Tiffany Studios stained glass

Tiffany Studios Treasures


The cornerstone of the Oshkosh Public Museum is the Historic Sawyer Home. This beautiful residence was built by Edgar and Mary Sawyer in 1908.  Local architect William Waters designed the home, and Tiffany Studios of New York was hired to design and furnish the interiors.

Today, the Historic Sawyer Home is the last original Tiffany Studios commission that is open to the public to visit and enjoy.
One of the most recognizable features of the home is a large landscape window (pictured above), designed by famed Tiffany Studios designer Agnes Northrup. This one-of-a-kind masterpiece, located on the Grand Staircase of the Sawyer Home, once glowed with natural light. In 2018, a generous benefactor enabled the Museum to install a new lighting system, showcasing the Tiffany window and its exquisite artisanship. 

Northrup also designed the Wisteria Window that welcomes visitors as they enter the Museum. This stained-glass archway depicts Northrup’s iconic design of wisteria blossoms and intertwined vines. The arch once framed the double doors leading to a conservatory, extending from the homes den. The den and its wisteria backdrop were heavily featured in Tiffany advertisements.

Plan a visit to OPM to learn more about the Historic Sawyer Home and its world-class Tiffany Studios interiors.

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Tiffany Studios designed plaster ceiling with intricate floral motifs
Tiffany Studios wisteria stained glass
Child inspecting artifacts in People of the Waters

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