The Frank Lloyd Wright Harley Bradley Clock is based on a window detail in the B. Harley Bradley House. The B. Harley Bradley House is a handsome two story home with a variety of unique and beautiful leaded glass windows designed by Wright early in his career. The elongated geometric patterns designed for the B. Harley Bradley House are some of the most sophisticated designs he ever created. A brass finished rod pendulum swings behind the lower glass panel. This smaller scale chiming design has a bent wood curved top and a full base with a maple veneer that is stained in an ebony finish. The triple chime plays a choice of "Westminster", "Ave Maria" or "Bim-Bam" strike on the hour. Westminster chime can also play progressively each quarter hour. Automatic night shut off available. Dimensions: Ht: 18.5” W: 7.5” D:4.25”. From the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection by Bulova.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Willits Table Clock is based on an art glass design from the Wright Prairie style masterpiece Ward H. Willits House, Highland Park, Illinois. Quartz movement. : H: 7.25" W: 6.5" D: 2". Uses one "AA" battery (not included). This clock from the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection is made by Bulova.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Glasner House clock is adapted from the art glass window in the living room of the W. A. Glasner House, Glencoe, Illinois, circa 1905. Mineral glass panel. Solid wood base, light cherry stain. Clear protective lens. This Bulova clock is from the Frank Lloyd Wright Collection of merchandise officially licensed by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation....
The Frank Lloyd Wright Luxfer Prism Wall Clock is based on his designed and patented series of forty-five prisms in clear glass tiles for the Luxfer Prism Company. Wright designed The Luxfer Prisms Office Building in Buffalo, New York, 1896-97, with the front and rear walls of the building made entirely of Luxfer Prism tiles. This clock incorporates two of the Luxfer Prism designs, including the flower design that...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Waterlilies Bluetooth Mantel Clock features a delicate stylized glass design of waterlilies adapted from Frank Lloyd Wright's drawing "Waterlilies", as an unrealized art glass screen created in 1895. This design epitomizes Wright's ability to incorporate themes from nature into his geometric designs and exemplifies his philosophy of "organic architecture", connecting the natural world with his architecture as well as his decorative designs. Weathered...