Tiffany Wisteria art nouveau style table lamp, c. 1902. Leaded glass and bronze. Wisteria Lamp, 1901-1902, designed by Clara Driscoll. Illuminated from within by the newly invented light bulb. This lamp is shaped so that the stained glass resembles the drooping purple flowers of the wisteria plant. The striking naturalism is reinforced by the lamp's bronze stand, which is shaped like a thick vine or tree trunk with spreading roots at the base.