American Quezal Art Nouveau Yellow and Cobalt Pulled Feather Glass Table Lamp
American Quezal Art Nouveau Yellow and Cobalt Pulled Feather Glass Table Lamp American Quezal Art Nouveau Yellow and Cobalt Pulled Feather Glass Table Lamp American Quezal Art Nouveau Yellow and Cobalt Pulled Feather Glass Table Lamp American Quezal Art Nouveau Yellow and Cobalt Pulled Feather Glass Table Lamp
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American Quezal Art Nouveau Yellow and Cobalt Pulled Feather Glass Table Lamp

DETAILS
This lamp is blown in an inverted baluster shape with a pulled golden yellow and cobalt feather and hook designs on an iridescent opal field. It is a lovely example of the fine detail and precision that Quezal is noted for. Note: rewired.
Quezal Art Glass and Decorating Company (New York, 1902-24)

Quezal was founded in Queens, New York under the creative direction of Martin Bach, Sr. and Thomas Johnson who were both former employees of Tiffany. They produced glass in the Art Nouveau style comparable in quality and beauty with the work of Tiffany and Frederick Carder of Steuben. Quezal was an important contributor to the history of American Art Nouveau glass and examples are included in many prominent museum collections including the Corning Museum of Glass (Corning, NY) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY).
PERIOD
Early 20th century
DATE
Circa 1920
DIMENSIONS
Width 6.5 Depth 6.5 Height 24.5 inches
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