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Our Maclin Exclusive Arts & Crafts Ginkgo Leaf Trivet is precision laser cut wood for quality of finish and design accuracy. Comes with sawtooth hanger for (optional) wall display. Dimensions: 7.75" x 7.75" x 0.5".
Plant and flower motifs, especially his favorite fan-shaped gingko leaf, are drawn on extensively in Wright’s designs. Wright’s landmark Home and Studio was in fact built alongside a superb gingko tree believed to be about 200 years old in the courtyard garden. He referenced this particular ginkgo in a 1940 letter “It was planted by an old Scotch gardener, a Mr. Blair, who laid out Humboldt Park. It was growing before we got there.”
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The Frank Lloyd Wright April Showers Double Old Fashioned Glasses (Set of 4) are based on a Wright piece for Liberty Magazine in 1926-27. Frank Lloyd Wright was commissioned to design a series of cover designs. However, the editors thought the designs were too “radical” and they were never used. This set of 4 elegant double old fashioned glasses is perfect for...
The design of the Frank Lloyd Wright Saguaro DOF (Set of 4) are based on one of Frank Lloyd Wright's most popular designs, "Saguaro". Saguaro is one of a number of Liberty Magazine cover designs from 1926-27 that the editors thought to be too "radical" and never used. In 1973 there was a fire in the Arizona Biltmore and this graphic...
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