Meyda Tiffany Introduces "Elan Stained Glass Lighting Series"
Furniture World Magazine
Meyda Tiffany, a leading manufacturer and designer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting, has introduced the "Elan Stained Glass Lighting Series."
The "Elan" Lighting Series features romantic, Garnet- colored stained glass with an early 20th century motif that integrates Art Nouveau and Victorian, with bases and fixtures that feature leaf designs. The series includes: a Two-Light Bar Billiard Fixture, Inverted and (Downlight) Ceiling Pendants, and a Table Lamp. Pictured are the "Elan" Table Lamp (Model #78123) and the "Elan" Inverted Ceiling Pendant (Model #78121).
The "Elan" Lighting Series has a suggested retail price from $259.95 to $539.95 each.
About Meyda Tiffany: Meyda Tiffany is the nation's leading manufacturer and designer of Tiffany lamps and decorative lighting. Although founded in 1974, the firm's roots actually date back to the early 1900s, supplying the Master Louis Comfort Tiffany and his Tiffany Studios with lighting products, and creating the original Coca-Cola stained glass lamps and chandeliers.
Meyda Tiffany offers thousands of in-stock stained glass lighting and decor designs, with more than 50,000 customizable lighting options. Its vast line includes: Old Forge Collection of Rustic and Lodge styled lighting/decor, Craftsman Signature Series of Outdoor/Indoor Lighting (including new Landscape lanterns) featuring Arts & Crafts designs, Stained Glass Lighting featuring Victorian, Nouveau and a broad range of styles, Art Glass Windows and Fireplace Screens, Tiffany Gifts and Home Accents, Comfort Lighting Fashion Collection, and The Metro Line of contemporary art glass, fused glass and ADA compliant designs.
In addition, Meyda Tiffany offers Extensive Custom Capabilities to create the custom lamp, fixture, window or accessory of your dreams.
For more information, contact Meyda Tiffany Toll-Free at (800) 222-4009. Website: www.Meyda.com
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