Tiffany Lamp Consignment
Sotheby’s has presented connoisseur collections led by the important Tiffany Trumpet Creeper table lamp (fetching $2,295,000 USD at Sotheby’s in 2018), Pony Wisteria table lamp, Dragonfly floor lamp, Elaborate Peony lamp, as well as rare inkstands, candlesticks, desk sets, frames, vases and jardinieres. Our auctions have featured Louis Comfort Tiffany leaded glass lighting including a stunning Snowball floor lamp from the collection of Walter P. Chrysler, Jr.
As your most dependable resource for fine and rare Tiffany lamp appraisal and consignment, Sotheby’s consistently outpaces market competitors, often commanding hammer prices much higher than our low estimates. Global collectors of 20th-Century design covet Tiffany’s lush floral and geometric lamp designs, which are continually in demand worldwide. When you are ready to sell a Tiffany lamp at auction, Sotheby’s can help you realise the highest price. To start, simply submit images and information to Sotheby's through our easy-to-use online estimate form. Our specialists will review your submission and issue preliminary estimates for items that can be included in our sales.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- When is the best time to sell my Tiffany lamp?Now is the perfect time to consign a Tiffany lamp for our next auction. Sotheby’s 20th Century Design department offers decorative arts and design from the Arts and Crafts movement through Art Nouveau and Art Deco, to works from the post-war years and on through contemporary design. During the year, Sotheby's 20th Century Design sales are hosted online and in international selling locations. Once you consign a Tiffany work, our specialists will suggest the optimal location to sell a Tiffany lamp.
- Why are Tiffany lamp designs so collectible?Original Tiffany lamp designs are highly desirable because each tells an individual story. An example is the Trumpet Creeper table lamp, estimated to fetch a hammer price near $1 million at Sotheby’s December 2018 auction, which sold for $2,295,000 USD. First made around 1903, the shape of the Trumpet Creeper shade mimics that of the coveted Wisteria and Grape table lamps which were introduced about the same time. However, the glass selection for the Trumpet Creeper required a great deal more time to perfectly coordinate its broad range of colors. Bring your Tiffany work to a Sotheby’s office for a valuation, or schedule an appointment with a 20th-Century Design specialist near you .
- Must I submit the original documents or receipts that came with my Tiffany design?To determine an auction estimate for a fine or rare Tiffany table lamp, desk lamp, floor lamp or Tiffany chandelier, Sotheby’s experts will need detailed photographs and as much information as you can provide. Once you submit your Tiffany information online , you will be able to track the estimate process. A Sotheby’s specialist will contact you if there are any questions about your Tiffany design.
- What are Sotheby’s commission fees?Sotheby’s sells fine, one-of-a-kind Tiffany design at auction. Likewise, our fees are customized for each work we offer. When you receive an auction estimate from a Sotheby’s specialist, it will include detailed information about our commission and fees.
Sotheby’s is your best resource to buy and sell a Tiffany desk lamp, table lamp, floor lamp, chandelier or other Tiffany light or Tiffany lighting fixture in coveted styles such as an trumpet creeper chandelier, peony table lamp, elaborate peony lamp, birches and irises lamp, pony wisteria table lamp, daffodil lamp, peacock lamp, dragonfly lamp, nasturtium lamp, spider lamp, Greek key lamp, nautilus lamp, lily desk lamp, magnolia table lamp, magnolia floor lamp, octopus lamp, butterfly lamp, snowball table lamp, turtle-back lantern, Art Deco lamp, turtle light, bamboo table lamp, grape chandelier, tulip table lamp, Oriental poppy lamp, maple leaf lamp, American Indian table lamp, laburnum table lamp, octopus chandelier, apple blossom lamp, vine border lamp, favrile glass lamp, favrile glass desk lamp, piano lamp, kerosene lamp, Queen Anne’s lace candlestick, candelabrum or figural lamp screen by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Louis C. Tiffany or Tiffany Studios.