• The panel includes a copper patinated frame, gorgeous wooden base stand, and matching chain for hanging.
• Fireplaces are a prominent feature of Frank Lloyd Wright’s residential projects—the symbolic heart of the home. Yet only a few of Wright’s fireplaces ever incorporated mosaic as a design element, and only one at the Darwin D. Martin House transforms tens of thousands of individual glass tiles to create a signature, 360-degree work of art. For the Darwin D. Martin House in Buffalo, New York (1904), Wright designed a magnificent mosaic fireplace. Destroyed over time by the elements and thieves, it was meticulously re-created as part of a $50 million restoration.
• This is an Ebros exclusive collection. Props and coke can in photos are not included with the item. They are meant to provide size perspective of the item.
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