp / Chandelier

Tiffany Floor Lamp Fly Away

Tiffany Floor Lamp Fly Away

Tiffany Pendant Lamp Nature

Tiffany Pendant Lamp Nature

Tiffany Table Lamp Styled Flower

Tiffany Table Lamp Styled Flower

Hanging Lamp 3-Light with Polkadot
6 variaties

Hanging Lamp 3-Light with Polkadot

Table Lamp High button
2 variaties

Table Lamp High button

Tiffany Tea Light Holder Sweet Lotus

Tiffany Tea Light Holder Sweet Lotus

Tiffany Ceiling Lamp Sky Blue

Tiffany Ceiling Lamp Sky Blue

Tiffany Ceiling Lamp Mission Style LED

Tiffany Ceiling Lamp Mission Style LED

Ceiling Lamp Alphonse
12 variaties

Ceiling Lamp Alphonse

Floor Lamp Big Top
2 variaties

Floor Lamp Big Top

Monet Vase Golden Rain

Monet Vase Golden Rain

Tiffany Pedant Lamp Aiko Yellow

Tiffany Pedant Lamp Aiko Yellow

Tiffany Table Lamp Lovely Flower Purple

Tiffany Table Lamp Lovely Flower Purple

Exotic

Travelling became exceedingly more popular due to economical progress in the Twenties and Thirties of the last century. Travelling as a way to relax or to discover new countries and cultures was mostly for the elite who, among other destinations, went to Constantinople via train by using the luxurious Orient-Express. It was also during this time that the commercial aviation industry started. People who had travelled to faraway places brought back souvenirs to Europe and the United States. Artists loved to let themselves be inspired by this ‘new world’ and it was during the Art Deco period that exotic motifs became popular.  

The ‘Exotic’ collection contains Tiffany lighting that was based on motifs and colours from distant places. Japanese blossom, whimsical leaf motifs, colourful peacock feathers and intense gemstone colours such as Jade and Ruby are at the base of this sparkling Tiffany collection. Pieces of glass in watercolours are reminiscent of paintings by Claude Monet (1840-1926), who, in turn, got inspired by the opulent Japanese garden in Giverny.