The Tiffany technique takes its name from the founder Louis Comfort Tiffany.
This technique represents the example of the liberty period, with its soft forms and natural elements.
The lead tin variant revolutionized the way of conceiving the technique, experimenting with new shapes, even the curved ones for the realization not only of the classic glass, but also of lamps and furnishings.
The technique consists in cutting the glass in pieces, chamfering it not make it sharp,
wrap it to a copper tape, and subsequently weld it with tin.