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The design sources for the Frank Lloyd Wright Lake Geneva Night Light is adapted from art glass windows originally found in the now demolished Lake Geneva Inn, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 1911. The night light is precision laser cut for quality of finish and design accuracy. The Frank Lloyd Wright night lights are made with cherry veneered MDF. The night light features slats on the top and sides with a clear acrylic bottom panel to allow more light to shine through. The night light has a built in light sensor to automatically turn on and off. Complete with bulb. Ht: 4". W: 4". D: 1.5".
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Lake Geneva Tulip Stained Glass is an adaptation of the tulip window created for the Lake Geneva Inn (now demolished), in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. This stained glass panel has been developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. On this glass panel, enamel colors are individually applied to a single sheet of glass which is...
The design of the Frank Lloyd Wright Lake Geneva Tulip small cube trinket box measuring 2.7" on each side, draws from Wright's adaptation of one of the original glass windows in the resort hotel overlooking Lake Geneva (1911). Wright designed the Lake Geneva Art Glass to make a natural transition from the inside to outside and named it the “Tulip”...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Lake Geneva Wood Trivet design is adapted from art glass windows originally found in the now demolished Lake Geneva Inn, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 1911. Precision laser cut for quality of finish and design accuracy from cherry veneered MDF. Comes with protective rubber feet and sawtooth hanger for (optional) wall display. : 7.75" x 7.75" x 0.5".
The Frank Lloyd Wright Lake Geneva Tulip Pencil Pen Holder is also ideal to hold your keys and anything else you want to keep track of. Set it on your desk, by the front door or on a bedside table. The design is adapted from art glass windows originally found in the now demolished Lake Geneva Inn, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin...