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Richmond's Taste for Tiffany

MAP: Jerome Cookson - The Washington Post
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VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

"Tiffany: Color and Light" will exhibit works appearing in America for the first time, such as eight windows from Montreal's Erskine and American United Church.

200 N. Boulevard, Richmond
804-340-1400
www.vmfa.museum
"Tiffany: Color and Light" tickets: $15, $12 seniors, students and children 7-17.
Museum admission free.

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MAYMONT MANSION

The Gilded Age abode houses two works by Tiffany, plus some designed by his father's business, Tiffany & Co.

1700 Hampton St., Richmond
804-358-7166
www.maymont.org
$5 suggested donation for house tour.
The special curator's tour, "A Tale of Two Tiffanys," runs Friday, noon-1 p.m. between May 28 and Aug. 13; $10.

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HOLLYWOOD CEMETERY

Local businessman Lewis Ginter's mausoleum sports three Tiffany windows and a James River view.

412 S. Cherry St., Richmond
804-648-8501
www.hollywoodcemetery.org

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CONGREGATION BETH AHABAH

Use the temple's Mount Sinai window for inspiration, then create your own masterwork in a Tiffany coloring book from the gift shop.

1111 W. Franklin St., Richmond
804-358-6757
www.bethahabah.org
$5 suggested donation.

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JEFFERSON HOTEL

Experts disagree on whether the Palm Court's side windows are by Tiffany, but printed materials from the Beaux Arts hotel support this claim.

101 W. Franklin St., Richmond
804-424-8014
www.jeffersonhotel.com

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ST. PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH

Brochures near the sanctuary entrance and free guided tours after the 11:15 a.m. Sunday service highlight the Tiffany treasures here.

815 E. Grace St., Richmond
804-643-3589
www.stpauls-episcopal.org

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VALENTINE RICHMOND HISTORY CENTER

On July 17, the center offers the Beauty of Tiffany Glass bus tour, which visits many of his commissioned pieces.

1015 E. Clay St., Richmond
804-649-0711
www.richmondhistorycenter.com
$23, $20 children 6-18, children younger than 6 free.

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