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This Frank Lloyd Wright Vase, from the American Systems Built Houses, was designed in 1915 in Taliesin, Wisconsin. Designed as an everyman’s house, the affordable American Systems Built House offered this classic vase as an optional feature.
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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....
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