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Lillian Nassau LLC

Lillian Nassau LLC

For nearly eighty years Lillian Nassau LLC has specialized in the work of Tiffany Studios and
Louis Comfort Tiffany, including Tiffany Lamps, Favrile Glass and Pottery, Mosaics, Windows,
Metalwork and more. The gallery also handles the finest late 19th and 20th century Decorative
Art, Design and Sculpture from the United States and Europe.
Established in 1945 by Lillian Nassau, who is credited with single-handedly reviving interest in
Tiffany Studios, the gallery has a long history of placing museum-quality works in major private
collections as well as public institutions, and has underwritten and loaned important pieces to
several major museum exhibitions on Tiffany Studios and Louis C. Tiffany. The gallery
maintains a long-standing reputation as a destination for Tiffany collectors, museum curators and
scholars, and continues to offer some of the finest examples produced by Tiffany Studios in
addition to extremely rare, unique works which rarely appear on the marketplace.
Current owner Arlie Sulka was hand-picked by Mrs. Nassau to join the gallery in 1980, working
closely with Lillian and her son, Paul, before acquiring the business in 2006. Adding to Lillian
Nassau’s specialization is Gallery Director Eric Silver, a specialist in American sculpture and Art
Nouveau Decorative Arts. Both have regularly appeared as appraisers on the PBS series
Antiques Roadshow since it first aired over two decades ago.
With over forty-five years of experience in the field, Arlie Sulka is considered one of the
foremost experts on Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios. Ms. Sulka has maintained the
gallery’s world-renowned status, establishing enduring professional relationships with private
clients and regularly advising curators from around the world.
Lillian Nassau LLC continues to dominate the field with its expertise and scholarship, including
a series of collaborations with eminent Tiffany scholar Dr. Martin Eidelberg on the publications
“Tiffany Favrile Glass and the Quest of Beauty” in 2007 and “Tiffany Favrile Pottery and the
Quest of Beauty” in 2010, both considered invaluable resources for Tiffany collectors and

220 East 57th Street
New York, NY, 10022