The Sullivan Stock Exchange Bead Earrings are based on a portion of the painted decoration done in 1893-94 by Louis Sullivan for the Chicago Stock Exchange’s Trading Room. Sullivan designed a multi-colored wall stencil decoration that covered the top portion of the walls and selected areas of the ceiling. The Chicago Stock Exchange building was designed in the Prairie School/Modernist styles of the architect Louis Sullivan and his associate, George Grant Elmslie. Tarnish resistant silver plated finish on brass with pale blue accent and translucent sapphire blue bead. Hypoallergenic posts for pierced ears. Made in the USA. Gift boxed with descriptive insert. Length: 1.50”.
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie school are the inspiration for these Prairie Window Earrings from the Studio Line by Danforth Pewter. This jewelry line is crafted in lead free pewter alloy with a hand applied color palette of greens and blues. Surgical stainless steel wires. Ht: 2.25" from top of ear wire to bottom of earring. Gift Boxed. These pieces are all handcrafted in Vermont.
The art glass designs of Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie school are the inspiration for this Prairie Window Pendant Necklace from the Studio Jewelry Line by Danforth Pewter. This necklace is crafted in lead free pewter alloy with a hand applied color palette of greens and blues. Length: 1.5". The pendant comes with a 17" sterling silver snake chain with a lobster claw clasp....
The Frank Lloyd Wright Chevron Green Enamel Earrings are inspired by stained glass in the Walser House. During Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie school period many variations of chevron designs are found. From the very palatial Dana House to the more modest residences built for J.J. Walser Jr and George Barton. Tarnish resistant electro-plated hematite finish on brass with green enamel...
The Frank Lloyd Wright April Showers Earrings were inspired by the "April Showers" design sent to Liberty Magazine. It was considered too avant-garde and rejected. In this design, Wright's masterful use of the tools of his trade: a t-square, triangle, compass, colored pencils, created enduring art that captures the essence of spring. Electro-plated tarnish resistant silver finish on solid brass with red...