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  1. Flower in the Crannied Wall Sculpture

    Flower in the Crannied Wall Sculpture

    $99.00

    "Flower in the Crannied Wall" was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and Richard Bock for placement in the entrance alcove of the Susan Lawrence Dana House (Springfield, Illinois, 1902), where it can still be seen. The final design executed by Bock combined ideas from both architect and sculptor. Named after the Alfred Lord Tennyson poem, which is also shown on the back, the sculpture symbolically represents the human attempt to understand nature and the universe. Wright was so taken by the piece that he commissioned a second version to be placed at his Taliesin estate in Spring Green, Wisconsin.
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  2. Table Top Sprite with Cubes

    Table Top Sprite with Cubes

    $55.00

    Midway Gardens (Chicago, Illinois, 1913) was an indoor-outdoor entertainment complex and an extraordinary achievement for Wright. He designed and had Alfonso Iannelli sculpt geometric figures called "Sprites". This Sprite is representative of one of three that adorned the Gardens.
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  3. Table Top Sprite With Crossed Arms

    Table Top Sprite With Crossed Arms

    $55.00

    Midway Gardens (Chicago, Illinois, 1913) was an indoor-outdoor entertainment complex and an extraordinary achievement for Wright. He designed and had Alfonso Iannelli sculpt geometric figures called "Sprites". This Sprite is representative of one of three that adorned the Gardens.
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  4. Tree of Life Wall Art

    Tree of Life Wall Art

    Regular Price: $225.00

    Special Price: $169.00

    Wright's iconic Tree of Life design from the Darwin D. Martin House (Buffalo, New York ,1903) is displayed using a handcrafted frame made form reclaimed walnut.
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  5. FLLW 150th Ceramic Box

    FLLW 150th Ceramic Box

    $74.99

    To celebrate 150 years since Frank Lloyd Wright's birth, Galison presents a limited edition, numbered ceramic box with geometric gold accents. This large rectangular box includes Wright's quote, "Integrity is the First Law of the Spirit” in the center and a matching ceramic lid. Perfect to keep watches, jewelry and other personal possessions covered. The box is packaged in a sturdy foil stamped commemorative gift box.
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  6. FLLW 150th Ceramic Nesting Trays

    FLLW 150th Ceramic Nesting Trays

    $59.99

    To celebrate 150 years since Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth, Galison presents a limited edition, numbered set of 3 porcelain nesting trays with gold accents. The set includes a square, circle and triangle tray indicative of Wright’s love of the simplicity of these shapes, packaged in a sturdy gift box with gold foil detail.
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  7. FLLW Porcelain Figure

    FLLW Porcelain Figure

    $25.00

    The master poses for a newspaper photo in this Department 56 piece that coordinates with the Heurtely House replica.
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  8. Skylight Tile - Turquoise

    Skylight Tile - Turquoise

    $62.00

    This decorative tile is adapted from a detail of the skylight in Wright's Oak Park studio entrance. Available now in this new color!
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  9. FLLW Porcelain Tray

    FLLW Porcelain Tray

    $24.99

    This beautiful porcelain tray features Frank Lloyd Wright's design from the Hoffman House (Rye, New York, 1957). Trimmed with gold this tray is sure to brighten up your table.
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  10. Heurtley Porcelain House

    Heurtley Porcelain House

    $170.00

    Collect the first in a series of Wright buildings by Department 56. The Arthur Heurtley House is a prime example of the Prairie Style homes that first made Frank Lloyd Wright famous. Completed in 1902 in the Chicago suburb of Oak Park, Illinois, iconic features include the low pitched roof, broad eaves, and wide porches.
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