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Present Time Clocks
The Grove Park clock is one of Jim Dailey’s Bridge Series designs, with a copper face made by artist James Mattson. Featuring a rook top with four columns extending beyond the finished top, it’s 20" tall x 16" wide x 6" deep.

Anne Ryan Miller Glass Studio
“Daisies in an Arts & Crafts Style” is a custom table lamp with metal overlay on art glass. Measuring 16" wide x 17" high, it’s mounted on a hand-turned poplar vase by Max Monts.

The Bungalow Craft
Julie Leidel’s Trail Ridge Road print from the Rocky Mountain National Park series is available as giclée print or as a larger art canvas print, with or without a quarter-sawn oak frame.

Appliqué Artistry
Wende Cragg stitches and appliqués exquisite pillows, wall panels, and table runners that lean toward Art Nouveau and Arts & Crafts in silks, dupioni, velvets, and other luxurious fabrics. All works made to order.

Odd Inq
Artist Jonathan White is known for quirky turns on Gruebyesque pottery and for his unexpected architectural sculptures. The hand-thrown and -carved, buttressed vase with leaves and reeds measures 11" high x 6" wide.

Arts & Crafts Press
Koi swim in and out of the frame in Waterlilies, a triptych from artist Yoshiko Yamamoto. Each of the 19 colors is hand-carved in linoleum and photopolymer plates, then printed on acid-free, all-cotton paper. Framed, it measures 20¾” x 41”.

Door Pottery
A team of talented artisans creates handmade, limited edition pottery. Five vases shown in the North Lights Green faience glaze include Prairie Globe, Nouveau Arch, Serenity, and Prairie Whisper. Tallest: 10”. Faience glazes are not water-tight.

Laura Wilder Artwork
The Roycroft Renaissance Master Artisan is known for her hand-carved block prints evocative of Arts & Crafts period artwork. “Fern,” with a quote from Frank Lloyd Wright, is a limited edition block print. It’s available for with an oak frame.

Fair Oak Workshops
Mimbreño is a historic dinnerware pattern inspired by the pottery art of the ancient Mimbres Valley tribes of New Mexico. Originally commissioned by the Santa Fe Railroad, it’s been recently reintroduced by H.F. Coors.

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