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Frank Lloyd Wright Hoffman House Rug 500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle with Shaped Pieces is adapted from the floating, intersecting circles with square accents that was the carpet design for the living room of the Hoffman home. Although this rug was not executed in 1957 for that home, after his death it was woven for Wright's own living room at Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin.
This puzzle has a unique feature- 15 pieces are shaped to follow the contour of the rug's design, adding an extra layer of difficulty to the puzzle. Puzzle dimensions: 20" x 20".
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This Tiffany Peony Cloisonné Blown Glass Ornament is based on the elaborate lampshade on a bronze floor lamp by Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848-1933). Its beautiful leaded-glass lampshade (1904-15) in The Met collection is decorated with brightly colored peony blossoms nestled amid rich green foliage. Each piece of glass in the shade mimics the petals and leaves of actual flowers....
This Tiffany Magnolias and Irises Cloisonné Blown Glass Ornament features radiant colors and celebrates details from Louis Comfort Tiffany's (1848-1933) Magnolias and Irises. The Favrile glass window shows a picturesque landscape with an embankment of irises beneath the flowering magnolia trees. Produced about 1908, the luminous window exemplifies the Gilded Age master's fascination with light, color and nature. Each ornament...
The Ginkgo Design Carved Steatite Stone Coasters (Set of 2) are designed by the French design company L’Indochineur, and produced for them by artisans in Vietnam. The use of steatite, also known as soapstone dates back to early Egyptian antiquity, where it was carved into scarabs and seals; in China and India it was used for ornaments, seals, and domestic...
The Ginkgo Design Carved Steatite Stone Box is designed by the French design company L’Indochineur, and produced for them by artisans in Vietnam. The use of steatite, also known as soapstone dates back to early Egyptian antiquity, where it was carved into scarabs and seals; in China and India it was used for ornaments, seals, and domestic utensils. Because of...