This Tiffany Wisteria Cloisonné Blown Glass Ornament borrows the cascading wisteria framing the idyllic View of Oyster Bay (ca. 1908). Louis C. Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) designed this leaded glass window to decorate the Manhattan residence of silk manufacturer William C. Skinner, whose family home in Massachusetts was named Wistariahurst. However, the window's picturesque view assumed an association with Oyster Bay for its similarity to the vistas off the north shore of Long Island, where the Gilded Age visionary had recently built a country estate. Each ornament measures 3" in diameter with a coordinated gold mesh ribbon attached for hanging, and comes in a padded decorative box. Care instructions: clean with soft dry cloth.
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 with an anti-tarnish palladium 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 with an anti-tarnish palladium coating and comes gift boxed. Ht: 8.5". W: 5.5".
The Frank Lloyd Wright Dana Sumac WrightSicle design is adapted from an art glass dining room window from the Susan Lawrence Dana House (Springfield, Illinois, 1904). The ornament is crafted with an anti-tarnish palladium coating, gift boxed and comes with a design history card. The wright-sicle ornament is 4" in length. Made in the USA.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Martin House Tree of Life Christmas tree ornament WrightSicle gift ornament is crafted with an anti-tarnish palladium coating. The ornament is gift boxed and comes with a design history card. The Wrightsicle ornament is 4" in length. Made in the USA.