Long Description: This lamp is a twist on one of L.C. Tiffany Studio’s most popular designs. The Dragonfly design is most often attributed to Clara Driscoll, one of the first female artisans employed by L.C. Tiffany. It was first introduced in 1899, then used in several variations through 1913. The timeless beauty of the natural world is captured in bright greens and oranges, with lacy, filigree-winged dragonflies as the imagery focus. It is a fine example of true Art Nouveau style.
Quoizel creates more than lighting and home accessories. They create timeless pieces designed with you in mind.
Quoizel balances form and function by making our choices thoughtfully and by avoiding trends and fads. This kind of dedication, integrity and quality not only goes into the design of their products, but it’s in the way Quoizel does business as well. It’s why they’ve grown from a small company to become one of the nation’s leading manufacturers of fine decorative lighting and home accessories.
Founded in 1930 in New York, Quoizel has recently relocated to Charleston, SC to a state-of-the-art 500,000 square-foot facility. And though they've grown in size, Quoizel has never lost sight of their small business heritage. In fact, they remain privately held, family-owned and operated.
Quoizel's mission is to help bring timeless design into your home, while building lasting relationships along the way.
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i just broke the glass part of my quoizel lamp - do you sell just replacement parts?
Glass and parts are available for most Quoizel products by contacting one of our customer service specialists at 866-344-3875 Option 3