Halim Time and Glass Museum

About the Museum


The Halim Time and Glass Museum opened its doors in September 2017, showcasing over 70 works in stained glass and 1100 time pieces, including tower clocks, chronometers, automatons, pocket watches and tall case clocks. The museum, founded by Cameel and Hoda Halim, also displays its strong collection of works by Louis Comfort Tiffany. On exhibit are paintings in oils, pastels and watercolors that showcase the early life and travels of L.C. Tiffany, and later works include housewares and decorative arts, mosaics and windows.

(Photo courtesy Halim Time and Glass Museum)

Collection Highlights


Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company

Woman with Daughter

Tiffany Studios

Jewelry
Imperial Tribute Style Table Clock with Automata, Double Gourd and Quarter Striking

Meissen Porcelain Manufactory Modeled by Peter Reinecke

Catherine the Great's Porcelain Elephant Clock

Tiffany Studios

Pine Needle Landscape
Halim Time and Glass Museum: Collection Highlights

Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company

Woman with Daughter, 1900
types of glass: opalescent, striated, drapery, mottled, painting on faces, hands and feet, 1 to 3 layers

Tiffany Studios

Jewelry
Imperial Tribute Style Table Clock with Automata, Double Gourd and Quarter Striking

Meissen Porcelain Manufactory Modeled by Peter Reinecke

Catherine the Great's Porcelain Elephant Clock , France, circa 1750

Tiffany Studios

Pine Needle Landscape, 1910
types of glass: opalescent, rippled, confetti, herringbone, mottled, nodular, striated, no painting, up to 3 layers
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