Barton House Buffet Door Window
Wright was commissioned by Darwin D. Martin to design the Barton House for his sister and her husband. The Prairie style home, built on the northeast corner of the Martin House lot, displays continuity, complexity, and refinement in its art glass patterns. This product design was adapted from the art glass doors of the dining room's large, built-in-buffet. The design of the buffet doors and art glass windows in the home are interrelated through Wright's use of cascading chevrons, squares, and rectangles creating a woven matrix.
14"H x 4.5"W x 0.625"D
— Includes Wooden Stand
— Glass Can Be Removed From Stand
— Includes Hanging Chain To Hang Glass Without Stand
You can try to mount it horizontally, but the hooks are on the top portion of the piece.
Shipping Availability— USA
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