We offer a great range of Tiffany Lighting available at incredibly low prices. Delivery is free for orders over £75. We always strive to offer the best value available online and we are constantly looking to improve our range of products. If you find what you're looking for and find it cheaper elsewhere please let us know so we can comply with our Price Promise to you.
Tiffany lighting is based on the work of the designer Louis Comfort Tiffany. An American, Tiffany is one of the most renowned artists of the 'Art Nouveau' movement in the early 19th Century. The first lamp which was created in 1895 and the designs and styles have developed and become more popular ever since. The art nouveau stylings and use of colourful stained glass give the design of the lamps incredible diversity, so fans of the lamps love how unique and personal they can be.
Tiffany lamps may be the most favourite items from the Tiffany style of design, but other light fittings are also very popular, including wall lights and pendants. Originally Louis C Tiffany focused on developing beautiful stained glass windows, gas lights and even floors to compliment the art nouveau stylings of famous interior design projects and the transferability of the style has carried through for generations. You may not know that the same Tiffany is the son of Charles Lewis Tiffany who founded the famous jewellers Tiffany & Co.
We have a variety of lighting options available in the Tiffany style and they come with a variety of bases and in various designs and shades. The addition of light to the shade brings a timeless quality to any home and splashes of light can add interest to an otherwise neutral room. If you find the perfect shade elsewhere or on our site please note we can also provide a Tiffany style floor-stand to mount the shade on.
All our Tiffany products are opened, quality checked prior to despatch and packed especially well to ensure that they arrive with you intact.
Browse our range of Tiffany style lighting throughthe options below and you won't be disappointed.