I just finished another Prairie Lantern similar to this one I delivered to Dr. Paul Wolochin
in Seattle. It is inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright and his interest in Japanese Tea Houses and
the low hip roof he favored on his Prairie Style houses in the Midwest..
This is the newest Hillside Lamp, 36" tall with six sockets, a 9.5" mahogany base, and seven
shades..All parts can be taken off the stem for changing bulbs and cleaning or finishing..The
price is $400 including shipping..It is inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright..
This reading lamp is a tribute to my old friend Ned Grant,
who left his old wooden hockey sticks to me when he
moved to Utah this past summer..We go back a long way..
as kids going to Harvard football games, Nobles-SG hockey
UVM-H hockey, teacher friends at MMU for many years..
This is a Hillside Lamp, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright..It has eight boxes with 7 watt bulbs in each made from Black Walnut..It also has nine shades made from Cherry and a Mahogany base..It stands about 48" tall and 11" square.. It also has some curly maple on the edges of the base..I am selling it for $700 which includes shipping..Contact me at email@example.com.
This lamp was inspired by a dining table fixture designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Dana-Thomas House in Springfield, Illinois..The house was completed between 1902-1904..He also
designed more than 100 pieces of white oak furniture and 250 art glass doors, windows, and light
panels. It is a state historic sight..
This Taliesin Desk Lamp is mostly Black Walnut with Cottonwood splines and parts on the base. The original was designed in 1925 by Frank Lloyd Wright for his home in Wisconsin. The height is 23"and the base is 9" square.