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The Frank Lloyd Wright Coonley Playhouse Set of Three Wall Panels in Cherry each measure 31.5" x 11.5" x 0.5" and have been precision laser-cut and finished with cherry veneer. These stunning panels are based on art glass panels in the Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, IL (c.1912). Each panel is notched on the back for hanging and includes hanging screw. Made in USA. Save $20.00 by purchasing this gift set compared to buying three individual wall panels!
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life Design Doormat is inspired by several variations of this design with its strong horizontal lines and planes in Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House. This doormat is constructed in coir fiber pressed into a natural rubber base. The generous proportions of this mat are 36 inches by 22 inches. Please note that it is...
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