Charles Lotton Lamps

In 1973, Charles G. Lotton made a decision that was to impact not only his immediate future, but would also serve to shape the futures of his children. A successful business career in cosmetology was surrendered out of a fascination with art glass and a passion to pursue creative expression.

In addition to the private collections of many serious collectors of art glass, the artistry of Charles Lotton can be found gracing the shelves of the Smithsonian Institue, the Corning Museum of Glass, the High Museum and the Art Institute of Chicago. It has been said that just as the names Tiffany and Steuben ushered in the art glass movement of the 20th century, Lotton Art Glass will surely lead the way into the 21st.

Cobalt Blue Multi Flora Lamp, Lilac Flowers
24 x 22in.  Blown Glass

Additional Artwork

Charles    Lotton Lamps - Golden Cypriot Single Shade Chadelier (shade detail)  


Charles    Lotton Lamps - Golden Cypriot Single Shade Chandelier  


Charles    Lotton Lamps - White Opal Chandelier with Lavender Double Irises  


  
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