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Frank Lloyd Wright® Furniture by Copeland Taliesin Barrel Chair

Copeland Furniture

Taliesin Barrel Chair: Originally designed in 1903 for the Darwin D. Martin House, Wright re-designed the chair in 1937 for the Herbert F. Johnson House, “Wingspread”, in Racine, Wisconsin. Around that time, Barrel Chairs were also made for Mr. Wright’s own house, Taliesin, in Spring Green, Wisconsin. Copeland Furniture holds the exclusive license to build the furniture designs of Frank Lloyd Wright.

Contemporary Occasional Chair from Copeland Furniture, Model: 6-TAL-10-03
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Model: 6-TAL-10-03

General Style: Contemporary

Specific Style: Arts and Crafts, Prairie

Essential Properties: Environmentally Green, Reproduction

Material: Cherry, Hardwood, Wood

Color / Finish: Lacquer, Natural, Protective Finish

Cover: Tight

Cushion: Dacron, Foam

Arm Style: Curved Arm

Back Style: Barrel Back

Construction: Double-doweled, Glued, Hardwood Frame, Mortise & Tenon Joinery

Seat Style: Upholstered Seat

Dimensions: 33" Chair Height x 23" dia.

Stain: Light (Also available in Dark)

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