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ALBERT ADELMAN HOUSE (1948 - S.308)
   
Date: 1948

Title: Albert Adelman House (1948), Fox Point, Wisconsin.

   
Date: 1948

Title: Original 1948 Frank Lloyd Wright design board and vintage fabrics for the Albert Adelman House (1948), Fox Point, WI. 

Description: Woven by Robert Sailor, the renowned American weaver who trained at the Cranbrook Academy, Bloomfield Hills, MI.  Design board 16 x 20". Textile pieces have original tags.  Robert L. Jacobson was successor to George M. Niedecken.  Niedecken was Wright’’s interior designer and decorator on many of his most famous commissions including the Dana House (1902), Coonley House (1908), Robie House (1909). Board and four pieces of material.

Size: 1) "Multi-stripes", 55 x 198". 2) "Handweave", 40" x 90" 3) Drapery fabric, "Plain", 48" x 54. 4) "Multi-color Texture", 52" x 52". 

S#: 0746.02.1104

   
Photo 1 Photo 2
   
Photo 3 Photo 4
   
Title: Multi-stripes

Description: 1) "Multi-stripes".  Tag: #10367 Multi Stripe, Green, Blue, Red & Yellow.

Size: 55 x 198"

   
Title: Handweave

Description: 2) "Handweave". Tag: 1949/Sailor. 

Size: 40" x 90"

   
Title: Drapery fabric

Description: 3) Drapery fabric, "Plain". Tag: Jacobson Interiors tag.  Adelman plain drapery.

Size: 48" x 54

   
Title: Multi-color

Description: 4) "Multi-color Texture". Tag: Adelman Residence.  Multi-Color Texture BL-5653-6048

Size: 52" x 52"

   
   
   
TIES
   
Date: 1997

Title:
Boxelder "Liberty Magazine" Ties, 1997.

Description:
"Frank Lloyd Wright, May Basket, Liberty Magazine Design, 1926. Made in Italy. Boxelder, Milwaukee. 100% Silk." Adapted from the cover of Liberty Magazine, designed by Wright in 1926, but never published on the cover of the magazine. Boxelder was established in 1989 to manufacture and sell M. C. Escher licensed silk neckties. Upon their success they added the Frank Lloyd Wright collection. Original retail value $37.50.

Size:
56" long x 3.75" wide.


ST#:
1997.70.0416
   
Date: 1997

Title:
Boxelder "Windows" Ties, 1997.

Description:
"Inspired by a design of Frank Lloyd Wright, Certified by The
Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. ‘Tree of Life’ Window. Darwin D. Martin House 1904. Made in Italy. Boxelder, Milwaukee. 100% Silk." Inspired by the windows of the Martin House. Boxelder was established in 1989 to manufacture and sell M. C. Escher licensed silk neckties. Upon their success they added the Frank Lloyd Wright collection.  Original retail value $37.50.

Size:
58" long x 3.75" wide.


ST#:
1997.71.0600
   
Date: 1997

Title:
Frank Lloyd Wright Design Ties, C 1997.

Description:
Inspired by a design of Frank Lloyd Wright, Certified by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Adaptation of the Robie House Sconce. Square, circle, crossed arrow. Tag: "Made in Italy. 100% Silk." Label: "A Frank Lloyd Wright Collection Product. Frank Lloyd Wright (signature). Authorized by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation."

Size:
58" long x 3.75" wide.


ST#:
1997.75.1116
   
Date: 2006

Title:
Boxelder "Windows" Ties, Circa 2006. 

Description:
Confetti, Coonley Playhouse, 1912. Coonley WWC24. "Inspired by a design of Frank Lloyd Wright. Certified by the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Made in Italy. Boxelder, Milwaukee. 100% Silk." Boxelder was established in 1989 to manufacture and sell M. C. Escher licensed silk neckties. Upon their success they added the Frank Lloyd Wright collection.  Original retail value $40.00.

Size:
58" long x 3.8" wide.

ST#:
2006.55.0416
   
Date: 2006

Title: Boxelder "Windows" Tie Fabric Samples, 2006.

Description: Boxelder was established in 1989 to manufacture and sell M. C. Escher licensed silk neckties. Upon their success they added the Frank Lloyd Wright collection. This ten sample set includes: Coonley WWC24, 48, 87; Robie House WWJ38, 42, 84; and the Oak Park Studio WW512, 538, 584, 597. Manufactured by the Boxeler Company, Milwaukee, Wisc.

Size: 3.25 x 8 Each

ST#: 2006.36.1111
Coonley WWC24, 48, 87 Robie House WWJ38, 42, 84
   
 
Oak Park Studio WW512, 538, 584, 597  

   
   
   
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