Joanne Tiffany is a small family owned business based in Sydney, Inspired by the legendary 19th century artist Louis Comfort Tiffany, Tiffany Style Lamps are the alluring blend of art and lighting warmth for your home or office decorating project. We have been purveying the beauty of Tiffany Lamps since 2004. we offers popular as well as hard to find styles and designs of Tiffany Lamps and Lighting. Our Tiffany lighting experts offer you their experience, reliability, and time proven customer satisfaction to assist you in finding that perfect light from our extensive Tiffany lighting showroom.
When we started our business,we had one goal in mind - Our goal is for you to be so completely satisfied with our quality products, reasonable price, and friendly, professional customer service that we will earn you as a customer for life. We are genuinely committed to going the extra mile and outperforming our competitors.
We only sell lamps that are made from finest quality art glass - we pride ourselves on our quality and have built a reputation on it. Don't just take our word for it, please read our testimonials to see what our customers say.
There are three main considerations when looking at the quality of your Tiffany Lighting; quality of glass, quality of soldering and quality of fixture.
Not all glass is created equal, and not all Tiffany glass is of the same standard. Quality Tiffany Lighting Glass should have at least one of the three following characteristics.
Opalescent glass is where two or more colours are fused together during manufacturing to create the unique swirling mix that sets quality apart from lesser Tiffany Lighting. Below is an example of Opalescence in the Pavot Table Lamp, you can see how the flower head and leaves have been given texture and depth by the swirling patterns in the glass.
Rippled glass is made by moving a spinning roller over the molten glass. This glass is used extensively in our products, often in edging to create texture. Below are perfect examples on the Barnstaple Tiffany Table Lamp of rippled glass.
We spend 50% of our time with our lights off, iridescent glass will mean your lamp remains beautiful all the time. Below is an image of a lamp taken in natural light to help show you the myriad of colors that are seen when the you move past the glass in daylight.
Louis Confort Tiffany invented the process called the copper foil technique. Before this glass was held together in the same way as a church window. Every piece of glass in a Tiffany style lamp is cut by hand to fit the shape required (imagine a paint by numbers, but in 3D) then the edges are smoothed with emery paper and wrapped with copper tape, this is added to give adhesion between the glass and the alloy. The shade is then constructed like a 3D jigsaw. When this is finished, the soldering is patenated to give it a dark finish. There will always be slight ripples and ridges in the soldering, again, this adds to the unique charm of a Tiffany lamp, but it should be as clean as possible and not too thick. Look at the quality of the soldering on the Odeon Tiffany Pendant below.
You may notice that many of the shades we offer are on combinations of fixtures you will not see elsewhere. We are the Tiffany Lighting experts and know exactly which fittings will go with which shade. No other lighting shop or website gives you as much choice or expertise.
You wouldn't spend £300 on a new suit then put a pair of scruffy trainers with them so why would you compromise on quality of fixture for your Tiffany style shade? We have chosen our bases and fittings to complement the shades perfectly, never an easy task, but one that we think is worth it. We check for the quality and sharpness of finish on everything we sell and would never compromise quality for profit.
If you have made it this far, thanks for reading. You simply cannot go wrong with anything you buy from us! If you aren't completely thrilled with your order for whatever reason, we insist that you simply return it for a refund. We only ask that you call and let us know where we have gone wrong so we can attempt to make it right for you. This will also allow us the opportunity to know how we can improve our products and services in the future. We know that without you we are nothing and everything we do is driven by our desire to provide a superior quality of service.