The design for this Frank Lloyd Wright scarf is adapted from the seasonally inspired graphic drawing that Wright created for the January cover of Liberty Magazine. It depicts icicles on a frozen branch. Although Liberty Magazine commissioned Frank Lloyd Wright in 1926-1927 to design a series of cover designs, the editors thought them to be too "radical" and they were never used. Made in India. 100% Polyester. Dry-clean only. Length: 80”. Width: 21”.
A new version of this popular silk scarf design with delicate alternating satin and sheer stripes. The graceful geometric pattern on the Frank Lloyd Wright Waterlilies Silk Scarf, depicting flowers and lily pads floating in a tranquil pool, is adapted from an unrealized leaded glass window designed by Wright circa 1893-95. A perfect gift. 100% Silk. Size: 55" x 12"....
This Frank Lloyd Wright design scarf is adapted from a rug titled, “Design No. 13”, found in the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo, Japan. This design was inspired by the geometric details found in many Oya carvings, something Wright reflected throughout the hotel. 100% silk. Dry-clean only. Length: 60”. Width: 10”.
This vibrant Frank Lloyd Wright design silk scarf is adapted from the "balloon and confetti" motif found in the art glass windows of the Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, Illinois, 1912. 100% silk crepe. The perfect gift. Length:60". Width:11.5".
This Frank Lloyd Wright scarf features a lively abstraction of the desert landscape originally created along with several other illustrations for the cover of Liberty magazine. 100% silk. Dry-clean only. Length: 58’’. Width: 11.5’’.