WITH THE future uncertain and the present unpleasant, San Francisco interior designer Elizabeth Cooper has taken comfort in a curio from the past: the scalloped Tiffany lamp—yet to be authenticated—she inherited from her grandmother. “The light has a very positive, nostalgic association,” said Ms. Cooper, who’s also been fielding client requests for the vintage fixtures. “They’re resonating with people right now,” she said. Corroborating her observation: Online marketplace 1stdibs reports sales of Tiffany-style lamps have spiked over 50% this spring vs. last.
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