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The Barrel Chair is Frank Lloyd Wright’s most iconic furniture design. Originally conceived in 1903 for the Darwin Martin house in Buffalo NY, Wright redesigned the chair in a larger version with other design modifications for the Wingspread residence of Herbert Johnson in 1937. Wright liked the new design so much that he used the chairs in Fallingwater and Taliesin. This signature chair is comfortable, compact and perfect as a stand-alone or dining room piece. These licensed reproductions from Cassina in Italy pay strict attention to Wright’s original details. Each piece of furniture is branded with Wright’s mark, certifying its authenticity, as well as the production number, which serves to record the item’s production chronology, and corresponds to the tally on the accompanying identity card.
This is a special order item and requires a custom freight quote. Regrettably, this item from the Italian furniture maker Cassina will NOT be available to order after 04/21/23. Quantities are limited. Please allow a lead time of up to 16 weeks.
Crafted in a choice of natural Cherry wood, or Cherry wood stained Walnut, it features the finest traditional construction with leather or wool fabric cushion upholstery in a choice of colors. Dimensions: 23.6"w x 33.1"h x 23.5”d. See image of color swatches for the wide range of available leather color choices. Please call 414.276.4750 to discuss options. Regarding upholstery colors, it is important to note that different computer screens, operating systems, and even web browsers have different color characteristics.
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Light Screen Blue Enamel Earrings come from The Frank Thomas House, Oak Park, Illinois, (1901), and is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie School designs. In it, he created “light screens” or stained glass windows that integrated the design theme throughout the house. Those windows inspire these earrings. Tarnish resistant electro-plated hematite finish on brass with blue enamel...
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