Arts and Crafts Period Prairie School Table attributed to Frank Lloyd Wright

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Arts and Crafts Period Prairie School Table attributed to Frank Lloyd Wright

18,000.00

A beautiful Arts and Crafts period Prairie School dining or library table, attributed to Frank Lloyd Wright, in sycamore (?), of square form, the frieze with characteristic horizontal, Japanese-inspired carved decoration, over four square section legs joined by upper and lower cross stretchers. We love the early modern quality of this table which is extremely solid, beautifully made and both sculptural and highly functional. With its beautiful lines, this table would make an excellent center table or dining table that comfortably eats 8. Provenance: Christie's, New York to a private Massachusetts collection since approximately 1990. American, circa 1910.

Height:  30 1/4"    Width: 47 1/2"     Depth: 48"

$18,000

 

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