Frank Lloyd Wright Wall Sconce

December 25th, 2009 by

Randy Price of Illinois sent in these photos and the following explanation:

This is a sconce I built based on a design by Frank Lloyd Wright for the Francis W. Little residence in Wayzata, MN. The house has been demolished but the living room containing four of the sconces exists in the The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

My version is made of walnut with rice paper shades and is 32” tall and 7” wide

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2 Responses to “Frank Lloyd Wright Wall Sconce”

  1. I’ve made some lights inspired by FLW..I enjoyed your submission

  2. Betty says:

    Would you be interested in making two more? How much would you charge? Can you make it so that they can be hard-wired into the wall?

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