Dale Tiffany to Celebrate 35th Anniversary in Dallas

Dale Tiffany Cobblestone Mica Table LampDale Tiffany will introduce the Cobblestone Mica Table Lamp next month.

LA MIRADA, Calif.-Founded in 1979, Dale Tiffany, Inc. will be celebrating 35 years in business next month with a cocktail party during the Dallas International Lighting Market. It will be held in its World Trade Center showroom, #309, on Thursday, Jan. 16, starting at 5 p.m.

The event will include party favors for all guests as well as a special drawing for a Tiffany reproduction lamp from Dale Tiffany's Museum collection. In addition, the company will offer special anniversary celebration market promotions on all of its products throughout the show.

Dale Tiffany will introduce more than 100 products, including additions to its Favrile collection of contemporary art glass, crystal table lamps and chandeliers and Tiffany lighting.

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