This Frank Lloyd Wright Collection Hickox House Wood Frame is adapted from an art-glass window designed for the Warren Hickox House in Kankakee, Illinois, 1900. Made of maple wood. Image area 4” x 6”.
This Frank Lloyd Wright Collection picture frame design is adapted from an art glass lamp designed for the Susan Lawrence Dana House, Springfield, Illinois, 1902. Made of alder wood in espresso finish. Image area 4" x 6".
This Frank Lloyd Wright Collection picture frame design is adapted from an art glass window Wright designed for the Lake Geneve Inn, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, 1911. Made of cast-zinc alloy with a pewter finish. Image area 4'' x 6''.
This Frank Lloyd Wright Collection picture frame design is adapted from an unrealized gate designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Taliesin (Spring Green, WI, 1939). Made of zinc with bronze finish. Image area 4" x 6".
This Frank Lloyd Wright Collection Altar Screen picture frame design is adapted from original drawings for the altar screen of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, 1956. Made of cast zinc alloy. Image area 4'' x 6''.
This Frank Lloyd Wright Coonley metal picture frame is based on details from the art glass windows of the Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, IL, 1912. The frame is made of palladium plated brass with epoxy resin inlays. Frame dimensions: 5.75" x 3.50". Accommodates a 3" x 3" photograph.
The design for this laser-cut birch wood gift picture frame is adapted from a window design Frank Lloyd Wright created for the Isidore Heller House (Chicago, Illinois, 1897). Light Cherry finish. Image area 4" x 6".
The Frank Lloyd Wright Sumac Vase reproduction is an exact replica of the original in its detail but on a smaller scale (this height 13.5" as opposed to the 23 1/2" of the original). The vase was designed for the Dana House (1902-04, Springfield, Illinois). The ornamentation is a single vertical abstract Sumac motif, the recurring theme used throughout the...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Luxfer Picture Frame is based on Wright's Luxfer Prism light which was patented by the U.S. Patent Office under Number 27,977 as an example of electro-glazed molded art-glass for the Luxfer Prism Company office competition in Chicago, IL. This highly geometric flower pattern composed of circles and squares was the only one in a series of prism designs...