Lot 128 View Catalog
Frank Lloyd Wright coffee table from the Auldbrass Plantation, Yemassee
USA, c. 1939
52 w x 51 d x 18.5 h inches
Auldbrass plantation, home of Leigh Stevens, was one of Frank Lloyd Wright's first Usonian structures. This table was designed in cypress - the same material as the house - to be fabricated by the carpenters on site. Drawings for the house and its furnishings are located at the Taliesin Archives.
Literature: Modern Architecture and the Plantation Nostalgia of the 1930s: Mepkin and Wright's 'Auldbrass Plantation', Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, XXXIV (D1975), pg. 318
Provenance: Leigh Stevens, Yemassee, SC | Private collection, Chicago
27.5% up to 50,000
22.5% up to 100,000
14.5% above 100,001
|Estimate||$20,000 – $30,000|
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