The greeting cards in this set reproduce tea room wall decorations created by Mackintosh and his wife, Margaret Macdonald. The back of each greeting card also has a traditional tea room recipe (scones, oatcakes, pancakes, perkins and shortbread) from Perilla Kinchen's book, "Taking Tea with Mackintosh: The Story of Miss Cranston's Tea Rooms." The decorative boxed set contains 20 notecards (five each of four designs), blank inside, measuring 5" x 7" with 20 envelopes. The reproductions are of " O Ye, All Ye That Walk in Willowwood" and "The May Queen" by Margaret Macdonald, and "Part Seen, Imagined Part" and two details from "The Wassail" by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. © Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries, Glasgow.
The three designs included in this Frank Lloyd Wright Christmas Tree Ornament Gift Set are: Robie House - Adapted from the art glass window in the living room of the Frederick C. Robie house, Chicago, Illinois (1908); Thomas House - Adapted from the library window of the Frank W. Thomas House, Oak Park Illinois (1901); Dana House - Adapted from...
The three designs included in this Frank Lloyd Wright Christmas Tree Ornament Gift Set are: Hollyhock - Derived from a design detail of a dining room chair back in the Hollyhock House, or Aline Barnsdall House, Los Angeles, California (1916-1921); Chauncy Williams - Adapted from the detail of a light screen used in the Chauncy Williams House in River Forest,...
Frank Lloyd Wright Luxfer ChristmasTree Topper is adapted from a glass block that Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the American Luxfer Prism Company (circa 1893). This stunning tree topper is crafted in silver plate with an anti-tarnish coating and comes gift boxed. Ht:8.5". W:5.5".
Frank Lloyd Wright Dana Skylight Tree Topper is adapted from the Wright arched glass skylight in the entryway of the Susan Lawrence Dana House, Springfield, Illinois (1902-1904). This stunning tree topper is crafted in silver plate with an anti-tarnish coating and comes gift boxed. Ht: 8.5". W: 5.5".