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rare museum-quality 19th century original exterior francis apartments building string course ornamental buff-colored baked terra cotta panel or block

rare museum-quality 19th century original exterior francis apartments building string course ornamental buff-colored baked terra cotta panel or block

rare museum-quality 19th century original exterior francis apartments building string course ornamental buff-colored baked terra cotta panel...

rare museum-quality 19th century original exterior francis apartments building string course ornamental buff-colored baked terra cotta panel...

Original buff-colored vitreous ornamental terra cotta exterior string course panel salvaged from the (non-extant) Francis  Apartments  in 1971. The South Side Chicago Francis is one of two middle-income housing projects executed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Chicago in 1895.  The intricately detailed and strongly geometric design features overlapping circles containing highly stylized and naturalistic floral ornament heavily influenced by his mentor Louis Sullivan.  | ...

Original buff-colored vitreous ornamental terra cotta exterior string course panel salvaged from the (non-extant) Francis Apartments in 1971. The South Side Chicago Francis is one of two middle-income housing projects executed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright in Chicago in 1895. The intricately detailed and strongly geometric design features overlapping circles containing highly stylized and naturalistic floral ornament heavily influenced by his mentor Louis Sullivan. | ...

rare museum-quality 19th century original exterior francis apartments building string course ornamental buff-colored baked terra cotta panel or block

rare museum-quality 19th century original exterior francis apartments building string course ornamental buff-colored baked terra cotta panel or block

a complete two-section late 19th century exterior schiller or garrick theater building wrightesque terra cotta colonnade panel with darkened patina

a complete two-section late 19th century exterior schiller or garrick theater building wrightesque terra cotta colonnade panel with darkened patina

Two matching double-sided late 19th century original and unrestored historically-important Schiller Building exterior façade window colonette blocks with striking geometric design. #schiller #building #façade #geometric #block #exterior

Two matching double-sided late 19th century original and unrestored historically-important Schiller Building exterior façade window colonette blocks with striking geometric design. #schiller #building #façade #geometric #block #exterior

Click on the image above to view larger  original 19th century american hand carved ornamental limestone exterior building finial - bedford stone co., bedford, in. - See more at: http://www.urbanremainschicago.com/products/architectural/exterior-building-elements/original-19th-century-american-hand-carved-ornamental-limestone-exterior-building-finial.html#sthash.1AYsvgUC.dpuf

Click on the image above to view larger original 19th century american hand carved ornamental limestone exterior building finial - bedford stone co., bedford, in. - See more at: http://www.urbanremainschicago.com/products/architectural/exterior-building-elements/original-19th-century-american-hand-carved-ornamental-limestone-exterior-building-finial.html#sthash.1AYsvgUC.dpuf

Matching set of completely unrestored original 19th century Schiller Building exterior blackened reconfigured terra cotta window colonette panels with a "wrightesque" design motif - adler & sullivan, architects, chicago, il.

Matching set of completely unrestored original 19th century Schiller Building exterior blackened reconfigured terra cotta window colonette panels with a "wrightesque" design motif - adler & sullivan, architects, chicago, il.

original c. 1899 ornamental cast iron interior staircase baluster or panel, removed from the schlesinger & meyer (carson, pirie, scott building) during renovations necessitated by more stringent building codes. the exceptional and historically important d

original c. 1899 ornamental cast iron interior staircase baluster or panel, removed from the schlesinger & meyer (carson, pirie, scott building) during renovations necessitated by more stringent building codes. the exceptional and historically important d

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