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  1. May Basket Wine Glass

    May Basket Wine Glass

    $30.00

    Wright's May Basket design (Liberty magazine,1927) is elegantly etched on this glassware .
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  2. Saguaro Double Old Fashion Glass

    Saguaro Double Old Fashion Glass

    $12.00

    Details from the Saguaro Forms design (Liberty magazine, 1927) wrap around this double old-fashioned glass tumbler.
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  3. Lake Geneva Cooler Glass

    Lake Geneva Cooler Glass

    $12.00

    This versatile glassware features Wright's elegant design from the Lake Geneva Hotel (Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, 1911). It holds up to 16 ounces and can be used for a wide variety of drink options.
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  4. Hagen House Stemless Wine Glass

    Hagen House Stemless Wine Glass

    Regular Price: $16.95

    Special Price: $12.99

    Available for a limited time to celebrate 150 years of Frank Lloyd Wright. This elegant wine glass makes a wonderful gift!
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  5. Taliesin Mug

    Taliesin Mug

    $15.00

    Make an impression with this elegant mug featuring Taliesin. Exclusive to Taliesin Bookstore!
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  6. Tree of Life Mug

    Tree of Life Mug

    $18.00

    Wright's Tree of Life art glass window design from the Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, NY (1903) is featured on this ceramic mug.
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  7. Saguaro Mug

    Saguaro Mug

    $18.00

    Wright's lively desert landscape abstraction from his presentation drawing for Liberty Magazine (1927) will brighten your mornings.
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  8. Coonley Mug

    Coonley Mug

    $18.00

    Wright's playful window designs from the Coonley Playhouse (Riverside, Illinois, 1911) on this mug will brighten your mornings.
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  9. Ennis House Coasters

    Ennis House Coasters

    $25.00

    This design is adapted from the Charles Ennis House, created by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1923. It is the last, largest, and most complex, of the four textile block houses, having 24 different block forms, battered walls, and art glass windows representing abstractions of wisteria.
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  10. Waterlilies Coasters

    Waterlilies Coasters

    $25.00

    This delicate stylized design of waterlilies, common in the tranquil ponds of the Midwest, is adapted from Frank Lloyd Wright's drawing "Waterlilies", which is thought to be designed for an art glass screen in 1895 but never produced.
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