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House of Cards was designed by Charles and Ray Eames in the 1950s. These picture card decks have become universal favorites, and are represented in the MoMA collection. Each card depicts a different familiar object from the Arts, the Sciences and the world around us. Six slots on each card enable the player to interlock the cards for building their dream house (of cards). 20 Cards. They are big - they are fun! Printed on 8-ply card. Made in Germany. Cards measure 11" x 7". Boxed.
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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 Coonley Wood Trivet design is an adaptation from a section of the colorful art glass window triptych found in the Avery Coonley Playhouse, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. 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"...
The Jane Austen Blue Oak Flower & Leaves Tapestry Pillow features a delicate floral design of oak flowers and leaves over a muted blue background from a Pelisse Coat thought to have belonged to Jane Austen (a Pelisse coat was a garment worn over a dress or gown, which was fashionable during Austen’s lifetime). The oak leaf motif used here...
The Walter Crane Blossom and Swallow Tapestry Pillow's pattern was inspired by an 1878 wallpaper titled "Almond Blossom and Swallow", designed by Walter Crane (1845–1915), one of the leading proponents of the Aesthetic Movement, and the first President of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society. Crane’s wallpaper designs often feature narratives, and illustrate the influence Japanese art had on British...