Recent Acquisitions

August 2014

Recent Acquisitions
Stop by the gallery to see some of our recent acquisitions, including several stunning pieces of studio furniture by George Nakashima, a variety of Tiffany Studios Lamps, Tiffany Favrile Glass vases, and more.

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Celebrating the new Neustadt Gallery at the Queens Museum

November 8, 2013

Celebrating the new Neustadt Gallery at the Queens Museum
A trio of Tiffany Girls at the Queens Museum:
Arlie Sulka with Lindsy Parrott, Director and Curator of The Neustadt Collection of Tiffany Glass, and Margi Hofer, Curator of Decorative Arts at the New-York Historical Society .

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Remembering Nina R. Gray (1956-2013)

May 2013

Remembering Nina R. Gray (1956-2013)
Nina was a great friend to the gallery, who selflessly shared her expertise on innumerable occasions. Her contributions to the scholarship in the work of Tiffany Studios and Louis C. Tiffany have been immeasurable, and she has set the bar for years to come.

To us she will always remain the “Tiffany Girl” extraordinaire, our very own Clara Driscoll.

She will be missed by all who were fortunate to have known her.

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Colorful Serendipity for a School’s Sculpture - The New York Times

April 27, 2013

Colorful Serendipity for a School’s Sculpture - The New York Times
A sculpture planned for a school to be built where a Tiffany factory once stood in Corona, Queens, will unexpectedly be able to use real Tiffany Studios favrile glass...

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Salvaging the Past: Georges Hoentschel & French Decorative Arts from The Metropolitan Museum of Art

April 4 - August 11, 2013

Salvaging the Past: Georges Hoentschel & French Decorative Arts from The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Lillian Nassau LLC is pleased to lend several pieces from our collection of French Art Nouveau ceramics to “Salvaging the Past: Georges Hoentschel and French Decorative Arts from the Metropolitan Museum of Art,” opening April 4 at the Bard Graduate Center in Manhattan.

The exhibition provides the first comprehensive examination of Georges Hoentschel, a significant figure in the history of French Decorative Arts.

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Dragonflies: Nature's Drones, Pretty and Deadly

April 2, 2013

Dragonflies: Nature's Drones, Pretty and Deadly
"They look dainty, glittery and fun, but dragonflies are also brutally effective hunters."

Check out this article in the April 2, 2013 issue of The New York Times about one of nature's deadliest predators: the dragonfly. Unlike the African Lion or the Great White Shark, who catch their prey only 25-50% of the time, the dragonfly has a success rate of over 95% while catching moving targets in midair.

After finishing the article, we have to say we prefer Tiffany's dragonflies to the real thing: all of the beauty with none of the bite! Click Here to see some examples of the dragonflies of Tiffany Studios, including our charming 14" Dragonfly Table Lamp.

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Steuben At Lillian Nassau: A Little Known Secret

December 2011

Steuben At Lillian Nassau: A Little Known Secret
Lillian Nassau LLC has been handling Steuben crystal since the 1960’s. Initially specializing in discontinued items, we subsequently expanded our inventory to the more current items. Now that Steuben Glass has closed its doors, we want to remind our clients that we are still a great source for an array of Steuben objects and tableware.

Please Click Here to view a sampling of our Steuben inventory, or stop by the gallery Monday through Saturday to see our collection in person.

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New York Times Covers Lillian Nassau LLC Tiffany Favrile Pottery Exhibit

November 2010

New York Times Covers Lillian Nassau LLC Tiffany Favrile Pottery Exhibit
Eve Kahn of The New York Times visits Lillian Nassau LLC and features the exhibit in Friday, November 11th's NY Times.

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Celebrating 'Clara and Mr. Tiffany' at Lillian Nassau LLC

March 22, 2012

Celebrating 'Clara and Mr. Tiffany' at Lillian Nassau LLC
New York Times Bestselling Author Susan Vreeland stopped by the gallery to celebrate the paperback publication of her latest novel, Clara and Mr. Tiffany, in which she explores the history of Clara Driscoll and her employment at Tiffany Studios.

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