This stunning Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House Hardwood Triple Floor Screen has been precision laser-cut and comes with a walnut veneer finish with a 0.75" solid walnut moulding. Each panel measures 74" high x 17" wide x 0.5" deep. This wood floor screen is inspired by an art glass window in the Darwin D. Martin House (Buffalo, New York, 1903-05).
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The Frank Lloyd Wright Blossom House Hardwood Trivet design is adapted from the patterned art glass used for the entry sidelights in the George Blossom House (Chicago, Illinois, 1892). Precision laser cut wood for quality of finish and design accuracy. Comes with sawtooth hanger for (optional) wall display. : 7.75" x 7.75" x .5".
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