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  1. Armchair Earrings - Blue

    Armchair Earrings - Blue

    $30.00

    These delicate earrings were inspired by Harry Bertoia's Diamond armchair, first manufactured in 1952.
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  2. Coonley Playhouse Earrings

    Coonley Playhouse Earrings

    $99.00

    Wright's colorful design for the Coonley Playhouse (Riverside, IL, 1912) is the inspiration for these earrings.
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  3. Old Fashioned Window Earrings

    Old Fashioned Window Earrings

    $36.00

    Inspired by Wright's "Old Fashion Window" (Liberty Cover, 1927).
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  4. Saguaro Forms Earrings

    Saguaro Forms Earrings

    $36.00

    Inspired by Wright's "Saguaro Forms and Cactus Flowers" (Liberty Cover, 1927)
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  5. May Basket Earrings

    May Basket Earrings

    $42.00

    Inspired by Wright's "The May Basket" (Liberty Magazine, 1927).
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  6. Lake Geneva Earrings

    Lake Geneva Earrings

    $85.00

    Adapted from the stylized tulip windows of the Lake Geneva Hotel (Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, 1911).
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  7. Coonley Tulip Earrings

    Coonley Tulip Earrings

    $65.00

    Adapted from the decorative tulip designed tile frieze in the Avery Coonley House (Riverside, IL, 1907).
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  8. Luxfer Prism Earrings

    Luxfer Prism Earrings

    $115.00

    Wright's Luxfer Prism design is beautifully laser cut into maple and hand sanded in these light weight and easy to wear earrings.
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  9. May Rug Earrings - Red

    May Rug Earrings - Red

    $30.00

    These earrings are inspired by a detail in the rug designs of George Niedecken who worked with Frank Lloyd Wright to decorate the Meyer May House (Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1908).
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  10. Elmslie Detail Earrings - Blue

    Elmslie Detail Earrings - Blue

    $30.00

    These earrings were inspired by the leaded glass windows in the out buildings of Henry B. Babson’s estate. Designed by Purcell and Elmslie, these low red-brown brick buildings are fine examples of the Prairie Style with broad over-hanging gable roofs, terraces and gardens that extend out to the surrounding prairie landscape.
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