These three lovely Tiffany FAVRILE iridescent Art Glass footed salt cellars are circa 1900s. They are each marked "L. C. T." for Louis Comfort Tiffany and the one with the thinner feet has model or lot number of N3497 (the cellar in the middle of the pictures). The iridescence is unique for each, just beautiful.
Each measure about 1 1/2" high and about 2" in diameter. Each weigh around 1.7 to 2 ounces.
These are in great condition, there are two flaws that are pointed out in the picture of the two cellars on their sides with arrows pointing to the flaws. These two cellars each have one foot with a minor chip. One cellar has some black stains on the bottoms which I did not attempt to remove, please see the picture for details.
"Favrile" glass was patented by Louis Comfort Tiffany in 1894 and along with Frederick Carder's "Aurene" glass made for Steuben, this glass set the highest standard for iridescent glass at the turn of the 20th century.
I can entertain offers for one or a pair of these, just reach out if that is of interest to you.
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Tiffany Favrile Aurene Salt Cellars early 1900s
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