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        Yawagiwa has been granted exclusive rights to produce these authorized reproductions by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation.  Each fixture is individually tagged and bears its own serial Production number as a further guarantee of authenticity.  A portion of the sales of this product supports the conservation and education programs of the Foundation.  This Frank Lloyd Wright Collection product is authorized by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, Taliesin West, Scottsdale, Arizona and has been developed with the cooperation of the Dana-Thomas House in Springfield Illinois.  The Dana-Thomas House is administered by the Illinois Historic Preservation Agency.

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Robie 2- Wall Sconce
The fittings for the Fredrick Robie House (Chicago 1906) stand within the most elegant expression of Wright's Prairie House. These substantial bronze sconces, utilized throughout the public spaces of the house, continue the globe vocabulary introduced in the living room fixtures, here modified to a half sphere.
    
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Robie 1- Wall Sconce
These living room sconces, glass globes held within square frames of wood, form a procession along both sides of the Fredrick Robie House.  The globes are skillfully suspended in the frames by open, sculpted blocks, giving a sense of lightness-weightlessness-to the fixture.
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Sumac 1-Suspended Lamp
These suspended lamps in the dining room of  the Dana-Thomas House, (Springfield, IL, 1902) were derived from the shapes of luxuriant butterfly wings.
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Sumac 2 -Single Pedestal Table Lamp
The wall sconces and table lamps for the Dana-Thomas House were designs created as pure geometric abstractions. 

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Midway Table Lamp
Midway Gardens (Chicago, 1913) became a fashionable place for dining and dancing out of doors on Chicago's South Side upon its completion in June of 1914.  Wright envisioned an almost magical setting of architecture, furniture, sculpture, murals, tableware, and lighting-all designed specifically for the project.
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Sumac 3-Double Pedestal Table Lamp
A table lamp designed for the Dana-Thomas House in 1902. The Straight lined patterns of this line were easily adaptable to the glass maker's craft.
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Sumac 4 -Wall Sconce
A wall sconce created for the Dana-Thomas House, whether casting light upon the table or into  the room, the lighting  in this line radiate deep autumnal shades of color, creating a warm glow within the interior of the building.

$1,800 + shipping
 
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Sumac 5-Table Lamp
Another in the series built for the Dana-Thomas House in 1902, following the geometric structures of the table lamps and sconces built for the house.

$1,400 + shipping
 
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