I recently purchased 2 Tiffany Lamps. ( or Tiffany style ? ). One of them is the red oriental poppy floor lamp with the senior base ( base looks like an reproduction?) and one fravrile glass dragonfly table lamp. They both have several makers markings tags The visible one has quoizel collectables.( brass markings). However, I found other makers markings stamped tags on the glass itself on the dragonfly shade. And have tree separate makers markings on the oriental poppys lower rim floor lamp. I have done intense research And found only 3 of the dragonfly table lamps. And one oriental poppy floor lamp. I can provide images if needed. Any help regarding the different makers markings on the shades would be greatly appreciated. I read that the addition of tags where made in the 80 or prior dates for some reason. Thank you
The oriental poppy was purchased from Sonora California about a year or two. Yes , I had it looked at by two auction houses but was not been given an accurate and fair answers. I believe that the makers markings Thad that was added afterwards is an issue therefore was overlooked.
Good afternoon, Sami,
Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry. I'm not sure I understand you fully - these have several maker's marks? On the leaded shade as well as the glass and base? I've looked through the photographs and don't see any marks, much less several - what exactly do they say?
I am quite sure that these neither of these shades were made by Tiffany & Co., Louis Comfort Tiffany or Tiffany Studios.
Which shade/lamp is marked Quoizel?
Thanks to clarify!