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At The Movies

Posting Number 3399   Date: 05/18/20     Return to Posting List

Alan,

While stuck at home the past 8 weeks working, Ive had the Turner Classic Movie (TCM) on in the background keeping me company. While watching this past week I saw a piece of Carder Steuben in a film. I also recall seeing Tiffany lamps in two films. Below are the lists of what I have spotted. Has anyone else spotted similar collectibles being used as props in movies?

Jack Hartwein-Sanchez

Born to Dance, 1936: Near the end of the movie, Virginia Bruce picks up shape 6971 to throw breaking a large wall mirror. I give her credit, I have one of these and they are not light weight.

Sabrina, 1955: In the early part of the movie, Audrey Hepburn is sitting at her writing table in Paris, there is a Tiffany lamp with prisms lighting her work.

The Apartment, 1960: Jack Lemmons apartment has three leaded glass lamps. Even though it is a black and white film I can tell two are Tiffany lamps, one being a daffodil lamp. Im not certain who made the third one.

Shape 6971


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