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The NYC Pier Antique Show will open to the public this coming Saturday, November 22, at 10 AM, and close the next day, Sunday, November 23, at 6 PM. This is the second year that U.S. Antique Shows will manage it, having bought the show from Stella Show Management. It promises to be a good one, with 25 additional dealers.This will be our last show of the year, so we hope to make it a good one by bringing some fantastic new items. One is a Tiffany Studios 18″ Tyler Scroll table lamp. It’s one of 25, mostly Tiffany Studios, lamps we’ll have on display at the show. Our French glass selection will be large, with some outstanding examples of Daum and Gallé glass.
After the Pier show, we’ll be buying treasures for our important Florida shows in January and February. I’m already flying out of town today to buy an outstanding French glass collection.
Tune in Monday for the results of the NYC Pier Antique Show!
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Recently there was an article in The Tampa Tribune that there are no vintage signed paperweights as he did not make paperweights and the article quoted this from person at Morse Museum… That Tiffany paperweights from the era he produced works were Vases.,I purchased a paoerweight with signature and favrille glass after the signature. Before purchase, I checked auction sites and saw a sold one at a Christie’s auction with the exact marking on the one I have. The article is on the web under vintage Tiffany paoerweights. I may have spelled favrille incorrectly here…,on the paperweight it is exact as the one at Christie!s. Regards
I am unfamiliar with Tiffany paperweights, but they did make Tiffany paperweight vases. It’s possible that a broken paperweight vase may have been sculpted into a paperweight. It’s all speculation on my part. Best of luck with your item. Philip