A complete, current surprising lamps and lighting from the famous Tiffany collection. The unique Tiffany collection includes many models and designs in contemporary designs in the most sublime color combinations.
Tiffany Floor lighting
A floor lamp or floor lamp from Tiffany gives an inviting atmosphere. Tiffany floor lamps from HeartofArt come in different heights.Show more
HeartofArt's collection of Tiffany table lamps is very extensive. There are table lamps available in various sizes, different heights and in different colors.Show more
Tiffany Wall lights
Tiffany wall lamps are ideal for subtly and atmospherically illuminating certain spots or corners.Show more
Ceiling showpiece: a Tiffany ceiling fresco from HeartofArt provides beautiful general light and an exclusive look.Show more
Tiffany-Kronleuchter sind ideal für die Platzierung über einem Tisch oder einer Bar oder als Gruppe in einem Flur oder Treppenhaus.Show more
Tiffany Pendant lamps
Tiffany pendant lamps are ideal for placement above a table or bar or as a group in a hallway or stairwell. High ceilings give a Tiffany pendant lamp extra cachet.Show more
“Color is to the eye what music is to the ear.” Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933)
Louis C. Tiffany (1848-1933) was one of the most important tastemakers of the Gilded Age. The son of the founder of Tiffany & Company, the luxury store known for its jewelry and silver, Tiffany became familiar with the company's well-organized workshops and showrooms, which were filled with the finest decorative items from around the world. This undoubtedly fostered his appreciation for fine craftsmanship and innovative design, which became the hallmark of his famous Tiffany Studios.
Although Tiffany initially devoted his creative energies to painting landscapes and exotic scenes from his travels abroad, his interests soon expanded to include interior design and decorative arts. He established art firms in Manhattan and Queens where, under his direction, hundreds of artists and craftsmen created extraordinary stained glass windows, lamps, mosaics, glassware, enamel, ceramics, metalwork, jewelry, furniture and textiles. Many of his clients were wealthy, socially respectable families looking for unique decorations and objects for their luxurious homes. Assignments included the White House during the administration of President Chester A. Arthur, the New York mansion of sugar tycoon Henry O. Havemeyer, and the Connecticut home of writer Mark Twain. Tiffany also decorated stately public buildings and houses of worship across America.
During a career spanning more than fifty years, Tiffany exhibited at numerous trade shows and participated in eleven World's Fairs, where he and his companies won an unprecedented number of awards for innovative designs. Tiffany became widely acclaimed and one of the most famous artists of his time.