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FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT An Oak Reclining Armchair, designed for the William E. Martin House, Oak Park, Illinois, circa 1902

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT An Oak Reclining Armchair, designed for the William E. Martin House, Oak Park, Il...

This dining table was inspired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. It was made of quartersawn oak with walnut accents. The spindles, moldings and table edge were all made of walnut to match this clients’ interior. The tabletop was oak and blended sea...

This dining table was inspired by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright. It was made of quartersawn oak wit...

COPPER URN DESIGNED BY FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, EXECUTED BY JAMES A. MILLER AND BROTHER, FOR THE SUSAN LAWRENCE DANA HOUSE, SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, CIRCA 1903***Research for possible future project.

COPPER URN DESIGNED BY FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT, EXECUTED BY JAMES A. MILLER AND BROTHER, FOR THE SUSAN LA...

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Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life window Darwin D.Martin house The Art Institute of Chicago

Frank Lloyd Wright Tree of Life window Darwin D.Martin house The Art Institute of Chicago

Frank Lloyd Wright’s conceptual mile high skyscraper from the 50s. Much resembling the current Burj-Dubai which has only managed half this height.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s conceptual mile high skyscraper from the 50s. Much resembling the current...

Frank Lloyd Wright sculpture. The Sprites are some of my favorites.

Frank Lloyd Wright sculpture. The Sprites are some of my favorites.

Back-lit geometric stained glass mural by Frank Lloyd Wright is in the foyer of the Arizona Biltmore.

Back-lit geometric stained glass mural by Frank Lloyd Wright is in the foyer of the Arizona Biltmore...

Maginel Wright Enright Barney, younger sister of Frank Lloyd Wright

Maginel Wright Enright Barney, younger sister of Frank Lloyd Wright

Meyer May House, 1909. Grand Rapids, Michigan. Prairie Style. Frank Lloyd Wright

Meyer May House, 1909. Grand Rapids, Michigan. Prairie Style. Frank Lloyd Wright

Taliesin Fabric. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Schumacher, USA 1954.

Taliesin Fabric. Designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Schumacher, USA 1954.

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Meyer May House of Grand Rapids (1908).

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Meyer May House of Grand Rapids (1908).

Frank Lloyd Wright Glass Votive-Red Leaf Maple, made of copper and enamel,

Frank Lloyd Wright Glass Votive-Red Leaf Maple, made of copper and enamel,

Frank Lloyd Wright Panel from Taliesin Line of Decorative Fabrics and Wallpapers The Art Institute of Chicago

Frank Lloyd Wright Panel from Taliesin Line of Decorative Fabrics and Wallpapers The Art Institute o...

Frank Lloyd Wright by Alan Nagle, via Behance

Frank Lloyd Wright by Alan Nagle, via Behance

Frank Lloyd Wright American, 1867-1959 George Mann Neidecken American, 1878-1945 Desk, 1908

Frank Lloyd Wright American, 1867-1959 George Mann Neidecken American, 1878-1945 Desk, 1908

Frank Lloyd Wright arm chair

Frank Lloyd Wright arm chair

Frank Lloyd Wright, Falling Water

Frank Lloyd Wright, Falling Water

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank LLoyd Wright!

Frank LLoyd Wright!

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright side chair

Frank Lloyd Wright side chair

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright Hanging Lamp

Frank Lloyd Wright Hanging Lamp

Frank Lloyd Wright. AWESOME

Frank Lloyd Wright. AWESOME

A BEAUTIFUL ADIRONDACK STYLE BOATHOUSE

A BEAUTIFUL ADIRONDACK STYLE BOATHOUSE

Benjamin A. Muncil (28 Aug 1867 '’" 16 Dec 1930) was an American master builder in the Adirondacks early in the 20th century.

Benjamin A. Muncil (28 Aug 1867 '’" 16 Dec 1930) was an American master bui...

Benjamin A. Muncil (28 Aug 1867 '’" 16 Dec 1930) was an American master builder in the Adirondacks early in the 20th century.

Benjamin A. Muncil (28 Aug 1867 '’" 16 Dec 1930) was an American master bui...

The furniture-making Shakers have a great design philosophy, "Do not make something unless it is both necessary and useful; but if it is both necessary and useful; do not hesitate to make it beautiful.’'’'

The furniture-making Shakers have a great design philosophy, "Do not make something unless it i...

Shaker Brown-Red-painted Rocking Chair, New Lebanon, New York, c. 1800 (Lot 9: Estimate $12,000-$15,000)
$12,000

Shaker Brown-Red-painted Rocking Chair, New Lebanon, New York, c. 1800 (Lot 9: Estimate $12,000-...

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, paid about $42,000 for an 1840s sewing desk from Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village.Credit...Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
$42,000

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, paid about $42,000 for an 1840s sewing desk from Sabbathday Lake Sh...

Shaker Work Table with Drawer
An elegant, classic table of moderate size.

Having a two board birch top with mortise and tenon breadboard ends above a rectangular frame fitted with a dovetailed drawer having a molded fascia (on all 4 sides), an...

Shaker Work Table with Drawer An elegant, classic table of moderate size. Having a two board bir...

A classic example of a rare Shaker Trestle Table.

Having a two board top above two beveled tapering cleats supported by carved standards mortised into an arched footed base, all connected by a trestle which is mortised high on the standards just under ...

A classic example of a rare Shaker Trestle Table. Having a two board top above two beveled taperi...

Shaker Tilting Side Chair
Simply one of the most beautiful and important Shaker chairs extant.

This extremely rare example is one of only a few known which combines the elegant form of the New Lebanon, NY chair-makers, the finest woods available and t...

Shaker Tilting Side Chair Simply one of the most beautiful and important Shaker chairs extant. T...

A very early and classic Shaker bracket base blanket chest.

Having a hinged lift lid with breadboard ends above a finely dovetailed box fitted with a unique stepped double till, all standing on an applied, finely dovetailed bracket base. Pine retaining...

A very early and classic Shaker bracket base blanket chest. Having a hinged lift lid with breadbo...

The collection of Grace Ten Eyck Tagliabue. Received as a wedding gift in 1945 from the Maurice Whitney Family, Berlin, NY, who had purchased it directly from the remaining Shakers at Mount Lebanon, New York.

The collection of Grace Ten Eyck Tagliabue. Received as a wedding gift in 1945 from the Maurice Whit...

Herman Metz Child’s Rocking Chair
Framework of steel rods.
Decorated with inlaid horn.
Displayed at the 1904 World’s Fair.

Herman Metz Child’s Rocking Chair Framework of steel rods. Decorated with inlaid horn. Disp...

By 1884, Friedrich was having trouble finding in his own area the size and shape of horns he wanted for his furniture and began seeking a supply from Old Mexico.

By 1884, Friedrich was having trouble finding in his own area the size and shape of horns he wanted ...

Charles Puppe
American Rustic Steer Horn Arm Chair

Charles Puppe American Rustic Steer Horn Arm Chair

Frank Lloyd Wright began to design furniture in the 1880s and 1890s to fit in with his concept of organic architecture

Frank Lloyd Wright began to design furniture in the 1880s and 1890s to fit in with his concept of or...

Settee, manufactured by Craftsman Workshops, 1905

Settee, manufactured by Craftsman Workshops, 1905

Adjustable-Back Chair No. 2342, Gustav Stickley, 1900

Adjustable-Back Chair No. 2342, Gustav Stickley, 1900

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