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  • Engraved Silver Presentation Cup - Seal
    Tiffany & Company
    silver
    This engraved silver cup was made by Louis C. Tiffany of Tiffany and Company in 1899, during William McKinley's administration. The cup features the Great Seal of the United States as well as an inscription commemorating the negotiations that ended the Spanish-American War. McKinley originally gave the cup to Jules Cambon, the French ambassador to the United States, for his role in the negotiations. The White House reacquired the cup at auction in 1972.
  • Cut-Glass Rose Bowl
    Tiffany & Company
    glassware
    This cut glass rose bowl was likely made by Tiffany and Company and was probably ordered for the White House by President Chester A. Arthur circa 1882. Arthur worked with Louis Comfort Tiffany, the son of the company's founder, to redecorate the White House before taking up residence there.
  • Engraved Silver Presentation Cup - Detail
    Tiffany & Company
    silver
    This engraved silver cup was made by Louis C. Tiffany of Tiffany and Company in 1899, during William McKinley's administration. The cup features the Great Seal of the United States, shown in this close-up photograph, as well as an inscription commemorating the negotiations that ended the Spanish-American War. McKinley originally gave the cup to Jules Cambon, the French ambassador to the United States, for his role in the negotiations. The White House reacquired the cup at auction in 1972.
  • Engraved Silver Presentation Cup
    Tiffany & Company
    silver
    This engraved silver cup was made by Louis C. Tiffany of Tiffany and Company in 1899, during William McKinley's administration. The cup features the Great Seal of the United States as well as an inscription commemorating the negotiations that ended the Spanish-American War. McKinley originally gave the cup to Jules Cambon, the French ambassador to the United States, for his role in the negotiations. The White House reacquired the cup at auction in 1972.
  • Dinner Plate, After-Dinner Cup and Saucer, and Rim Soup Plate from the Johnson Service
    Tiffany & Company
    china service
    This photograph of pieces from the Lyndon B. Johnson state china service was taken by Will Brown circa 1999. The pieces, including a dinner plate, an after-dinner cup and saucer, and a rimmed soup plate, feature a gold dot and wildflower pattern. Tiffany and Company of New York designed the Johnson service, which was manufactured in New Castle, Pennsylvania by Castleton China.
  • Service Plate in the Johnson State Service
    Tiffany & Company
    china service
    This porcelain service plate was designed by Tiffany and Company and manufactured by Castleton China of New Castle, Pennsylvania, in 1968. The plate, part of the state dinner service of the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, features a gold dot border with hand-painted wildflowers. The eagle that appears on the plates was modeled after the design that decorated President James Monroe's 1817 dessert service, which was itself inspired by the components of the Great Seal of the United States.
  • Service Plate, Dessert Plate, and Cream Soup Cup and Saucer, Johnson State Service
    Tiffany & Company
    china service
    These porcelain serving pieces, including a service plate, a dessert plate, and a cream soup cup and saucer, were designed by Tiffany and Company and manufactured by Castleton China of New Castle, Pennsylvania, between 1968 and 1972. The pieces, part of the state dinner service of the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, feature a border of gold dots and hand-painted decorations. The eagle that appears on the plate was modeled after the version of the arms of the United States that decorated President James Monroe's 1817 dessert service.
  • Plates in the Johnson State Service, Maker's Mark
    Tiffany & Company
    china service
    This image shows the mark on a porcelain service plate made by Castleton China in 1968, during the Lyndon B. Johnson administration. Tiffany and Company designed the state service that Johnson selected for the White House.
  • Small Bowl, Dinner Plate, and Salad Plate in the Johnson State Service
    Tiffany & Company
    china service
    These porcelain serving pieces, including a small bowl, a dinner plate, and a salad plate, were designed by Tiffany and Company and manufactured by Castleton China of New Castle, Pennsylvania, in 1968. The pieces, part of the state dinner service of the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, feature a gold dot border and hand-painted wildflowers. The eagle that appears on the plates was modeled after the design that decorated President James Monroe's 1817 dessert service, C71
  • Dessert Plate in the Johnson State Service, Maker's Mark
    Tiffany & Company
    china service
    This photograph shows a mark that appeared on a china dessert plate made by Castleton China and designed by Tiffany and Company in 1968, during Lyndon B. Johnson's administration. The dessert plates featured American wildflowers such as the Texas bluebonnet, as identified on the back of this plate.
  • Dessert Plate in the Johnson State Service
    Tiffany & Company
    china service
    This porcelain dessert plate was designed by Tiffany and Company and manufactured by Castleton China of New Castle, Pennsylvania, in 1968. The plate, part of the state dinner service of the Lyndon B. Johnson administration, features a border of gold dots and a hand-painted flower. Each of the dessert plates in the service included a wildflower from one of the 50 states, such as the bluebonnet of Johnson's native Texas shown here.
  • Compote, Olive Dish, Oyster Fork, and Salt Spoon
    Tiffany & Company
    silver
    These silver pieces, including a pepper shaker, a compote, an olive dish, an oyster fork, and a salt spoon, were sent to the White House by Tiffany and Company circa 1882, during Chester Arthur's presidency. Arthur was a close friend of Charles Lewis Tiffany, owner and founder of the firm, and acquired a variety of silver from the company during his term. The pepper shaker was made by Adams & Shaw Company for Tiffany and Company, but the rest of the pieces were made by Tiffany's firm.
  • Vase, Arthur Administration Red Room
    Tiffany & Company
    Tiffany & Company
    This Tiffany vase is one of a pair placed on the Red Room mantel by Louis Comfort Tiffany during a major redecoration project during the Arthur Administration. They were modeled after a form made at Sevres in France in the early 19th century. This vase has a hand-painted scene of Cupid being locked away for his mischief.
  • Pair of Vases, Red Room
    Tiffany & Company
    vase
    Tiffany & Company
    The vases here come from two different pairs that decorated the mantel in the Red Room. The vase on the left is one of a pair of Satsuma vases purchased and placed on either side of the Red Room mantel which were replaced by the Tiffany vase on the right and its companion. This replacement happened when President Chester Arthur commissioned Louis C. Tiffany and Co./Associated Artists to execute major decorative work for most of the White House State Floor in 1882. The rooms Tiffany decorated were: the East Room, Blue Room, Red Room, Entrance Hall, and Cross Hall.