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Calvert Window

Calvert Window

We were recently commissioned by a client in Canada to create a window based on an etching by the 19th Century artist Edward Calvert. The client requested that the completed window have the line work of the etching, but have color added. This was a project that Bill Campbell had to work on by himself,…

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Edward Gorey House

Edward Gorey House

Edward Gorey was an author and illustrator of more than 100 books. He also illustrated many works by other authors, designed the sets and costumes for the Broadway production of Dracula (he won a Tony Award for his costume designs), and created the animated sequences used for Mystery! on PBS. His home in Yarmouth Port,…

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16″ Tulip Field

16″ Tulip Field

Century Studios is pleased to announce a new reproduction Tiffany shade pattern to our offerings. The 16″ Tulip Field is an elaborate variation on the 16″ Tulip which we have currently been offering. The new design is populated with many more blooming tulips than the previous example and was possibly an earlier version of the…

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Shades

Shades

We’ve been keeping busy lately with a variety of projects. Among the pieces we’ve recently finished is a 22″ Geometric shade, made for a client in North Carolina. This large shade is quite striking when made in deep red tones – in this case the color shifted from a dark red at the top to…

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16″ Fish Shade

16″ Fish Shade

We completed and shipped the 16″ Fish shade we were working on for a client in Pennsylvania. This unusual Tiffany Studios’ shade design remains a favorite of ours to work on. The shade is being used as a table lamp on the Lily Pad – Blown Glass and Bronze base. This base is a collaboration…

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Magnolia Windows

Magnolia Windows

Followers of this blog will know that since January we have been working on a large set of Magnolia windows (pictured left). Now completed, crated and shipped to our client in Ohio, the windows are ready for installation in their home. In the photo, the windows look somewhat somber and moody because they were photographed…

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Multitasking

Multitasking

The past two weeks have been a whirlwind of multiple projects with Bill and Irwin leapfrogging back and forth from one to the next. After Irwin finished soldering on the Magnolia Windows for our Ohio client, Bill began cleaning and patinating the panels. While the cleaning was taking place, Irwin got to work laying out…

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Multiple Projects

Multiple Projects

Last week, we were working on several ongoing projects at the same time. Soldering on the suite of Magnolia Windows for our client in Ohio is nearing completion and took up almost all of Irwin’s time. Meanwhile, Bill was busy foiling the Magnolia panels so Irwin could keep soldering. Once the foiling was completed, Bill…

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16″ Pomegranate Shade

16″ Pomegranate Shade

Winter is the season for pomegranates – both the fruit and the lamp shade! We recently completed a 16″ Pomegranate shade for a New York client, and around this time last year we had an order for a pomegranate shade. For more information about this design, see our posting from Feb 28, 2009. The shade…

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