Silver tankard made by Tiffany & Co. (1874/1876)British Museum
'Companies such as Tiffany in New York and Liberty in London began importing Japanese goods, and the fashion for Japonisme - the adoption of Japanese styling in Western decorative arts and interiors -- was widespread during the 1860s and '70s.'
Mantle Garniture (circa 1881) by Tiffany & CompanyThe Frick Pittsburgh
'Henry Clay Frick purchased this clock set, probably made in France, from relatively new luxury retailer Tiffany & Co., for $850 in March 1881, soon after moving into his bachelor apartment at the Monongahela House.'
Pin in the Form of a Riding Crop (1880-1889) by Tiffany and Company (American, 1837-present)The Walters Art Museum
'Twenty years later, they were introduced in America by Tiffany & Co.'
Loving Cup (1893) by Tiffany & Co. (American, estab. 1837)Cincinnati Art Museum
'This cup, made in 1893, was designed specifically for Tiffany's display at the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago and adopts East Indian motifs.'
Tea Service (circa 1894) by Antip Kuzmichev retailed by Tiffany & CompanyThe Frick Pittsburgh
'It was part of a new line of silver enamelware made especially for Tiffany's by the prestigious Moscow firm of A.I.'
Scent Bottle (early 1900s) by Tiffany & CompanyThe Frick Pittsburgh
'This lovely scent bottle by Tiffany & Co. was the perfect size for slipping into a bag or pocket.'
Serving Tray (Unknown - Unknown) by Tiffany & CompanyThe Frick Pittsburgh
'The firm remained a favorite source for fine jewelry and home goods for the family; much of the silver tableware in Clayton was bought from Tiffany or Gorham Manufacturing Co.'
Cigar Humidor (1925) by Tiffany & Co.The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
'This high-style, Art Deco work is an outstanding example of Tiffany & Co.'s presentation silver and one of Tiffany's last masterpieces in the genre.'
Minaudière (2011) by Elsa PerettiMuseum of Fine Arts, Boston
'Made in Japan for Tiffany & Co.'