Tiffany lamp lights up Heritage Auctions' signature sale

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Heritage Auction’s recent signature sale of Tiffany, Lalique and art glass pieces had total sales of $1.1 million. The top lot was this Tiffany Studios leaded glass and bronze daffodil table lamp, circa 1915, which sold for $43,750. Marks to the shade are TIFFANY STUDIOS, NEW YORK, 1497; marks to the base are TIFFANY STUDIOS, NEW YORK, 544, 24-1/2” x 20-1/8”. More highlights are below. For complete results, visit ha.com.

 Haig Patigian (Armenian/American, 1876-1950), Isis, 1907, gilt bronze, signed and dated HAIG PATIGIAN PARIS 1907, stamped with Jaboeuf et Rouard foundry mark, 38”, $13,750.

Haig Patigian (Armenian/American, 1876-1950), Isis, 1907, gilt bronze, signed and dated HAIG PATIGIAN PARIS 1907, stamped with Jaboeuf et Rouard foundry mark, 38”, $13,750.

 LaliqueChandelierLalique Champs-Élysées chromed metal and clear and frosted glass chandelier, post-1945, marks: Lalique, France, 53-1/2” x 21-1/2” x 21-1/2”; $16,250.

LaliqueChandelierLalique Champs-Élysées chromed metal and clear and frosted glass chandelier, post-1945, marks: Lalique, France, 53-1/2” x 21-1/2” x 21-1/2”; $16,250.

 Two Loetz Titania glass vases, circa 1905, taller one is 7-1/8” x 3” x 3”; $18,750.

Two Loetz Titania glass vases, circa 1905, taller one is 7-1/8” x 3” x 3”; $18,750.

 R. Lalique Victoire clear and frosted amethyst glass automobile mascot, circa 1928, marks: R. LALIQUE, FRANCE, 10-3/8” excluding base, $10,000.

R. Lalique Victoire clear and frosted amethyst glass automobile mascot, circa 1928, marks: R. LALIQUE, FRANCE, 10-3/8” excluding base, $10,000.

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