When everyone hears “Tiffany”, they automatically think of the Fifth Avenue store that contains jewels, diamonds, and even more jewels! But in the early 1900’s, Tiffany meant Louis Comfort Tiffany- a man that owned a successful lamp making company. The most famous being the Wisteria lamp. The time period in which all of this was occurred is referred to as the Gilded Age. This twentieth century time was characterized by government corruption, mishandle, and secrets. One of the secrets regarded the company. The original maker and creator of these works of arts was actually Clara Driscoll. She was an uncommon name as her boss, the owner of the company- Louis Comfort Tiffany, never disclosed this information due in part to gender relations during this time. Women were seen as unable to complete such huge jobs, and receive much credit. Once the Progressive Period hit (succeeding the Gilded Age), women’s movements rights were beginning to be a large issue. Therefore, letters that Driscoll sent home to her mother were revealed, and published in the media. They coincided and rebutted Louis Comfort Tiffany’s claims that it was him and his “men” behind the magnificent artifacts. In reality, it was actually Clara Driscoll. She was able to receive the credit she deserves when the truth finally came to light.