Leaded glass and bronze " Peony" table lampshade; 18" diameter globe-shaped shade depicting red and pink peony blossoms; flowers rendered in red and pink rippled glass mottled with yellow and brown; flower centers deep orange; leaves deep green with scattered yellow speckles. Blue background of fibrillated glass; four rectilinear rows of milky white glass. Shown on "Cushion" base (N84.88.2).
Leaded glass and bronze "Black-eyed Susan" table lampshade; 16" domed shade with geometric background composed of rectangles of glass shaded from yellow at the top to green at the bottom; black-eyed susan flowers with yellow petals, red centers, and green leaves. Spun bronze oil base with three arms and chasing (missing foot). Shown on "Spun oval" base (N84.80.2), with cap (N84.84.3).
The base of this lamp originally accommodated an oil reservoir to provide fuel for lighting. Even after Tiffany Studios electrified most of their lamp models, urn-shaped bases still persisted.